The State Russian Museum, St Petersburg, 1995
This album presents the art and cultural history of Russia in pictures and images. This publication accompanied for the exhibition "Die grossen Sammlungen III. Staatliches Russisches Museum, St Petersburg" held in the Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland in Bonn. This exhibition presented some of the finest masterpieces from the Russian Museum. The 280- page publication contains 250 colour illustrations, informative articles by German and Russian art historians and a detailed academic supplement, including a list of exhibited works, documents relating to the history of the museum's founding, a survey of its collection, genealogical table of Russian emperors, tsars and grand dukes, glossary and index of subjects.
German Neo-Expressionism. Rainer Fetting and his Contemporaries from the Martin Sanders Collection, 1995
ISBN 3-930775-12-3; 45,00DM
A 142-page catalogue in German and Russian accompanying the exhibition of the same name in the Russian Museum, which was the first to acquaint the Russian public with the masters of German Neo- Expressionism. It includes articles by German and Russian art critics, a catalogue of exhibited works with commentaries, and artists' biographies, as well as over 100 colour illustrations and photographs of the artists and the collector.
David Burliuk 1882 - 1967, 1995
Catalogue accompanying the exhibition of the same name in the Russian Museum, bringing works from the museum collection together with those of private collections in Russia, Germany and the United States. This 128-page album in English and Russian contains articles by experts on the artist known as the Father of Russian Futurism, biography, bibliography and catalogue of exhibited works, accompanied by more than 60 colour and some 10 black-and-white illustrations.
Anatoly Kaplan, 1995
ISBN 3 930775 -01-8; 20,00DM
Catalogue accompanying the exhibition of the same name in the Russian Museum. This exhibition employed a wide range of materials from Old Russian and folk art to modern Russian art.
Pavel Mansurov and Petrograd Avant-Garde, 1995
ISBN 3 930775- 06- 9; 48,00DM
Catalogue accompanying the exhibition of the same name in the Russian Museum, which presented the work of the artist in its historical and artistic context. The 240-page album includes six articles by leading experts on early twentieth century avant-garde art, a catalogue of exhibited works, 233 colour reproductions, archive photographs, memoirs of Pavel Mansurov, his detailed biography, short biographies of his fellow artists, a chronicle of events, list of exhibitions and thematical bibliography.
Picasso from the Ludwig Collection, 1995
ISBN 3 930775- 04- 2; 20,00DM
Catalogue accompanying the exhibition of the same name in the Russian Museum. This 64-page publication contains articles by leading art historians on the works of Picasso in the collection of leading German collector Peter Ludwig, a catalogue, and 40 colour reproductions of exhibited works with accompanying commentaries.
Peter and Irene Ludwig's Gift to the Russian Museum, 1995
ISBN 3 930775- 03- 4; 68,00DM
A catalogue in three languages (English, German and Russian) accompanying the Russian Museum's exhibition of the same name, which later became part of the permanent exposition "The Ludwig Museum in the Russian Museum". This was the initial gift of the famous German collectors Peter and Irene Ludwig to the Russian Museum, which included 33 works by the leading masters of Western and Russian post-war art. The 48-page publication features a catalogue of exhibited works with accompanying commentaries, colour reproductions of all the exhibits, biographies of the artists and the Ludwigs, as well as Kazimir Malevich's previously unpublished article on the importance of studying Russian art in the context of world art.
Romanticism in Russia, 1995
ISBN 5 -930775-10-7 ; 98,00DM
Catalogue accompanying the exhibition of the same name in the Russian Museum, which offered the Russian public an extensive look at all genres and types of art typical of Romanticism in Russia. The 452-page album includes articles by leading experts on Russian Romanticism, artists' biographies, and some 175 colour and 61 black-and-white reproductions
We Worship Thy Immaculate Image. The Image of the Mother of God in Works from the Collection of the Russian Museum, 1995
ISBN 3 930775-14-x; 98,00DM
Catalogue accompanying the exhibition of the same name in the Russian Museum. This publication is both a beautifully illustrated album and a highly informative scientific catalogue. Its 348 pages contain articles by renowned experts on Old Russian art, commentaries to the exhibited works, an index and glossary, and 241 colour reproductions.