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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

James Butterwick in Conversation with Kyiv Live

On 9 February James was invited to speak at Kyiv Live about art dealing, new trends, and Ukrainian art - watch the video recording of the conversation Read More

We are looking for a Social Media guru to join our team

Is digital world your second home? Do you love creating unique content that makes your Instagram and Facebook profile unique and engaging? Are you passionate about art and culture? Then read on! You will be developing engaging content for... Read More

“Russian Avant-Garde: Original or Fake” Symposium at Museum Ludwig, Cologne

Museum Ludwig, Cologne brings together leading experts, art historians, art dealers and art collectors from around the world for an online symposium “Russian Avant-Garde: Original or Fake”.  James Butterwick will be speaking on Saturday, November 7 at 5pm (CET) in the panel titled after his lecture “The Dark Side of The Boom. The Mass Faking of the Russian Avant Garde”. 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 is delighted to be part of TEFAF Online 2020: an inaugural digital fair experience featuring one single masterwork per gallery

James Butterwick will join 282 exhibitors on the new digital platform, TEFAF Online. Accelerated in response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, TEFAF, whose fairs champion museum-quality art from across the ages, will host its inaugural fair November 1-4, 2020 online, with two preview days on October 30 and 31, 2020. TEFAF Online will serve the art community in place of this year’s annual TEFAF New York Fair by gathering the majority of the TEFAF global community -- exhibitors will be directly accessible to buyers in real-time -- to present 7,000 years of art history. Read More

James Butterwick Lectures Go Online

A tireless campaigner against the faking of the Russian Avant Garde, James has delivered lectures in museums and institutions both nationally and internationally. As the world adjusts to the new now, we are exploring a range of new formats. Yesterday James  gave his first lecture via Zoom to The Arts Society members in Scotland, the experience that was thoroughly enjoyed by both the audience and the speaker. Read More