News: Exhibitions

Three Ukrainian Artists in Cheltenham: 6 – 23 October 2021

We are delighted to present our new exhibition "Three Ukrainian Artists" that will be on at Chapel Arts, Cheltenham from 6 to 23 October 2021 and online till 31 December 2021. All three artists paint on a large scale for maximum effect. Read More

Ivan Turetsky exhibition in the Palazzo Branda Castiglioni Museum in Italy

Ivan Turetsky opened his new exhibition in the Palazzo Branda Castiglioni Museum in Italy last week to considerable acclaim. Turetsky’s monumental canvasses are a testament to his love of Italian Futurism with their dynamics and movement... Read More

“Alexander Bogomazov: A Creative Laboratory” opens at the National Art Museum of Lithuania

The following article appeared in early July 2021 in the “Day” newspaper in Ukraine: As part of the cultural diplomacy project, “Alexander Bogomazov : A Creative Laboratory”, an exhibition of this outstanding Ukrainian... Read More

Grisha and Vova

In May this year “Small Art” exhibition opened in Moscow at the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Centre. We are delighted that two artworks from James Butterwick collection are now in Moscow on display. Here is a story about how these... Read More

Bogomazov’s works featured at “The Futurist Collection” at the Kroeller-Mueller Museum

“The Futurist Collection” exhibition at the Kröller-Müller Museum will be on display until 9 January 2022. Delighted that several works by Alexander Bogomazov, acquired by the museum from James Butterwick are featured in the show. The... Read More

Futurism. Muses. Ukrainian Primitivism. 23 April – 23 June 2021

Delighted to launch “Futurism. Muses. Ukrainian Primitivism.” online exclusive exhibition today from Krasnaya Polyana, “the house where futurism was born”. Explore the online catalogue in English and Ukrainian and visit... Read More

Yakov Chernikhov: The Soviet Experiment on Artsy

We are delighted to launch a new online exclusive show on Artsy - Yakov Chernikhov. The Soviet Experiment. The show will run from 28 October to 28 November 2020. Please follow the link in the article to view the show.
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Original or fake? James Butterwick gives interview to the Arts Newspaper about Museum Ludwig recent exhibition

Questions over the authenticity of Russian avant-garde art have plagued the market for decades. Now, a groundbreaking new exhibition at the Museum Ludwig in Cologne has begun to provide answers. Read More

James Butterwick Gallery to take part in the inaugural TEFAF Online 2020

We are delighted to be part of the first TEFAF Online show. The inaugural TEFAF Online Fair will be held November 1-4, 2020, with two preview days on October 30 and 31, 2020. Pre-registration is open on TEFAF website now. Read More

“Alexander Bogomazov. The Lost Futurist” – Online Exclusive on Artsy

We are delighted to launch today our first online exclusive exhibition of “Alexander Bogomazov (1880-1930). The Lost Futurist” on Artsy. The exhibition will be on till 30 November - follow the link to view the artworks. Read More

James Butterwick Auction Highlights Review in Russian Arts and Culture Winter Guide

The Russian Art and Culture winter guide is out in time for the Russian Art Week in London that will start on 22 November 2019. James Butterwick is offering an insightful review of the Russian art on sale at Sotheby’s, Christie’s, Macdougall’s, Bonhams... Read More

The Daily Telegraph: Studio Voltaire takes its creative flair to Mayfair

London dealers James Butterwick and Alon Zakaim have unearthed a collection of 47 drawings from the Twenties by avant-garde artist Yakov Chernikhov, which display his interest in industrial architecture and abstract design. Read More