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The subject index / Art Bureau of N. E. Dobychina

Art Bureau of N. E. Dobychina

Categories / Art/Fine Arts/Exhibition Halls, Galleries, Festivals
Categories / Art/Fine Arts/Art and Literary Associations

ART BUREAU OF N. E. DOBYCHINA, agency negotiating between artists and the public for the purpose of sales and hire. Opened in the fall of 1911 by N. E. Dobychina (1884-1950), it was located in the building of the Russian Foreign Commerce Bank (63 Moika River Embankment) from October 1913, moving to Adamini House (7 The Field of Mars, 2d floor) in November 1914, where it hosted exhibitions by the World of Art movement (1915-17), The Exhibition of Left Art Movements (April - May 1915), The Last Futuristic Art Exhibition 0,10, showing K. S. Malevich's Black Square (December 1915 - January 1916), the N. I. Kulbin Memorial Exhibition (June 1918) and others. It also organised music concerts, plays and literary gatherings. In early 1919 the bureau was closed down.

O. L. Leikind, D.Y. Severyukhin.

Dobychina (Fishman) Nadezhda Evseevna
Kulbin Nikolay Ivanovich
Malevich Kazimir Severinovich

Moika River Embankment/Saint Petersburg, city, house 63
The Field of Mars/Saint Petersburg, city, house 7

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Russian Bank for Foreign Trade
World of Art, Association

New Society of Artists

NEW SOCIETY OF ARTISTS, art association founded in 1903 on the initiative of artist D. N. Kardovsky (chairman) by his pupils I. E. Repin and A. I. Kuindzhi. Intended to support graduates and graduates-to-be of the Academy of Arts

World of Art, Association

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