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The Morozov Collection - Icons of Modern Art

Modern Art - Editions Gallimard / Fondation Louis Vuitton - Hardcover - 440 pages - Textes en English - Publié en 2021

The second installment of Icons of Modern Art, the major exhibition organized by Fondation Louis Vuitton, brings together more than 170 unparalleled masterpieces from the collection of modern French and Russian art created by the Muscovite brothers Mikhail and Ivan Morozov.

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Référence 9782072904592
Artiste-Genre Modern Art
Auteur(s) Anne Baldassari
Editeur(s) Gallimard / Fondation Louis Vuitton
Format Hardcover
Nb. de pages 440
Langue English
Dimensions 280 x 300
Date parution 2021
Musée Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris

Exhibition Catalogue The Morozov Collection. Icons of Modern Art, presented at Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris (September 22, 2021 - February 22, 2022).

Following the exhibition of the collection of Sergei Shchukin, Fondation Louis Vuitton continues its exploration of the cultural and intellectual world of Russia's collectors and patrons, pioneers of modern art.

Presented for the first time outside Russia, the Morozov collection includes iconic works by Manet, Rodin, Monet, Pissarro, Toulouse-Lautrec, Renoir, Sisley, Cézanne, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Bonnard, Denis, Maillol, Matisse, Marquet, Vlaminck, Derain, and Picasso, alongside works of celebrated Russian artists from the turn of the twentieth century, such as Repin, Vrubel, Korovin, Golovin, Serov, Larionov, Goncharova, Malevich, Mashkov, Konchalovsky, Utkin, Saryan, and Konenkov.

The unprecedented presentation of work by these artists represents an exceptional opportunity for discovering them anew.

The philanthropic brothers Mikhail Abramovich Morozov (1870-1903) and Ivan Abramovich Morozov (1871-1921) dominated Moscow's cultural life from the end of the nineteenth century until the early twentieth century, along with the Tretyakov, Mamontov, Ryabushinsky, and Shchukin families. Their unconditional support of European and Russian contemporary art was integral to the international recognition of modern French painters.

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