Nothing but harmony. Vladimir Weisberg from the collections of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. A.S. Pushkin and Inna Bazhenova.

Exhibition January 31 − July 28, 2019
Foundation IN ARTIBUSand the Pushkin Museum to them. A.S. Pushkin is united by two large Russian collections of Vladimir Weisberg - a museum and a private one - and open a monographic exhibition"Nothing but harmony" one of the most prominent Russian painters of the XX century.

This will be the largest and most long exhibition of Weisberg in the entire history of exhibiting his works. Within six months, more than 50 paintings will be exhibited and a large collection of graphics.
The number of paintings presented at the exhibition will include works from the earliest to the forties, until the last work of the master Venus and Geometry (1984), which remained unfinished on an easel.
Viewers will again see one of the rarest landscapes of Weisberg “The Bush” (1947), early still lifes from “Snedi” to “Khlebov” (1950), the famous double portrait “Shcheglovs Family” (1958); vivid female images of the turn of the 1950-60s; The landmark works of the 1960s - the time of transition from color to white, as well as the whole diversity of the period “white on white” (1970-80s)

The Pushkin Museum. A.S. Pushkinwhere the most complete collection of the artist's works is stored, has provided over 60 works to the exhibition. Never before have the works of Weisberg in such significant numbers left the museum’s funds. The second block of the exhibition will consist of graphic works from the private collection of Inna Bazhenova.

Vladimir Weisberg (1924-1985) - an outstanding artist and theorist, a key figure of Russian art of the second half of the twentieth century. His work does not fit into the framework of official art or in the circle of non-conformist activities.
Weisberg is an artist of tradition, who worked according to strict rules of classical painting and who saw as his goal the comprehension of its laws.