The journal “Russian Gallery - XXI Century” is an international journal which covers art reviews of paintings, graphics and works of decorative and applied art by modern Russian and foreign artists.
Thousands of Russian and foreign museums and galleries receive the international journal “Russian Gallery - XXI Century”. In addition, the journal is sent to the libraries of Russian centers of science and culture in 83 countries of the world.
The journal is intended for a wide range of readers. Russian and foreign gallery owners, art critics, art historians, professional artists and any art lovers will find interesting and useful information. The journal was first published in 2006 on the initiative of the Union of Artists of Russia and with the support of the Non-Profit Foundation of Assistance to National Culture and Art Development.
Among the members of the editorial board, the partners of our journal and the experts are Z.K. Tsereteli, President of the Russian Academy of Arts; A.N. Kovalchuk, Chairman of the Board of the Union of Artists of Russia; N.I. Borovskoy, Full Member of the Russian Academy of Arts, Honoured Artist of the Russian Federation, People's Artist of the Russian Federation; G.N. Ginzburg, Head of the Expert Council of the Eurasian Art Union, Academician of the European Academy of Natural Sciences (Germany, Hannover), Honourary Doctor of Art, Professor, and other members of the International Academy of Culture and Art, professors, full members of the Russian Academy of Arts, department heads and members of the Union of Artists of Russia.
A special direction of the work is the support of children's art and the organisation of art exhibitions at the sites of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, the Council of the Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, the State Kremlin Palace, the Museum of the Great Patriotic War. We have a successful experience in organizing foreign exhibitions of pictures in the collection of the Foundation of Assistance to National Culture and Art Development.
Our Association "Russian Heart" was born as a cultural association, having as a priority aspect of our business organization, collection and storage of humanitarian aid to populations affected by natural disasters or war conflicts. It is a great pleasure for us to have been able to provide basic necessities, clothes, footwear, blankets and other materials to needy families and orphanages in Donbass together with volunteers in Milan. We will continue to lend a hand to populations that are in difficulty right now, trying to alleviate their existence for what is possible. We collaborate with other cultural associations, the Italo-Russian such as: "Russkaya Idea" of the magazine, a bilingual Russian-Italian, "Russiapriviet" and the foundation "Tatyana Pavlova" organizing with cultural events, commemorative and social, in the presence of the Italian authorities and representatives of the diplomatic corps of the Russian Federation, aimed at strengthening the ties between our two Countries, constructive relationships and to the benefit of our Peoples, acting always in the name of peace and stability, by combining more and more the big Hearts of the Italian and Russian!
Science-Art Research Centre
The Science-Art Centreis dedicated to initiating a 21st Century Renaissancethrough the reintroduction of the classical Greek philosophy of science for ethical ends. The Centre views the re-unification of the arts and sciences as a solution to the destructive world-view that dominates all contemporary science and technology. Humanity's obsession with materialistic science and technology is leading to the ultimate destruction of our environment and needs to be balanced by the development of a humanitarian science and technology, based on newly emerging life sciences.
PARAJANOV THEATRE... where all of us are free and all-powerful creators and magicians.
Here, like in the alchemical laboratory, bit by bit is recreated the unusual Parajanov aesthetics – the aesthetics of the holiday, the aesthetics of the sacrament, which gives the audience the extraordinary passion for other undiscovered worlds and torn up elements...