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Monday to Friday between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.* There is no admission fee.

  

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

 

 
     
Gregg Gallery
The 26th Annual National Arts Club Roundtable Exhibition

June 5 - July 1


Opening Reception:
Tuesday, June 6, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

This annual exhibition brings together established and emerging artists, offering them an opportunity to share their aesthetic explorations and latest accomplishments. The works encompass a variety of genres, materials, and media and are sure to impose an inspiring installation.

       
     
Trask Gallery
Photo exhibition "Divertissements: From Anna Pavlova to Svetlana Zakharova”
Stars of Russian ballet from the archives of TASS.

June 19 - July 1


The photo exhibition Divertissements: From Anna Pavlova to Svetlana Zakharova presents a unique collection of archival photographs, featuring leading Soviet and Russian ballet dancers from early XX century until today: Anna Pavlova, Vaslav Nijinsky, Galina Ulanova, Maya Plisetskaya, Yury Grigorovich, Svetlana Zakharova, Alexei Ratmansky, Ulyana Lopatkina, Nikolay Tsiskaridze, Diana Vishneva, and others.
   TASS historic photographs capture the work and legacy of the renowned dancers during their long, tireless rehearsals, live performances, and moments of triumph.

The exhibition is exclusively showcased at the National Arts Club as part of the 15th Annual Russian Heritage Month®, presented by the Russian American Foundation in collaboration with the New York Post.


Pictured: Maya Plisetskaya, Bolshoi Ballet principal dancer, performing for her Special Evening. Photo: TASS / Alexander Konkov

       
     
Grand + Marquis Galleries
Ella Kogan: Searching for the Soul
Bronze Sculpture Retrospective

June 19 - July 2

Ella Kogan, born in Russia to renowned painter Leonid Kogan (whose works are part of Russia’s most esteemed collection of fine art at the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg), has been an artist since childhood. Early on, her father noticed her natural gift for music and singing. Her academic background in classical piano and multicultural exposure have lead Kogan to develop a unique philosophy and technique behind her artwork. Her fascination with sculpture as a means of artistic expressions revealed itself as a fluke of fate. Ella happened to be helping her son with a homework assignment, and suddenly discovered an instant love for working with clay, a relationship that continues to produce powerful, provocative results. She often attributes her inspiration to everyday observations, her criticism of politically correct demeanor and often, to images of faces that appear in her mind. Ella’s sculptures are a deep reflection of her impassioned visions and her commentary on societal conventions.  
   Kogan has exhibited her works in multiple solo and group exhibitions, including New York’s International Art Festival, the Museum of Russian Art and a three-year showing at the Locatoile Gallery in Paris, France.  Her sculptures can be found in private collections in the United States and abroad.
   Ella Kogan lives in New Jersey, where she also has her art studio. In 2016, Ella Kogan’s art was featured at Rogue Space gallery in Chelsea, and this spring she will present a series of her recent works at the ARTEXPO New York 2017.

       
     
Grand Gallery
Alexander Solotzew: Life in Colors

June 26 - July 16


Opening Reception:
Wednesday, June 28, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

The exuberant colors, poetic sensitivity and endless passion for life are the distinctive elements of Alexander Solotzew’s paintings. The fairy imagination saturates his art with bursting vitality and multi-layered mystery.
   Life in Colors
features artist’s most recent works, influenced by Alexander’s journeys across the world, where each culture and tradition finds their reflection through the eyes of the Artist.
   Born in Kenigsberg (now Kaliningrad), Russia, he emigrated to Germany in 1981, and now resides in the United States. His works can be found in private collections and museums around the world including: USA, Germany, Italy, France, Switzerland, Netherlands, Canada, Russia and Costa Rica.

Showcased at The National Arts Club as part of the 15th Annual Russian Heritage Month®, Life in Colors celebrates a boundless artistic globalization and vibrant diversity of cultural traditions.


Pictured: Dream of Venice, 2017, Oil on Canvas

       
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