Art Roundup – June 2014

We’re smack in the middle of the Year of Russia in the UK and there is much to anticipate for the next half year. A massive Malevich retrospective at the Tate Modern, an exhibition of avant-garde theatre design at the Victoria & Albert, a look at the famous Jack of Diamonds at the Courtauld. I’m beside myself.

But before all that, we have June to get through. So what’s happening around the planet?

Cubist still life, by Liviu Hâncu.

Cubist still life, by Liviu Hancu.

  • In Chicago‘s Ukrainian National Museum, an exhibition of the works of Roman Vovk continues till June 14, 2014. Dammit, I had no idea of the existence of this museum when I lived in Chicago years ago. Dammit.
  • A personal exhibition of the works of Liviu Hâncu, a Moldovan artist, runs till June 8, 2014, at the Constantin Brancusi gallery in Chișinău, Moldova.
  • In the Riga Art Space, En Vogue, a display of Latvian and Siberian contemporary art starts June 13, 2014, and continues till August 2014 in Riga, Latvia.
  • On the Internet is the Carlos Reid Gallery where you can find, among others, the works of Alexander Ilichev.
  • And, finally, New York‘s Gallery Shchukin holds an exhibition of the works of the Dagestan-born artist and sculptor Aladdin Garunov till June 30, 2014.
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