The Russians are coming?

Valery Yershov

Russians take Hoboken!

Russian Pavilion and Barsky Gallery present “9,” an extraordinary group exhibition featuring paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, photography, and video installations by nine Russian artists.  The Russian Art Pavilion is an exhibition that showcases emerging and established artists from Russia, Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Baltic regions at leading international fairs of contemporary and modern art in USA, Europe, and Asia. Learn more about the Russian Art Pavilion at

The opening reception will be held at Barsky Gallery on Friday, November 7th from 7-10pm.   The exhibition, which runs until November 30th,  offers a diverse look into the current scope of the art world from the Eastern European perspective and the legacy it has left on our shared history. The artists range widely in age and region of origin, and cover several generations of Nonconformist and contemporary artists.

Ernst Neizvestny (1925)
Alexander Ney (1939)
Mihail Chemiakin (1943)
Sergey Dozhd (1965)
Valery Yershov (1960)
Ilya Levi (1980)
Igor Molochevsky (1978)
Artem Mirolevich (1976)
Nikolina Kovalenko (1987)

Friday, Nov 7th, 7 to 10pm
Artists will be present

Nov 7th – Nov 30th

Ilya Levi “Kapusta”

Artem Mirolevich

Barsky Gallery is a contemporary Art Gallery based in Hoboken, NJ, whose primary focus is to present highly-curated works to a mature audience. The gallery exhibits an eclectic collection of artists who are defining the direction of contemporary art, from decorative works to large-scale installations and investment art.

49 Harrison Street  |  Hoboken, NJ 07030  |  888.465.4949
Gallery Hours: Wed – Sun  |  11am – 6pm or by appointment

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