Nadia Russ

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Nadejda Maloletneva, also known as Nadia Russ, is a Ukrainian-born Russian artist. She created a new style of visual arts called NeoPopRealism [1], which combines the brightness and simplicity of Pop Art with deep Realism and reflects the new millennium.

Nadia Russ has shown her work in Europe, the United States [2] and the Bahamas. (She resided in the Grand Bahamas 1996-2000)[3].

She has lived in the United States since 2000, in New York City and south Florida.

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) [2] in Vienna, Austria collected her NeoPopRealist canvases and drawings [4] [3]. 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 [4], in Detroit Art Institute Research Library [5]and other art institutions.

In April 2007, Nadia Russ founded NeoPopRealism Journal [6] [7] and in 2008 - Wonderpedia [8][9]

In 2008, Nadia Russ founded NeoPopRealism Starz International Art Competitions [10] and published two books-catalogs (2009-2010) "NeoPopRealism Starz: 21st Century ART" - ISBN:9781441570857 [11] and ISBN:9781450049955 [12] which included art works of artists winners, some other competitions' participants and her article "NeoPopRealism Evolution" with images of her art work.

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Notes & References

  1. NY Arts Magazine - Nadia Russ
  2. [1]
  3. Personal web-site
  4. Article in Russian (no English translation)
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