Известный британский коллекционер Джеймс объявил о продаже двух работ на бумаге в Арканзасский Центр искусств (штат Канзас). Это «Натюрморт» Александра Архипенко (1918) и Семена Залцера в ночном клубе (1929).
"The James Butterwick booth was strikingly colorful and vibrant with a theme of “Bitter Harvest” accompanied by a beautiful catalog for the exhibit of Russian and Ukranian Avant-Garde from 1890 to 1934." Read More
James Butterwick, the grandson of a former Sotheby’s director, is an English art dealer whose collection ranges from Vrubel to Renoir, the guru of Russian avant-garde and non-conformism. He talks about the authenticity of masterpieces and the advantages of the auction house Sotheby’s. Read More
"Fascinating Russian and Ukrainian works from the late Tsarist and early revolutionary period, 1890-1934 (a to-die-for early Kandinsky on incised wood) at James Butterwick" Read More
As the world's most buoyant art market, New York City provides the ideal context for a TEFAF fair outside Maastricht. The inaugural TEFAF New York Spring fair takes place from May 4 to May 8, 2017 with a focus on art and design from the 20th century through today. Read More
The exhibition attempts to view avant-garde through contemporary art – and, in turn, contemporary art through avant-garde. All the works by Ukrainian avant-garde artists have been generously lent by London-based collectors James Butterwick and Vladimir Tsarenkov. Read More
James Butterwick debuts at TEFAF New York (Stand 89) with an array of colorful yet poignant works from the Russian and Ukrainain Avant-Garde (Park Avenue Armory, May 4-8). Read More