Nadejda Maloletneva, also known as Nadia Russ, is a Ukrainian-born Russian artist. She created a new style of visual arts called NeoPopRealism , which combines the brightness and simplicity of Pop Art with deep Realism and reflects the new millennium.
At the end of 2006 & in 2007 several Ukrainian art museums - Sumy Art Museum, Simferopol Museum of Art, Lebedyn Art Museum, World Erotic Art Museum in Miami Beach (USA), Ukrainian Museum in New York City, MOYA (Museum of Young Art)  in Vienna, Austria collected her NeoPopRealist canvases and drawings  . This new style was widely accepted by art lovers, artists & photographers, who began work in the NeoPopRealist manners.
Also, art works by Nadia Russ were collected by Kinsey Institute/Indiana University, and a book by Nadia Russ (2010) "NeoPopRealism Starz: 21st Century ART, 2nd Volume Erotica As A High Artistic Inspration" (a compendium of new millennium contemporary art) can be found in the Kinsey Research Library , in Detroit Art Institute Research Library and other art institutions.
In April 2007, Nadia Russ founded NeoPopRealism Journal   and in 2008 - Wonderpedia 
In 2008, Nadia Russ founded NeoPopRealism Starz International Art Competitions  and published two books-catalogs (2009-2010) "NeoPopRealism Starz: 21st Century ART" - ISBN:9781441570857  and ISBN:9781450049955  which included art works of artists winners, some other competitions' participants and her article "NeoPopRealism Evolution" with images of her art work.