Exhibitions at Nailya Alexander Gallery
Photography of Ann Rhoney and Ingar Krauss
World War II Soviet propaganda posters by the TASS Windows Studio (1941-1945)
Varvara Stepanova, Konstantin Vialov, Nikolai Ushin
Russian Photography, 1908-1938
Nailya Alexander Gallery is pleased to present "Dmitri Baltermants: Photographs 1940s-1960s," an exhibition encompassing the photographer's iconic WW II images and his work from the last years of Stalin's glory and the era of Khrushchev's politics. The show of some thirty vintage prints will run from 5 May through 30 July 2010, at 41 E 57th Street, Suite 704.
We are especially pleased to present this exhibition in commemoration of the 65th Anniversary of the end of WW II in Europe this May. Dur… more
ALEXEY TITARENKO: Saint Petersburg in Four Movements
Reception for the artist: March 9, 5:30-7:30pm
This is Alexey Titarenko's first major exhibition in New York that features his entire Saint Petersburg series (1991-2009). The four underlying sequences, or movements - to borrow a term from the vocabulary of music, which features prominently in the artist's mind, are The City of Shadows, The Anonymous, The Light of Saint Petersburg and Unfinished Time. Like music, the expression of time is a p… more
Nailya Alexander Gallery is pleased to announce "Ambiguous Desires," a solo exhibition by St. Petersburg photographer Evgeny Mokhorev (b. 1967). The opening reception will be held on September 16th, 6-8pm.
Mokhorev was the first Russian photographer who opened a door to the fragile and troubled world of children. Since the late 1980s, he has passionately explored the marginal territories of adolescence, revelations of lost childhood, and magical transformations into adulthood. Over the years,… more
A unique visual chronicle of the "sovietization" of the ancient Muslim emirates.