How uninteresting our life would be without the miracle of art! Beautiful images, unique pieces of furniture, shapes and colors - that is what helps us experience life to its fullest! We enjoy surrounding ourselves with pieces or art, and in the process we do our best to support emerging artists by exhibiting their work and inviting everyone we know to their gallery.
In August 2007 we first opened the doors of our Soho office to the art gallery, and once every couple of months we host a new exhibition. Whenever possible, artists donate all or partial proceeds from the sales of their work to a charity of their choice.
Ball Masquerade by Irina Kruzhilina
Irina Kruzhilina is a theatre artist, painter, and fashion designer. Her work has been featured at internationally prestigious venues, such as the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the National Theatre of Czech republic, Fisher Center for Performing Arts and many others. Irina has worked extensively with acclaimed directors such as Ruth Maleczech (Mabou Mines), David Chambers (Yale School of Drama), Doug Fitch, and Ken Roth’s Orphean Circus.
The beautiful art by Sergey Voronin
Sergey Voronin was born in Moscow in 1974; he started to study art in school, and in 1998 he graduated from Moscow Architect Institute. In 2000 he became the winner of British – Russian Contest” Russia and Western Europe 2000”. Sergey worked with a number of publishing houses and architect groups as a designer and interior designer. Since 2001 he’s been teaching art in Moscow Architect Institute. You can find Sergey Voronin’s art in many private collections in St.Petersburg, Moscow, Paris, London and New York.
The exhibit of wonderful art by Alexander "Petrovich" Voytsekhovsky
One of the critics said about Alexander and his book of drawings: "Art does not come in the form of a specific medicine, and yet it cures us of meaningless temptations, gives us vital energy, increases our resistance to common infections, raises our spirits, and forces us to laugh at ourselves. We recommend you to follow the prescriptions given by the author of this book, the doctor and artist Alexander Voytsehovsky."
The art show by Anna Pulvermakher
Anna Pulvermakher is a talented artist currently residing and working in New York City. Anna was born and raised in St. Petersburg, Russia. Anna's show at Evan's will presented woodcuts from various series which were completed in the last five years in New York.
Iosef Yusupov Exhibition
In September 2008 we were proud to host an exhibition of paintings, designs, models, and costumes designs by Iosef Yusupov - a painter, set designer and scenic artist.
Irina Zavyalova's Collection of Works 'This Sweet Life'
Irina enjoys the post-modernist structure of old paintings, while juxtaposing new colors and eternal motion of well-known masterpieces. One can feel in these works how fearless she is in her own art, how deeply she respects and understands great painters of the past and the greatest tradition of ... breaking traditions.
Katya Levental's Gallery and New Year's Fundraiser
On December 12, 2007 we celebrated the holidays’ season with an exhibition of the wonderful works by Katya Levental. Katya is an artist, designer and a decorative painter.
Part of proceeds from the sales of Katya’s works was granted to the Kirov Orphanage in Russia and helped us buy Christmas gifts for these wonderful children.
The Art of Giving Photo Exhibition Fundraiser
In October 2007 Evans Real Estate hosted The Art of Giving Fundraiser dedicated to increase awareness about Neuroblastoma - one of the most deadly forms of pediatric cancer. It is a solid tumor cancer that strikes mainly infants and young toddlers. The incidence rate in infants is almost double that of leukemia. It has been called the "great masquerader" because its symptoms mimic so many other diseases. There is no known cure. We would like to thank everyone for your support and generosity that helped make this event a great success!
Evans' Grand Opening Reception and Nikita Polyansky's Spirit of Venice Exhibition
On August 9, 2007 Evans opened its gallery with the exhibition of paintings by Nikita Polyansky. Nikita chose Venice as the theme for his latest oil paintings and sculptures.
Born in Russia, Nikita has been connected with the theater both as an actor and an artist. In 2002 Nikita conceived & designed the famous animated Christmas windows for Sacks 5th Avenue, a work based on the Mariinsky Theatre’s ballet which he then translated into book illustrations which were published under the title The Sleeping Beauty.
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