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The IN ARTIBUS Foundation is a non-profit organization, with the purpose of studying and popularizing classic, modern and contemporary art. The Foundation also runs a publishing program. IN ARTIBUS organizes art exhibitions in collaboration with museums, cultural foundations and private collectors both in Russia and abroad; arranges scholarly conferences; and supports international cultural initiatives. In 2014, the Foundation opened its own exhibition space. Realized projects include: “Mikhail Roginsky. Beyond the 'Red door',” which accompanied the 14th Venice Architecture Biennale; exhibitions of Moscow school artists – Vladimir Weisberg, Boris Kasatkin and the late Ilya Mashkov, prepared in collaboration with the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Russian Museum and Russian regional museums. In collaboration with the State Hermitage Museum, the Pushkin Museum and the Russian State Library, the Foundation organized the following exhibitions: “I Wished to Work in the Manner of Callot”; “Mikhail Roginsky. Farewell to the Pink Fence”; “Yuri Palmin”; “Inspired by Rome. By the 400th Anniversary of Salvator Rosa and Gaspard Dughe”; “Enlightenment Gothic. Vasily Bazhenov — Anniversary Year,” dedicated to the 280th anniversary of the great Russian architect; “Khardzhiev’s Archive” (in collaboration with RGALI); and “Sculptors’ Drawings. Rodin. Maillol. Despiau”.

The Art Newspaper Russia is part of the world’s most comprehensive informational network in the field of art. In Russia, it is the only international publication dedicated to art, with a circulation of 70,000 copies.

Its goal is to introduce Russian-speaking audiences to art on an international scale and help integrate Russian art into the global art network. In 2014, Inna Bazhenova became the owner of the English-language edition of The Art Newspaper and its network of international editions in the UK, USA, Italy, France, Greece and China.

The Art Newspaper network’s publications are distributed in 60 countries. Correspondents from more than 30 countries supply news and reports to the offices in London, New York, Paris, Turin, Athens, Moscow, Beijing and Hong Kong.

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The Art Newspaper Russia in social media:  Facebook , VK , Instagram

The Art Newspaper Russia’s Annual Award for achievement in the field of art. This annual award has five nominations which correspond to the main sections of the newspaper: Museum of the Year, Exhibition of the Year, Book of the Year, Restoration of the Year and Personal Contribution.  The recipients of the Award receive a statuette in the shape of Big Ben and the Spasskaya Tower of the Moscow Kremlin by Sergey Shekhovtsov. Each winner is announced as a part of a performance.

The Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre (CCRAC)
The Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre (CCRAC) is a joint initiative between the Department of History of Art, University of Cambridge, and The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, to provide a forum for the investigation of Russian and Soviet art. Founded by Dr Rosalind P. Blakesley (University of Cambridge) and Professor John Milner (The Courtauld Institute of Art) and with an advisory group of current and former graduate students, it aims to stimulate debate, support collaborative work, and generate and disseminate research on all aspects of the visual arts, architecture, design, and exhibitions in Russia and the Soviet Union.

The University of Cambridge and The Courtauld Institute of Art have both pioneered teaching in these areas. Research students and staff have also been involved in many ventures to take the study of Russian art and architecture further afield, through exhibitions, museum displays, work with schools, and the broadcast media. CCRAC builds on this expertise to provide a new focus for the investigation of Russian art, taking research and interest to a new level, while at the same time creating a dynamic interface between cutting-edge scholarship and the subject’s growing audiences outside academia.

Visit the CCRAC website here

Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven
The Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven is one of the first public museums for contemporary art to be established in Europe. The museum’s collection of around 2700 works of art includes key works and archives by Lissitzky, Picasso, Kokoschka, Chagall, Beuys, McCarthy, Daniëls and Körmeling. The museum has an experimental approach towards art’s role in society. Openness, hospitality and knowledge exchange are important to us

We challenge ourselves and our visitors to think about art and its place in the world, covering a range of subjects, including the role of the collection as a cultural 'memory' and the museum as a public site. International collaboration and exchange have made the Van Abbemuseum a place for creative cross-fertilisation and a source of surprise, inspiration and imagination for its visitors and participants.