Portraits of the 18th–19th centuries from the collection of the Karisalov family | In artibus Foundation

Portraits of the 18th–19th centuries from the collection of the Karisalov family

From September 7th till November 17th, the In artibus Foundation will host the exhibition “Portraits of the 18th-19th centuries from the collection of the Karisalov family”. It will be a continuation of the “Commonwealth of Collectors” project, within the framework of which the founder of the foundation, Inna Bazhenova, invites the largest Russian patrons and collectors to present masterpieces of their collections in the halls of In artibus on Prechistenskaya Embankment.

Mikhail Karisalov will present the most interesting and unique part of his family’s collection – 30 portraits of the Russian aristocracy of the 18th-19th centuries, as well as several works of applied arts.

Partners:

Project Partner: The Art Exchange

The Art Exchange is a platform that combines art, finance and technology for buying and selling art objects.

Project partner: HIGH LIFE Residential complex Letnikovskaya, 11 from Pioneer Group

A new premium residential complex with panoramic windows and bay windows, club infrastructure for residents and two-level landscaping in the courtyard.

Transport partner of the project: FineArtWay

FineArtWay provides a full range of services related to art logistics: local and international transportation, installation, dismantling and storage of gallery and museum exhibitions.

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