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    Tati Knobel. You Are What You Eat. (curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian)

    22 May 2020 – 22 Jul 2020

    Solo exhibition by Tati Knobel.Tati Knobel I Came to NYC as jewish refugee from Leningrad, Soviet Union more than 30years ago, I was a refusenik, because i could not get permission to leave Soviet Union for 10 years. I started doing art after breaking my leg about 10 years ago, before that I worked for hi-tech , having a degree in math and computer science from Leningrad University. I started drawing, then painting acrylic, then oil. I also enjoy doing ceramics, when i can get access to the kiln in the city. I also started taking art /drawing/painting/sculpture classes in Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC. My works participated in numerous exhibitions in NYC: 1. 2009. 14 street Y:drawings 2. 2010. Educational alliance 197 east Broadway: acrylic 3. 2011. Ottendorfer library: acrylic 4. 2012. 14 street Y: hope exhibition to benefit children hospital: acrylic 5. 2012. NYU annual Edgar Poe exhibition. Nevermore, landscape with fantasy, oil 6. 2013. Mulberry library: drawings 7. 2014. Tompkins sq library: collages 8. 2014. 67 street library: sculptures: 9. 2014. Jefferson market library.: Zen drawing. 10. 2015. Educational alliance 197 east Broadway: oil 11. 2015 lorimoto brooklyn gallery in BushWick: collages 12. 2015 Greenwich house: oils 13. 2016 .Greenwich house: oils 14. 2016 Hudson Park Library: tempera 15. 2016 Clarkson street center: monotypes 16. 2016 Lorimoto gallery in BushWick: monotype 17. 2017 Educational alliance: oils 18. 2017 Greenwich house: oils 19. 2018 SOHO 508 w 26 st, Margo gallery: photos of Africa 20. 2019 Margo Gallery 51 east 73 st: oil; acrylic 21. 2019 HudsonPark library :4 watercolors 22. 2019 Educational alliance: oils, collage 23. 2019 MORA jersey city : Margo gallery: acrylics, oil 24. 2019 MORA jersey city 389 Washington st 2 : photos of Venice 25. 2019 Greenwich House: acrylics 26. 2019 NAWA(national association of women artists),gallery One , Warren st: oil 27. 2019 NAWA gallery, w39 st, NYС 5 fl: oil 28. 2020 MORA jersey city , 80 grand street: oils With questions on prices and availability of artworks, please contact Margo Grant +1 917 449-2842 grantmargo@gmail.com

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    Neal Tolunsky (curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian)

    Neal Tolunsky is a multimedia artist, born in New York, twenty years of age, 5 foot ten in height. Little is known about the man except that he is said to have a great interest in film, literature, and philosophy. Tolunsky has an affinity for textures, shapes, symbols, and unconventional painting media such as fruit, vegetables, oils, teas etc. He has not made any public statement about his work, but according to a close friend, he once confessed, “My pictures are worth nothing unless they come from another world.” He reportedly told a different friend, “I have many regrets, but I regret nothing.” It is likely that a fuller portrait of this artist will emerge in the coming years.

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    Alexandra Pustovit (Mr Vibem) / curated by Margo Grant

    25 Apr 2020 – 25 Jul 2020

    The young artist Mr.Vibem started her creative career at the age of 16 in Miami where she had the first introduction to the artistic process on the lessons with local artists. This moment changed the direction of her life. A young girl fell in love with the opportunity to express her thoughts and feelings through art: painting, digital animation, and graffiti. Traveling around the world gave Alexandra the opportunity to study the culture, traditions, religions of different countries and communities, to visit museums and historical places. The most inspiring for her was the art of surrealists. She sees the modern world through the eyes of an 18-year-old girl - the way of the connection of times and generations through mysticism. The artist looks at the modern world through the prism of creativity, the modern world is full of surprises and instability. For example, today's pandemic situation that is unexpected for the whole world, the complete collapse of all our plans and expectations. Much has to be rethought, zeroed out somewhere, start all over from scratch. In her paintings, she tries to express simultaneously the instability of this world with the possible values of every day - the ability to enjoy every day and to consider that it is not always visible outside. Without academic education, the artist expresses her thoughts in an original style that can be called: “Without Borders”. Our world has no boundaries, like art, we are people of mood, emotions, and impressions, our views are multifaceted, which is probably why Mr. Vibem's paintings are versatile and not similar to each other. The inability to trace one clear style of the artist is probably its hallmark. “It seems to us that we know how the system around us works, we know how the world in which we live is arranged. This is actually not true. We can only imagine a certain picture, adjust it for ourselves. Human life can be compared to the process when caterpillars create a cocoon, the environment where we will pass our lives. Those who succeed in breaking this cocoon in the future have a whole new perspective. They understand that they know only the smallest part of the truth. New facets open for them and bring consciousness to a whole new level. This is what I’m trying to do all my life to break a cocoon to get into another reality. My paintings show this struggle, show which facets I have already seen, which ones I have not. Walk this path with me.” - Mr.Vibem said.

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    Inna Yudina (Curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian)

    23 Apr 2020 – 23 Jul 2020

    Inna Yudina, signature as Dina U, was borned, lived and studied in Kiev, Ukraine. Worked as florist and designer in Ukraine, Germany, France, USA. Living in USA more than 20 years, began painting. Took part in art shows in New Jersey, Staten Island, Manhattan. Her art are in private collections in Ukraine, Canada and USA. Art — it's my life, it opens world for me. For the long time I did floral and decor design. I could not imagined that my life changed so sharply as if somebody turned over the page... My day without painting — loose time. I think that my work emerges from emotions, in spontaneous and intuitive ways.

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    Troy Khasiev. SUN’s GEOMETRY. (Curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian)

    Troy was born on March 2, 2000, in Moscow, Russia. He made his first drawings and photos at the age of three and five. As a teenager, encouraged by his architect father, he started experimenting with digital imaging. He studied drawing with the artist Vladimir Kireev and photography at the Rodchenko Photography School in Moscow; practiced painting in the Moscow studio of Vladimir Nasedkin, and mixed media art in the Parisian atelier of Takesada Matsutani. Currently he studies art and photography at the Kingsworth International School in Paris and at PNCA in the USA . Troy has a track record of group and solo exhibitions; he has also volunteered for a number of art exhibitions and events. Troy’s works can be seen in numerous art collections such as: the MORA museum (New York, NY); the International Children’s Art Museum and the Russian Geographic Society (Moscow, Russia), the Benetton Foundation (Italy), as well as in the galleries and private collections in Paris (France), Moscow (Russia), Venice (Italy), and New York (NY).

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    Irina Matinian (Curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian)

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    Lidia Chepovetsky (curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian)

    I was born in Kiev, Ukraine. In 1988 we left Ukraine to start new life in America. One day, when my daughter was 12 years old, I have noticed that she had a gift to paint and enrolled her into Rudy DePaoli’s Art Studio in Brooklyn, New York. I also decided to try it myself and spent quality time with her. After a while my daughter quit the class, but for me the new passion of my life has begun. After spending couple of years in Rudy DePaoli’s Art Studio I realized that I have to move on and started to take classes at the Art Students League of New York where I had the opportunity to learn from world-famous artists and extremely skillful instructors. In my paintings I am trying to utilize natural, radiant light of everything that surrounds my life and I hope that all my paintings show my love for nature and people. I have successfully participated and won prizes in shows of Art Student League of New York, Brooklyn Art Festival, Park Slope Historical Show and Conference House Artistic Show. I have participated in permanent exhibitions in the following galleries: Ward-Nasse Gallery in Soho, New York , Opus Gallery in Cleveland, Ohio and Interart Gallery in Huntington, New York. I have had a few personal and group shows: The Museum of Russian Art (MoRA) Salomon Arts Gallery in Manhattan International Art Festival at High Line Gallery in Manhattan Hoboken Public Library Parsippany library A lot of my paintings have been sold from galleries and shows to the private collectors.

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    Yelena Kimelblat. "Girls". (curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian)

    07 Apr 2020 – 07 Jul 2020

    Born in Kiev, Ukraine, Yelena never formally learned how to paint. Yelena Kimelblat started to paint in 2008 and art became a means for Yelena to share with others her vision of life. Yelena does not call herself an artist. She is “a woman, who paints”. Yelena is avoiding any identification, any, even the most pretty labels. She was not afraid to look inside herself – into the void, where you can perish or get everything. Yelena got everything – she started to paint. Yelena: "I never painted before in my life and couldn't even imagine that I would start. The root of my creativity stems from a desire to live a long life free from unhappiness, awe before the awesome beauty of the natural world and the desire to include this beauty within my own life and say to others "I see it this way!"

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    Ekatherina Savtchenko ."Healing". (Curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian)

    Margo Gallery presents an online virtual exhibition to showcase Ekatherina Savtchenko artworks. Solo exhibition "Healing", Tenry gallery, New York. Curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian. Sponsored by Paul Hyman Realty Services www.phpnyc.com

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    Rustam Turaev (curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian)

    Rustam Turaev’s works are at once poetic and cleverly modernist, combining figurative elements with abstraction. He frequently takes inspiration from Greek myths and philosophy and pays homage to traditional Tajik design, giving his paintings a longing quality. But for all his intellectual and historical references, he never shirks the mundane and monotonous of everyday. One feels this in the joie de vivre of his still lives, the underlying subtlety of his portraits, and his meticulous depictions of working people. http://www.turaev.net/

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    David Ru (curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian)

    05 Apr 2020 – 05 Aug 2020

    David Ru is an abstract expressionism artist. David seeks to increase the visibility of talented artists, to raise the awareness of the importance of arts education and creativity. David works in abstract expressionism, mixed media art style. He always learns new media and possibilities to create. David creates, not only using brush and colors, canvas and paper, he also creates digital artworks, multimedia projects, making video adding his own musical compositions. David believes that people should be able to experience art anywhere, he finds a way to create in any situation, he connects people from different countries and social levels and ages, connecting art and people motivates him every day. He is optimistic, inventive, passionate, completely dedicated to art and people, inspiring all the time. http://bit.ly/davidru

    latest works

    • Tati Knobel

      Lily of the valley
      10 x 8 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      USD 450
    • Tati Knobel

      Cherries
      6 x 6 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      USD 300
    • Tati Knobel

      Strawberry
      6 x 6 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      USD 300
    • Tati Knobel

      Pear
      8 x 10 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      USD 450
    • Tati Knobel

      Grapes
      8 x 10 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      USD 450
    • Tati Knobel

      Asparagus
      10 x 8 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      USD 450
    • Tati Knobel

      Avocado
      8 x 10 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      USD 450
    • Tati Knobel

      Red bell pepper
      8 x 10 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      USD 450
    • Tati Knobel

      Eggplant
      8 x 10 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      USD 450
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      Yellow zucchini
      8 x 10 inch (h x w)
      :Oil on Canvas
      USD 450
    • Tati Knobel

      Bowl of quail eggs
      8 x 10 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      USD 450
    • Tati Knobel

      Cup of green tea with cinnamon sticks
      8 x 10 inch (h x w)
      :Oil on Canvas
      USD 450
    • Neal Tolunsky

      Reflection
      6 x 8 inch (h x w)
      Digital Phography
    • Neal Tolunsky

      Leaf
      8 x 6 inch (h x w)
      Digital Phography
    • Neal Tolunsky

      Flower shadows
      6 x 8 inch (h x w)
      Digital photograph
    • Neal Tolunsky

      More 1
      11 x 8 inch (h x w)
      Digital drawings
    • Neal Tolunsky

      Lanky 1
      11 x 8 inch (h x w)
      Digital drawings
    • Neal Tolunsky

      Flower 44
      11 x 8 inch (h x w)
      Digital drawings
    • Neal Tolunsky

      Flower 22
      11 x 8 inch (h x w)
      Digital drawings
    • Neal Tolunsky

      Flower 33
      11 x 8 inch (h x w)
      Digital drawings
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