The Kolodzei Art Foundation promotes the contemporary art of Russia and the former Soviet Union. The Kolodzei Art Foundation often utilizes the artistic resources of the Kolodzei Collection of Russian and Eastern European Art, one of the world's largest private collections, with over 7,000 artworks by over 300 artists from Russia and the former Soviet Union from the 1950s through today.The Kolodzei Art Foundation, founded in 1991, arranges art exhibitions in museums, universities and cultural centers throughout the United States, Russia and Europe. The Collection was started by Tatiana Kolodzei in Moscow during the late 1960s at the height of the Cold War. There are now over 300 artists in the Kolodzei Collection of Russian and Eastern European Art. The Collection includes works by such well known artists of the 1960s and 1970s as Ilya Kabakov, Komar and Melamid, Eduard Shteinberg, Vladimir Nemukhin, Pyotr Belenok, Erik Bulatov, Ivan Chuikov, Francisco Infante, Viacheslav Koleichuk, Bela Levikova, Mikhail Shvartsman, Oleg Vassiliev, Vladimir Yankilevsky, Leonid Lamm, Valeri Yurlov, Dmitri Krasnopevtsev, Anatoly Zverev, Eduard Gorokhovsky, Dmitri Plavinsky, Rimma Gerlovina and Valeriy Gerlovin, Vladimir Yakovlev [ru] , Ernst Neizvestny, and many others. There are artists of the 1980s and 1990s such as Igor Novikov, Andrei Budaev, Shimon Okshteyn, Dimitry Gerrman, Farid Bogdalov, Asya Dodina, Slava Polishchuk, Olga Bulgakova, Valerii and Natasha Cherkashin, Irina Danilova, Genia Chef, Leonid Borisov, Andrei Karpov, Evgenii Gorokhovskii, Sergei Volokhov, Valery Koshlyakov, Sergei Mironenko, Andrei Filipov, Semen Agroskin, Mamut Churlu, Tatiana Antoshina, and others.
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