Geboren: Tretyakow, Tretyakov, Gallery, Moscow, Guggenheim, pioneer, modern art,feminism, Alexandra Exter, Natalija Gontscharowa, Liubow Popowa, Olga Rozanowa, Warwara Stepanowa, Nadezhda Udaltsowa, Exter, Goncharova, Popova, Rozanova, Stepanova, Udaltsova, Russia, Russian, constructivism, abstract, cubo-futurism, neo-primitivism, Amazons of the avant-garde, Avantgarde
Russia’s female avant-garde is returning home: The Tretyakow Gallery in Moscow shows until March, 28th, the exhibition “Amazons of the avant-garde”, which has been curated by the Solomon R. Guggenheim-Museum and which was previously to be seen Berlin, Venice, London and New York. Presented there are works by six pioneers of the modern art: Alexandra Exter, Natalija Gontscharowa, Liubow Popowa, Olga Rozanowa, Warwara Stepanowa and Nadeschta Udaltsowa. In the history of western had women never before played such an important role as in the times of the Russian revolution. The exhibition trails their radical and abstract creation of pictures by displaying the development of the modern Russian art from neo-primitivism and cubo-futurism up to suprematism and constructivism.