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‘Futuromarennia’ at Mystetskiy Arsenal in Kyiv – till 30 January 2022

All too rare are the occasions when one can praise, not bury, a cultural event that takes place in Ukraine. The personal exhibition of Bogomazov at NAMU, ‘Creative Laboratory’, in 2019 was a fine demonstration of a great artist, it deserved... Read More

James Butterwick Features in TEFAF: Meet the Expert Stories

On 22 December TEFAF released a new story and a film in their regular feature “Meet the Experts” This time James Butterwick talks about Ukrainian painter Alexander Bogomazov, an unknown avant-garde artist, whose Futurist work... 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 Alexander Bogomazov, Boris Kosarev, Maria Sinyakova are viewed in the West,... Read More

Three Ukrainian Artists: Online till 31 December 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

James Butterwick at TEFAF 2021 Online

James Butterwick is delighted to present, ‘The Colour Labyrinth’, at TEFAF 2021 – Ivan Turetsky’s first online exhibition with the gallery and our first foray into the world of Contemporary Art. Ivan Turetsky was born in 1956 in... 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

Fakes in Museums: James Butterwick interviewed for Blueprint

British art dealer, gallery owner and collector James Butterwick played a decisive role in both exposing the fake exhibition Russian Avant-Garde from Cubo-Futurism to Suprematism, held in Mantua in 2013-2014, and in debunking the dubious avant-garde from the Igor and Olga collection Toporovskikh. Read More

Our Alexander Bogomazov’s artwork features in “Permanent Revolution” by Alisa Lozhkina

Delighted for our works by Alexander Bogomazov "Rolling Timber", 1928-29, to be featured in a new book by Alisa Lozhkina "Permanent Revolution: Art in Ukraine, the 20th to the 21st century".  Read More