We organize art exhibitions all over the world.

  • We organize art exhibitions all over the world.

  • EXHIBITIONS

    We did over 300 exhibitions in more than 100 museums

  • SPREADING ART WORLDWIDE

    We carry out our activitiy in 11 countries

  • VISITORS

    Over million people already visited our projects since 1992

Exhibitions

Moscow, Russia

Dali & Picasso at the «Red October» gallery

February 28, 2019 - July 27, 2019

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The exhibition is taking place from February to July 2019  at «Red October» Gallery in Moscow.

The collection includes more than 250 authentic works: Dali’s and Picasso’s graphics, Pablo Picasso’s ceramics from the Madura pottery and famous dalinian bronze sculptures and ceramics.

An exclusive video about collection is shown at the exhibition space.

 

 

 

 

Moscow, Russia

«Eldorado. The Treasures of Native Americans» in Moscow

February 28, 2019 - June 23, 2019

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The treasures of ancient civilizations from the Foundation’s collection are presented at the «Red October» gallery in Moscow. The exhibition assembles cultural and historical heritage of 10 countries of North and South America: from Canada to Chili.  More than 150 authentic artefacts covering more than 3000 years of the American history are exhibited in the exhibition space.

Among the other objects of art, the Huichol yarn paintings made by notable huichol shaman-artist and chief José Benítez Sánchez, a red cedar totem pole from Northwest Coast carved by chief Calvin Hunt, an Aztec knife used for human sacrifices and the first Lamabyeque ruler’s diadem are shown at the exhibition.

 

 

Moscow, Russia

International street art competition

January 1, 2019 - April 24, 2019

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In January 2019, Foundation «Art of the Nations» had lanced an international street art competition for the Latin American artists. The competition had been a part of a big project dedicated to the Native American arts and cultures. During 3 weeks we received more than 70 sketches from 10 Latin American countries.

Farid Rueda, a Mexican artist with Aztec roots, has won this competition. He arrived in Russia to create his artwork at the exhibition space in Moscow.

His work represents an Eagle Warrior who died on the battlefield. Nevertheless, a warrior’s way was not finished and he transformed into a jaguar, a symbol which refers to the another elite Aztec military unit. A plot of the artwork is considered as a classic plot of Aztec art and art of Teotihuacan. This beautiful artwork in modern style was created in «Red October» gallery surrounded by the artefacts made by Farid’s ancestors some thousands years ago.