Katerina Belkina – Revival

Peter Gill, International Art Exhibition 2015/04, April 1, 2015
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Kandinsky Gallery | Peter Blume | Sickert in Dieppe | Joan Mitchell Retropective | Rachel Howard: At Sea | The 80's Figuarative Painting in West Germany | Wei Dong | Sean Scully | Ben Johnson | Anj Smith | Splendour & Misery | Edvard Munch | Katerina Belkina | Wilfredo Lam | Berlin Metropolis | Archibald Motley 



The Solomon R Guggenheim Museum New York | Kandinsky Gallery


Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art | Peter Blume


Pallant House Gallery Chichester | Sickert in Dieppe


Kunsthaus Bregenz | Joan Mitchell Retropective


Jerwood Gallery Hastings | Rachel Howard: At Sea


Städel Museum Frankfurt am Main | The 80's Figuarative Painting in West Germany


Sotheby's S|2 Hong Kong | Wei Dong


Kewenig Galerie Berlin | Sean Scully


Southampton City Art Gallery | Ben Johnson


Hauser & Wirth London | Anj Smith


Musée d´Orsay | Splendour & Misery


Albertina Vienna | Edvard Munch


Galerie Lilja Zakirova Heusden | Katerina Belkina


Centre Pompidou Paris | Wilfredo Lam


Neue Galerie New York | Berlin Metropolis


Whitney Museum of American Art New York | Archibald Motley



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