Gallery with Living Contemporary conception
V-Art gallery provides fans and collectors of contemporary art with full complex of services on creation of individual collection: picking up, consulting, logistics.
We help to avoid difficulties and mistakes that often occur with those who wants to purchase pieces of art; to barrier from low quality items and fakes. But what we really can afford people with good taste is the art that could and should be in one’s life and in modern house.
Of course we don’t make new discoveries; we just want good and first of all accessible art to be diverse.
V-Art gallery presents rare furniture and art objects of 1950-1970s made during the life of their creators. The names speak for themselves. The chairs made by great Vladimir Kagan – architect and designer whose works adorn expositions of the “Vitra Design Museum” and “MoMA” in San-Farancisco as well as “The Victoria & Albert Museum”. And laconic colorful lamps made by Dutch designer Verner Panton. There are some items in the gallery that were designed by the founder of “Dutch functionalism” and teacher of Verner Panton — Arne Jacobsen; and neat twisted like spider legs one hundred percent recognizable lamps by Serge Mouille.; metal constructions of Jean Prouve, the father of high-tech; “light” chairs and “self-illuminating” objects of Gio Ponti, architech and designer, author of the Pirelli Tower and creator of the “wall-furniture”. These things have history within! They not only bring life to interior but also have investment prospect.
A collection of V-Art gallery includes a lot of names significant to the world. Here you can find “chubby” works of outstanding Columbian painter and sculptor Fernando Angulo, and decorative sculptures of “machine forms aesthetics” fan — Fernand Léger.
A legendary giant necklace by Jean-Michel Othoniel whose works decorate pavilions of Paris metro and are used by designers of the Chanel house for presentation of new collections astonish with its size and concise laconism.
See the interesting “geometrical abstractions” of Mark Grotjahn and hooligan canvas of the God-father of contemporary street-art Richard Hambleton; photography objects of Brazilian Vik Muniz who lives in USA and creates his art from chocolate syrup, dust and diamonds.
V-Art gallery collection includes works of Erik Bulatov, a man of the sixties and one of the social art founders.
The fantastic heroes of Leonid Purygin whose art has not been appreciated during his life back home are masterpieces today which can be seen in State Tretyakov Gallery, MMOMA and Museum Ludwig.
Works of Evgeny Mikhnov-Voitenko, one of the St. Petersburg underground of 1970s leaders, are also here.
The middle generation of artists is represented by architecture landscapes of Valery Khoshlyakov, a native of “Na Tryohprudnom” community (famous artistic workshops of 1990s) and abstractions of Aleksei Chistyakov from St. Petersburg.