The majority of presented galleries are from Russian capital. Foreign galleries are also expected, including Albert Benamou Gallery from
This year, the highlight is on video art.
``A new generation of Russian collectors is emerging,'' said Natalia Kolodzei, director of Kolodzei Art Foundation, a U.S.-based collection of post-1950s Russian art, with 7,000 works. ``Classical Russian art is too expensive; the avant-garde is too difficult to authenticate; and they realize contemporary art will one day be worth something and is a good investment.''
Most of the art on display will be Russian, including works by the AES group, Andrey Monastyrskiy, Olga Chernysheva, Oleg Kulik, Dmitriy Gutov and the Radek group, Vladislav Mamyshev- Monro, David Ter-Oganyan, Tatyana Dober and Vadim Zakharov, Bloomberg reports.
The troops of the Southern and Western military districts will begin to return from Russia's southern borders to the points of their permanent deployment starting April 23