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The 44th RUSSIAN ART & ANTIQUE FAIR
takes place on February 6-11, 2018 in the most prestigious exhibition hall in Moscow –Central Manege, which location allows to call it the real heart of the city. 

Russian Art & Antique Fair is happy to invite top antique and contemporary art galleries, that show only the best in Russian and international art.
At the same time, it is our opinion that the jewelers play a brilliant role in this outstanding event. 

The Fair features the following sections:
Antique Art
Modern Art
Contemporary Art
High Jewelry
Design Gallery
Couture

The exhibitors are welcomed to present masterpieces of West-European and Russian art, icons, decorative and applied art, and jewelry.

The Russian Antique Fair was launched more than twenty years ago and is today the only fair in Russia in the field of antique trade. Over 250 galleries from Russia (Moscow, Saint-Petersburg and other Russian cities) as well as from Germany, Italy, the United States, and France traditionally take part at the Fair. More than 20 000 collectors and art lovers visit the fair during 9 days.

The Russian Art & Antique Fair is organized with the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, International Confederation of Art and Antique Dealers, a member of CINOA, and the Association of Collectors of Russia.

In order to keep the high artistic level of the fair the Organizers use the help of Expert Council consists of experts working in leading museums, restoration and research centers in Moscow and specializing in ancient, Russian, Western and Eastern art. Expert Council makes recommendations on the exhibits and the content of the fair catalog. It enables the Fair to stand alongside major international antique fairs.

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October 17, from 16.00 till 21.00
October 18-25, from 12.00 till 20.00

ABOUT RUSSIAN ANTIQUE SALON

A modern European megacity Moscow is also an ancient city located at the crossroads between East and West, Northern Europe and Central Asia. For several hundred years Moscow has been a melting pot of many cultural traditions - here art treasures and artifacts of museum level have been accumulating and passing from one art collection to another.

The Russian Antique Salon was launched more than twenty years ago and during these years it has become an authoritative and important event in the world of antiquarian trade.

The Salon takes place twice a year: in spring and fall, at the Central House of Artists’ Exhibition Hall. We share the building with the Tretyakov Art Gallery and are located just one kilometer away from the Kremlin.

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Nearly 300 antique galleries and private collections exhibit at the Salon. They come from Moscow, St Petersburg, and other cities of Russia, and also from Great Britain, Germany, Italy, USA, France, Sweden, Switzerland, and other countries. Many of them are members of the CINOA (The International Federation of Dealer Associations.)

The Russian Antique Salon is a place of remarkable discoveries. It is known for its high-quality expert assessment. You can find here many real masterpieces of world art, dating back to the Middle Ages through the early 20th century.

Painting by Western European old masters and Russian artists are represented by such outstanding names as Nicolas Bodesson, Ludovico Carracci, Giuseppe Cesari, Jacopo del Conte, Lucas Cranach the Younger, Pablo Picasso, Giovanni Battista Salvi, Frans Snyders, Ivan Aivazovsky, Nikolai Ghe, Natalia Goncharova, Isaac Levitan, Kazimir Malevich, Vladimir Makovsky, Vassily Polenov, Ilya Repin, Svyatoslav Roerich, to name a few.
The Salon’s highlight is special noncommercial expositions taking up space in the central part of the exhibition floor. Each year the Salon offers a new special exposition composed of works of art from private collections. These special expositions are noted for their wide-ranging national, temporal and genre variety. In the last few years, our connoisseurs of antiques showed great appreciation of such special projects as “Hunting is my Passion. The Theme of Hunting in the Art of the 18th and 19th Centuries”, “The Lesser Dutchmen. 17th-century Dutch Painting”, “Masterpieces of Chinese Art”, “The Cranach Family, their Predecessors and Contemporaries. German Painting of the 15th and Early 16th Centuries”, “Classical Images in 18th- and 19th-century Clocks”, “Italian Painting from the 14th through 18th Century”, “Empire: the Style of Two Emperors (Napoleon and Alexander) from Private Collections”, and many more.

We’ll be happy to see you among the participants at or visitors to the Russian Antique Salon.

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