Susan Swartz announces a solo exhibition at The Ludwig Museum at The State Russian Museum (Marble Palace) in St. Petersburg, Russia.
The exhibition opens on Tuesday November 28th, 2017 and will be on view through January 28, 2018. This will be the latest iteration of Swartz’s Personal Path exhibition following very successful shows in Budapest, Koblenz, and Salzburg.
Personal Path at The Ludwig Museum at the Russian Museum will feature many of Swartz’s newer paintings including those from her Contemplation, Nature Revisited, and Irregular Mist series. Also on view will be her dramatic moving art video.
Esteemed Russian art critic Alexander Borovsky will write the text for the exhibition catalog. In addition to his notable writings on the Hermitage, Borovsky has established himself as an expert on 20th century art. He is a jury member for numerous award competitions including Innovatsia, the Sergey Kuryokhin Prize, Ars Fennica, and the Kandinsky Prize.
Part of the Russian Museum, the Ludwig Museum in St Petersburg is comprised of artwork donated by the German collectors Irene and Peter Ludwig. The museum’s collection contains important works of American pop-art and German neo-expressionism.
Additional information about Personal Path at The Ludwig Museum in St Petersburg will be forthcoming.