A London-based art fair will showcase the work of three contemporary Russian artists in the city's iconic Olympia Grand Hall over the next three days. Art13 London will be exhibiting artwork from Yuri Alexandrov, known for his paintings of Russia's northeastern Chukotka region; abstract painter Vlad Kulkov; and Rostan Tavasiev, a Moscow-based artist whose work has been described as Russian pop art.
Work from all three will be available to view at St Petersburg's Anna Nova Art Gallery stand in the exhibitors' hall from 1 to 3 March. Art13 is London's new art fair for modern and contemporary art, showcasing art from 1945 to the present day. The fair will feature 129 galleries from 30 different countries.