EXHIBITIONS

Moses Feigin’s works are represented in collections of Russian Museums in Moscow, St.Petersburg, Ivanovo, Zagorsk, as well as in private collections and museums in Great Britain, West Germany, Switzerland and the USA. He was the last surviving member of the “Jack of Diamonds”  art group, that was active during the early 20th century.

Gallery ARTSTORY Moses Feigin’s Exhibition “Frantic Orpheus”
18 December – 8 February 2014

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Exhibition Moses Feigin. “Frantic Orpheus”, which will be held in the gallery ARTSTORY from December 18, 2014 February 8, 2015 is dedicated to the 110th anniversary of the famous artist, the last bearer of the traditions of Russian avant-garde Moses Feigin (1904-2008). He who has lived more than a century (104 years old!), was lucky enough to become a link between the revolutionary innovators of the early XX century (“Jack of diamonds”) and CONTEMPORARY ART.

December 18 in 19.00 – the gallery ARTSTORY will lecture of the head of Department of contemporary art at the State Tretyakov gallery, Ph.D. Cyril Svetliakov on the theme of “traditions of the Jack of diamonds in Russian art of the second half of the twentieth century. Progress and regression. ADMISSION is free.
Gallery ARTSTORY celebrates the anniversary of the MASTER OF the new Grand retrospective of his work. The exhibition of paintings and sketches, drawings from the archive of the artist’s family and major private collections. Early avant-garde work, a painting of the Soviet period, over which the artist worked secretly, and works of the latter, the post-Soviet years, when Pagina finally come recognition and fame. Most of the works exhibited for the first time.

Галерея ARTSTORY отмечает юбилей мастера новой большой ретроспективой его работ. В составе экспозиции живописные работы, а также эскизы, рисунки из архива семьи художника и крупных частных коллекций. Ранние авангардные работы, картины советского времени, над которыми художник работал тайно, и произведения последних, постсоветских лет, когда к Фейгину наконец пришли признание и слава. Большинство произведений экспонируется впервые.
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Михаил Опенгейм – о новой выставке в галерее ARTSTORY, о ее герое, и о коллекции, которая с него началась.

В галерее ARTSTORY до 8 февраля 2015г. проходит выставка «Моисей Фейгин. Неистовый Орфей». Организаторы проекта поставили задачу с максимальной полнотой показать творческую биографию Моисея Фейгина – выдающегося художника, последнего носителя традиций русского авангарда, ученика знаменитых художников объединения «Бубновый валет». Совладелец галереи ARTSTORY, куратор новой масштабной экспозиции Михаил Опенгейм рассказал в интервью Ирине Мак о выставке и ее герое, о коллекции, которая с него началась.

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Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts , 2010

Vesti.Ru  Moses Feigin’s solo exhibition  “Confession of a Harlequin”

18 May – July

“Confessions of a Harlequin.” Exhibition of the artist, entered the Guinness World Records

Author: Anton Nikolaev

Visitors view Feigin paintings exhibited at the Pushkin Museum, Moscow in 2011

Visitors view Feigin paintings exhibited at the Pushkin Museum, Moscow in 2011

Two actors, attired like subjects in the artist’s paintings of clowns, at the opening of the Feigin exhibition at the Pushkin Museum, Moscow, 2010

Two actors, attired like subjects in the artist’s paintings of clowns, at the opening of the Feigin exhibition at the Pushkin Museum, Moscow, 2010

In the Pushkin Museum, an exhibition last avant-garde early XX century Moses Feigin.

In 2008, Moses Feigin made the Guinness World Records as the oldest at the time working as an artist of the world. Then he was 103 years old. Recent years, Moses Feigin virtually blind, yet – continued to write.”Do not write, he could not. Many of these paintings – the artist’s daughter, Anna, – Feigin wrote at night. He survived, and their students, and their teachers, among whom were Konchalovsky, Mashkov and Osmerkin – members of the legendary avant-garde of the “Jack of Diamonds”. When asked how he felt about the works of great artists of the past, Feigin just waved, “They are all boys: and Rubens, and Leonardo, and Rembrandt.”

“As an artist Moses Feigin held just in the last decade of his life, when he got the opportunity to write what he wanted. Previously, he for many years, like many at the time, was forced to make a living by official orders – portraits of members of the Politburo. Once he ordered a four-storey high-rise to the head of Stalin at Tinkers waterfront. To appreciate his work, the artist had to several times a day to rise to the height of the 29th floor is an unfinished building,” says the grandson of the artist Leonid Feigin.

“In 1959 in Moscow, the American National Exhibition. Exposition American art like emancipated artist. Since then, his paintings resemble a never-ending carnival where all the characters the tragic” said the daughter of the artist Anna Feigin. ”The exhibition at the Pushkin Museum will be shown only a small part of the creative heritage of Moses Feigin. And it’s not that the museum does not have enough space. Just most canvases were destroyed by the artist during his lifetime explains curator Anna Chuditskaya. Out of poverty, which, however, Moses himself Feigin erected in principle, he did not buy a new canvas, and glosses over the old: from the top, said new pictures. Similar to how it did painters. So, looking at any of these paintings, viewers can only guess what is hidden under multiple layers of paint Moses Feigin.

 

 

 

 Central House of Artist,2008

August -September 2008, Moscow

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September 11, 2008, the Central House of Artists will celebrate the life of artist of Moses Feigin, who died aged 104 in February this year, with an exhibition of the massive body of work that he compiled during his long life. Feigin was the last surviving member of the controversial Bubnovy Balet (Jack of Diamonds) artist circle, which included the likes of Robert Falk and Ilya Mashkov, and was one of the “largest and most significant exhibition societies of the early Russian avant- garde.”

 

 

 

 

Central House of Artists Exhibition, Moscow, 2007

“103 Years of M.Feigin’s Artistic Feat” 

This  extraordinary exhibition included only works that were created when the artist was over 100 years of age, and was widely celebrated by artists and art lovers the world over.

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Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, 2003

Moses Feigin -100 years Anniversary

24 November – December

Master artist Moses Feigin receives formal recognition during the opening of his solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, 2003

Master artist Moses Feigin receives formal recognition during the opening of his solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, 2003

Exhibition Poster, 2003

Exhibition Poster, 2003

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State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, 2000

Art Exhibition “Moses Feigin” Devoted to his 95th birthday

Krymsky Val, 10

February 18

Invitation for the State Tretyakov Gallery Exhibition, 2000

Invitation for the State Tretyakov Gallery Exhibition, 2000

Tretyakov Gallery Exhibitiion booklet, 2000

Tretyakov Gallery Exhibitiion booklet, 2000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, 2000

“Feigin – Chirkov” Exhibition, Moscow

Exhibition ticket June, 2000

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KUK Galerie, Germany, 1999

Germany (from KUK Galerie website)

Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schröder is welcomed in the German management academy, Lower Saxony, where the exhibition “Wehi,” organized by Barbara Walbröhl, “Soviet Avant-garde Early 20 Century”.  Opening speech at the exhibition was given by Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schröder.

Gerhard Schroder, right, presented the opening speech at the KUK Gallery in Germany in 1999 in which Feigin’s work was included

Gerhard Schroder, right, presented the opening speech at the KUK Gallery in Germany in 1999 in which Feigin’s work was included

Visitors of the exhibition “Wehi,” included Dr. Meyer Dohm, Volkswagen; Manfred Gardyan, Dr. Müller, Preussag and AG, Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schröder who are pictured with “Pink Moon”

Visitors of the exhibition “Wehi,” included Dr. Meyer Dohm, Volkswagen; Manfred Gardyan, Dr. Müller, Preussag and AG, Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schröder who are pictured with “Pink Moon”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

State Tretyakov Gallery: Solo exhibition of M.Feigin Moscow, 1995

 

 

Central House of Artists, Moscow, 1994

Solo exhibition of Moses Feigin

 

 

 

Colling Gallery, London, United Kingdom, 1990

First Major Exhibition in the United Kingdom “Moses Feigin”  Cooling Gallery, London Sept 12 – Oct 12, 1990

Exhibition Catalogue, 1990

Exhibition Catalogue, 1990

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«M.O.C.X.» Solo  exhibition “Moses Feigin”, Moscow,1979

Exhibition Catalogue, Moscow,1979

Exhibition Catalogue, Moscow,1979

The folowing nine artworks from M.Feigin’s solo exhibition of the  «M.O.C.X.»  in Moscow in 1979 are included in Luba Matusovsky’s collection: 

      Feigin, BEAUTY, canvas, oil, 94 x 64. cm (37” x 25.”), 1970

     Feigin, BLUE AND RED, hardboard, oil, 27 x 30 cm (10.6 x 11.8”), 1970

    Feigin, TIME, pressboard, foil, oil, 52 x 66. cm (19.7” x 26.”), 1971

     Feigin, TEMPTATION OF ST. ANTHONY, pressboard, oil, foil, 76 x 83.    cm (29.9” x 32.7”), 1971

     Feigin, JUPITER, pressboard, oil, foil, 51 x 38 cm (20.” x 15”), 1971

6      Feigin, DREAM, pressboard, oil, 99 x 43. cm (39” x 17.”), 1973

7      Feigin, CURTAINS from “Circus” series, pressboard, oil, 48 x 40 cm (18.9 x 15.7”), 1974

8      Feigin, IMPRISONED from “You’ll be Hung” series, pressboard, foil, oil, 100 x 80 cm (39” x 31.”), 1975

9      Feigin, COMPOSITION ON TRUNCATED CANVAS, pressboard, oil, 56 x 49. cm (22” x 19.”), 1975

These artworks were listed in the exhibition catalogue.

 

 

Exhibition Hall, Vavilov Street, Moscow , 1978

“M. Feigin and V. Fedorov”