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      (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov: exhibitions >> • Leningrad 80s, No. 23

Kulturhuset, Stockholm, 1988

DE NYA FRÅN LENINGRAD • Новые художники •
The New from Leningrad • Aug 27 - Sept 25, 1988


De Nya från Leningrad / "The New from Leningrad" was the first comprehensive exhibition
of the “New Artists“, Leningrad's most important avant-garde art movement of the 1980s.

The exhibition was produced by the City of Stockholm cultural administration and shown at the
Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden, from August 27 to September 25, 1988
It was organised by Sissi Nilsson, curator at the Kulturhuset. Co-curator: Fredrik Vogel
Participating and counseling institutions: Soviet Ministry of Culture, Swedish Institute,
Soviet Embassy (Stockholm), Leningrad Komsomol, Swedish General Consulate (Leningrad).

Kulturhuset's New Artists project 1987-1988,
an article from February 2022 discussing the project in detail, is now available here >>


A number of works displayed at the Kulturhuset were shown earlier the same year in London
(7 Independent Artists Live from Leningrad more>>), Rotterdam ("Da DA Majakowski" more>>)
and Leningrad ("Новые художники / Novye Khudozhniki, The New Artists" more>>)

After the Kulturhuset exhibition, Fredrik Vogel signed contracts with ten artists to take (part of) the works to shows in Aarhus, Copenhagen, and Liverpool, where the exhibition tour ended in February 1989. more>> Several other works remained in Stockholm, where they were included in the exhibition “Ryska Konstnärer från Leningrad” / Russian Artists from Leningrad (December 1988) more>>

See also: (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov: reproductions of his works in the archive of the Kulturhuset, Stockholm
related to the exhibition "De Nya från Leningrad" / The New from Leningrad (1988) >>





Catalogue of the exhibition De Nya från Leningrad / "The New from Leningrad" Cover: Evgenij Kozlov Тимур на коне" / "Timur on Horseback"

Catalogue of the exhibition De Nya från Leningrad / "The New from Leningrad"
Cover:
(E-E) Evgenij Kozlov
Портpет Тимура на коне" / "Portrait of Timur on Horseback"
more >>
and >>
художники •Participating artists: Swedish spelling
(international spelling in brackets)
• Сергей Бугаев (Африка) • Bugaev, Sergej (Afrika) (Sergei Bugaev)
• Георгий Гурьянов • Gurjanov, Georgij (Georgy Gurianov)
• Владислав Гуцевич • Gutsevitj, Vladislav (Vladislav Gutsevich)
• Евгений Юфит • Jufit, Jevgenij (Evgeny Yufit)
• Олег Котельников • Kotelnikov, Oleg
• Алексей Козин • Kozin, Aleksej (Aleksey Kozin)
• Евгений Козлов • Kozlov, Jevgenij (Evgenij Kozlov)
• Андрей Крисанов • Krisanov, Andres (Andrey Krisanov)
• Олег Малсов • Maslov, Oleg
• Тимур Новиков • Novikov, Timur
• Вадим Овчинников • Ovtjinnikov, Vadim (Vadim Ovchinnikov)
• Инал Савченков • Savtjenkov, Inal (Inal Savchenkov)
• Иван Сотников • Sotnikov, Ivan
• Виктор Цой • Tsoj, Viktor (Viktor Tsoy)
Andrey Kurmayartsev “Mertvyi” and Oleg Zaika were not mentioned in the officlal list of artists, although their works were also exhibited.
Andrey Kurmayartsev “Mertvyi‘s” portrait was erroneously attributed to Evgeny Yufit. See bottom of the page.
This page presents works exhibited at "The New from Leningrad." All pictures: courtesy Fredrik Vogel.
There might, however, have been other works not included in the exhibtion views.




Below: a general view of the exhibition.
On the left: paintings by (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov. On the right, attached to the column: a painting by Oleg Kotelnikov

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, general view of the exhbition. On the left: paintings by (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov. On the right, on the column: painting by Oleg Kotelnikov




Below: general exhibition view
In the centre, mounted on a stand "Хочу Е Я (и ЯЯ) / I want her (and I I)" by (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov. On the right paintings by Evgenij Yufit.

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988,general view of the exhbition. In the centre, mounted on a stand, “I want her (and I I)” by (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov. On the right paitings by Evgenij Yufit.




Below: general exhibition view.
From left to right: works by Oleg Kotelnikov "Madonna", (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov "Smiling Sickle" (1987; rotated 90 degrees clockwise) more>>, Sergei Bugaev, (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov "Star" (1987) more >>, and Oleg Maslov & Aleksey Kozin

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988,general view of the exhbition. From left to right: works by Oleg Kotelnikov, (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov , Sergei Bugaev, (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov, Oleg Maslov & Aleksej Kozin




Below:
(E-E) Evgenij Kozlov' painting from 1988 "I want her (and I I)

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov' painting from 1988 "I want her (and I I)




Below:
Left: (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov "CCCP" Paint on red fabric, approx. 193 x 530 cm, 1987; right: Sergei Bugaev

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov "CCCP" Paint on red fabric, approx. 193 x 530 cm, 1987; right: Sergei Bugaev




Below:
On the left wall paintings by (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov: "Anna Karenina 1" (1988) more >>, "The World. L. N. Tolstoy" (1988) more >>, "Anna Karenina 2" (1988) more >>
On the right wall three textile works by Timur Novikov.

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningradd 1988, On the left wall paintings by (E-E) Evgenij Kozlov: "Anna Karenina 1" more >>, "The World. Portrait of L. N. Tolstoy" more >>, "Anna Karenina 2" more >> On the right wall works on textile by Timur Novikov.




Below:
A textile work by Timur Novikov.

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, A textile work by Timur Novikov.




Below:
"Rocket". Textile work by Timur Novikov.

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, Textile work by Timur Novikov.




Below:
A textile work by Timur Novikov.

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, A textile work by Timur Novikov.





Below:
Untitled painting by Aleksey Kozin and Oleg Maslov

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988,Untitled painting by Aleksey Kozin and Oleg Maslov




Below
Two paintings by Inal Savchenkov

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988,Two paintings by Inal Savchenkov




Below
Two paintings by Inal Savchenkov

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988,Two paintings by Inal Savchenkov





Below:
Six works by Oleg Kotelnikov

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, Six works by Oleg Kotelnikov





Below:
Untitled work (Madonna) by Oleg Kotelnikov

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, Untitled work (Madonna) by Oleg Kotelnikov





Below:
A work by Oleg Kotelnikov

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, A work by Oleg Kotelnikov





Below:
Untitled work, possibly by Oleg Kotelnikov and Sergei Bugaev (attributed to Sergei Bugaev in Sara Åkerrén's photo album)

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, Untitled work, possibly by Oleg Kotelnikov and Sergei Bugaev (attributed to Sergei Bugaev in Sara Åkerrén's photo album)





Below:
Top: a painting by Inal Savchenkov
Bottom: a painting by Vadim Ovchinnikov

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988,Top: painting by Inal Savchenkov Bottom: painting by Vadim Ovchinnikov




Below
Four paintings by Ivan Sotnikov

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988,Four paintings by Ivan Sotnikov




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Four paintings by Ivan Sotnikov, three of them displayed as triptych.

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, Four paintings by Ivan Sotnikov, three of them displayed as triptych




Below
A painting by Evgeny Yufit


Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988,Painting by Evgeny Yufit




Below: Two paintings by Evgeny Yufit

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, Two paintings by Evgeny Yufit




Below
Top from left to right: works by Viktor Tsoy, Georgy Gurianov, and Andrey Krisanov
Bottom: A work on textile attributed to Timur Novikov in Sara Åkerrén's photo album. Possibly a collaborative work with Sergei Bugaev (Afrika).

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, Top from left to right: works by Viktor Tsoy, Georgy Gurianov, and Andrey Krisanov
Bottom: A work on textile attributed to Timur Novikov in Sara Åkerrén's photo album. Possibly a collaborative work with Sergei Bugaev (Afrika).




Below
A painting by Vladislav Gutsevich

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988,Painting by Vladislav Gutsevich




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From left to right: works by Oleg Kotelnikov, Vadim Ovchinnikov, Vadim Ovchinnikov?, Andrey Kurmayartsev “Mertvyi” (erroneously attributed to Evgeny Yufit), Sergei Bugaev

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988,From left to right: works by Oleg Kotelnikov, Vadim Ovchinnikov, Vadim Ovchinnikov?, Andrey Kurmayartsev “Mertvyi” (erroneously attributed to Evgeny Yufit), Sergei Bugaev




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From left to right: works by Andrey Kurmayartsev “Mertvyi” (erroneously attributed to Evgeny Yufit) and three works be Sergei Bugaev

 Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988,From left to right: works by Andrey Kurmayartsev “Mertvyi” (erroneously attributed to Evgeny Yufit) and three works be Sergei Bugaev




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Left: Andrey Krisanov (attributed to Sergei Bugaev), right: works by Sergei Bugaev

ulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988. Left: Andrey Krisanov (attributed to Sergei Bugaev), right: works by Sergei Bugaev




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Works by Sergei Bugaev

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, Works by Sergei Bugaev




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Works by Sergei Bugaev. Centre: Installation with Sergey Kuryokhin's jacket. Right: paintings by Ivan Sotnikov.

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988,  Works by Sergei Bugaev. Centre: Installation with Sergey Kuryokhin's jacket. Right: paintings by Ivan Sotnikov.




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Paintings by Sergei Bugaev

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, Paintings by Sergei Bugaev




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A painting by Sergei Bugaev displayed 90 degrees rotated to the right.

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, A painting by Sergei Bugaev displayed 90 degrees rotated to the right.




Below
A painting by Sergei Bugaev

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, A painting by Sergei Bugaev




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Centre: textile work by Timur Novikov and Sergei Bugaev. Left and right: textile works by Sergei Bugaev

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, Centre: textile work by Timur Novikov and Sergei Bugaev. Left and right: textile works by Sergei Bugaev




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Centre: works by Sergei Bugaev. On the rear wall (left) "Moscow Soup" by Oleg Zaika. Right: Installation with Sergey Kuryokhin's jacket.

Kulturhuset, The New from Leningrad 1988, Centre: works by Sergei Bugaev. On the rear wall (left) "Moscow Soup" by Oleg Zaika. Right: Installation with Sergey Kuryokhin's jacket.



A shorter version of this article was first published in 2014
Last updated 26 February 2022