We are delighted to welcome Willem Jan Renders, who became RARP Trustee this year. Since 1996 Willem Jan works in the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven, first as head of Communications and then as head of Education. Since 2013 he works there as curator Russian Art. We are looking forward to
We are pleased to present you the findings from Art Analysis & Research (AAR) and Museum Ludwig Conservation and Archives team on the analysis of 14 artworks of two Russian avant-garde artists – Natalia Goncharova and Mikhail Larionov. In 2017 we awarded a grant to Art Analysis & Research (AAR) to work
We are delighted to support this ground-breaking project, which is a collaboration between the leading scientific art analysis firm Art Analysis & Research and the Museum Ludwig. The Museum Ludwig has extraordinary holdings of the Russian avant garde; the museum’s fourteen paintings by Natalia Goncharova and Mikhail Larionov, dating from
RARP signed a partnership agreement with Tretyakov Gallery today that would lay the foundation for digitisation of Larionov and Goncharova archives from the Gallery’s collection. The archives of the leading Russian avant grade artists will be scanned, footnoted, and uploaded to a database that should be available to audiences around the world
One of the most important part of provenance checks are auction records that allow to trace back the ownership at different stages. At the moment very few of the auction records on Russian Avant Garde Art works for the period 1945-1980 are available online. RARP is pleased to announce that
We are pleased to announce that Russian Avant Garde Art Project is now registered as charitable company. We will be working to give out grants furthering the knowledge of the Russian avant garde art. Find out more about our Mission and Vision, and Grant Making Policy.