News: Press

Reader’s Digest: “When peace returns, Ukraine could emerge as an art superpower”

We are grateful to Susan Gray, Reader's Digest, for an important and timely article about Ukrainian art featuring several works by Oleksandr Bohomazov from our collection and comments by James Butterwick. Read More

German Handelsblatt features our TEFAF show of Bohomazov

Delighted to be featured in German press – Handelsblatt this time: “James Butterwick, who has sold two works by Ukrainian avant-garde artist Oleksandr Bohomazov, predicts skyrocketing prices for this undervalued artist inspired... Read More

Bohomazov exhibition featured in Frankfurter Allgemeine

Thank you Frankfurter Allgemeine for featuring us in your TEFAF review. “London gallery owner James Butterwick calls his one-man show of works, inspired by Futurism and Rayonism, by Oleksandr Bohomazov, to which the Cologne Museum Ludwig... Read More

Ukrainian Avant-garde Artist to be Championed at TEFAF

New article at The Art Newspaper on upcoming TEFAF show “Oleksandr Bohomazov: Ukrainian Renaissance”. “James Butterwick is perhaps best known as a dealer in Russian avant-garde art, but in recent years he has been focusing... Read More

Paintings rescued from Ukraine offered in Sotheby’s fundraising sale

The Art Newspaper published an article on the upcoming Sotheby’s fundraising sale “Contemporary Discoveries” that runs from 13-19 May 2022 and features several works contributed by James Butterwick. “In response to... Read More

James Butterwick Invited Guest Editor of Antykvar, a Ukrainian magazine

We are grateful to the Antykvar Magazine for inviting James Butterwick to be the guest editor of the next issue of this magazine. Watch his first conversation with Anna Sherman, Editor-in-chief of “Antykvar”, where they discuss... Read More

Antique Collecting: Alexander Bogomazov – the “Ukrainian Picasso”

Thank you Antique Collecting for featuring a piece about Alexander Bogomazov and upcoming TEFAF: “Virtually unknown in the West, Alexander Bogomazov – the “Ukrainian Picasso” – is set to create a stir at next month’s Maastricht Ask... Read More

Ukraine Art Dealers Race Back to Kyiv to Save Artworks From Warpath

“Katia Vozianova had gotten out. The minute Russia invaded Ukraine, the Kyiv-based art dealer had packed a small suitcase, a hairdryer, and a single, framed watercolor and headed to the border with Romania. For the next week she volunteered... Read More

Antiques Trade Gazette: Featuring Bohomazov’s Artwork

Thank you, Frances Alitt at Antiques Trade Gazette for featuring a work from our collection: “Landscape, Caucasus (undulating composition) 1915 by Ukrainian artist Oleksandr Bohomazov (1880- 1930), a work being offered by dealer James... Read More

Oleksandr Bohomazov featured in The Times

Rachel Campbell-Johnston features two artworks by the Ukrainian artist Oleksandr Bohomazov in the art column of The Times on 11 March 2022 as James talks about showing the works by this Ukrainian avant-gardist at TEFAF Maastricht this June,... Read More

James Butterwick on Ukrainian Art: Interview

Thank you Antykvar magazine for the recent interview with James Butterwick. Read on to find out how James started to collect and exhibit Ukrainian art, how works by Oleksandr Bohomazov, Boris Kosarev, Maria Sinyakova are viewed in the West,... Read More

Soviet Art in the West: Who Needs It and Why?

The interest to art that is generally defined by an overarching term "Soviet" has been high for the last few decades. Why is the term "Soviet art" so contested, who are the people hunting it down at auctions and how can one start a collection of works by Soviet artists? Anastasia Lander of Esquire spoke with leading experts in the field, James Butterwick being one of them. Read More