Gifts of art, or funds to purchase art, ensure that the Museum can continue to tell the story of the world’s art.
HELP BUILD THE NEW EURASIA ART MUSEUM

Thank you to all the Generous Sponsors and Partners who make a vital contribution to our Art Movement. Your Generous Contributions allow us to develop and realize the full ambition of our Art Program with a positive vision to the future development of an exciting Eurasia Art Museum.

Eurasia Art Museum Sponsors enjoy exceptional rewards in recognition of the role they play in helping us build The Eurasia Art Museum. Support from The Leadership Circles helps the The American-Eurasian Art Foundation organize and build a museum which will welcome visitors from around the world, create one-of-a-kind exhibitions, present engaging programs, offer innovative educational activities, and continue its unique mission. The Eurasia Art Museum will recognize Leadership Circle Donors in the Member Magazine and other media outlets, and provide Sponsors with special benefits, including first access to tickets for Events, Exclusive invitations to Sponsor/Donor Receptions and other Special Events, Concierge Level Assistance, as well as all of the benefits extended to Supporter-level members.

With each Leadership Circle Donors become our most dedicated supporters. Whether from the artistic and philanthropic communities both here in America and Eurasia, Individual Donors, Corporate Donors, Foundations, and the nations of Eurasia are all welcome to donate from 100,000 to 1 million dollars to help The Eurasia Center’s American-Eurasian Art Foundation build the new Eurasia Art Musuem. Gifts at this level will include the following benefits and recognition of support throughout the Eurasia Art Museums events, publication, and building phases. All Leadership Circles will receive special naming rights on the walls of The New Museum of Eurasia Art in Washington, DC and will be publicized in our artistic events that will feature donation as our museum collections travel around the world and we collaborate with famous international museums in the United States and Europe and Asia (Eurasia).

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Thomas Masaryk
Milan Rastislav Štefánik
2018 Marks the 100 years of the Birth of the Nation of Czechoslovakia! This important commemoration is being celebrated in The Czech and Slovak Republics as a watershed event which brought Woodrow Wilson’s concept of self-determination into reality and allowed a new model of democracy to prosper and develop out of the ruins of the Post-WWI Austro-Hungarian Empire.
 
Great sacrifices were made by the Czecho-slovak Legions who fought against Germany and Austro-Hungary in World War I and later the Bolsheviks in Russia. Under the heroic leadership of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, Edvard Beneš, General Milan Rastislav Štefánik and Karel Kramář (The Czechoslovak National Council) the Allies accepted the declaration of an independent parliamentary democracy Czechoslovakia.
 
The Eurasia Center, many of whose founding members are Czechoslovak Americans, members of Charter 77, and were involved in the Velvet Revolution, are organizing a special exhibition of the great Czech Artist Pavel Vavrys to commemorate the birth of democratic Czechoslovakia. In fact, Pavel Vavrys’ uncle was a member of the Czech Legion who died fighting in WWI. His art work will celebrate the great heroes of the Czechoslovak Legion and the First Czechoslovak Republic. In addition, his rich tapestries will celebrate the great colors and the joy of life which Czechs bring to the community of nations.
 
The Eurasia Center is planning to organize a multi-part exhibition which involves a number of exhibition points for The Celebration Czechoslovakia 100 Exhibition. Participants will be thrilled to see the dynamic colors and existential dimensions of Vavrys’ Art. Proposing to start with an Exhibition in the American Embassy in Prague, The Eurasia Center would like to pay homage to President Woodrow Wilson and the great leadership effort he made to create the nation by organizing the 100 Years of Czechoslovakia Exhibition in Prague, Washington, DC and New York. 




Upcoming Exhibition 


This exhibition is primarily seen asthe history of costume, fashion and theater. The costume refers to those objects in which, as in a mirror, the perception of a person by the world and time is reflected. Clothes - this is a kind of condensed time. Studying the history of fashion and theater with the involvement of a wide context of world art will help to awaken the creative potential of a person. Knowledge of the fundamentals of style formation will become the foundation for the development of creative thinking, taste and a means for rapid adaptation in the ever changing world of fashion ..

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 ART OF EUROPE

Around National Gallery in Prague

Celebrating 95 years of Art at National Museum "Kiev Picture Gallery" 

Museum  was founded in 1922 on the basis of nationalized private collections, the basis was the collection of the Tereshchenko family. In 1934 the gallery received the status of a museum.
The museum has departments of Old Russian, XVIII-XIX centuries and Soviet art, in which painting, sculpture, graphics, art crafts are presented. Open more than 30 rooms, the collection represents more than 12 thousand objects of art
Among the oldest works of art - the icon of the pre-Mongol period "Boris and Gleb", a monument created in Novgorod in the late 12th - first half of the 13th century [2]. The works of Russian art of the pre-Soviet era are represented by D. Levitsky, V. Tropinin, V. Serov, V. Perov, V. Makovsky, V. Vasnetsov, I. Repin, M. Antokolsky, V. Vereshchagin, M. Vrubel, N. Ge , I. Shishkin, AI Kuindzhi.
Soviet art is represented by the works of artists B. Ioganson, S. Gerasimov, B. Ryauzov, S. Chuikov, D. Bayramov, sculptors I. Shadr, S. Koltsov.
The museum's premises until 1880 were a manor house, a one-story house. In 1882, according to the project of V. Schreter, the architect V. Nikolaev built the second floor and extended the estate inland. Interior decoration was completed by the architect F. Melzer. 
100 artworks and 18 world-class artists framed into the single time and space context.

On the 11th of April 2013, the national art and culture museum complex “Mystetskyi Arsenal” was presenting a unique project “100 masterpieces’ of international sculpture”.

20 of the world’s most prominent artists’ framed into the single time and space entity.

This spring Mystetskyi Arsenal gives an opportunity to see exemplary pieces’ from world’s cultural heritage without travelling to the Pompidou Centre, the d’Orsay Museum, the Tate Gallery or the MOMA. The Mystetskyi Arsenal presents works’ of the most prominent sculptors’ from the end of the XIX to the first half of the XX century, such as Auguste Rodin, Aristide Maillol, Amedeo Modigliani, Henry Moore, Jean Arp, Alexander Archipenko, Constantin Brâncuși, Rembrandt Bugatti, Paul Gauguin, Salvador Dali, Edgar Degas, Alberto Giacometti, Diego Giacometti, Hannah Orlova, Pablo Picasso, Auguste Renoir, Ossip Zadkine, and Jacques Lipchitz.
This project was made possible with a help of the Igor Voronov’s Art Fund.
       WHAT IS ART?

 ART communicates.
 Man is a social being
  ART innovated. ART gives society a   boost.  The society in which we live is a    product of creativity and innovation.
 ART is the expression of his time and his  people.
 ART shows the spirit of culture in a certain period (time) in a certain place (space).

ART makes you think.  ART lets us reflect, we observe and exchange ideas.
A work of ART is unique. ART shows the spirit of culture in a certain period (time) in a certain place (space)
ART inspires. it can be the spark to create new ideas. 
A work of ART is unique. ARTshows the spirit of culture in a certain period (time) in a certain place (space)
ART inspires. it can be the spark to create new ideas. 
ART unites, is a universal language, no matter what language you speak. 
Do you know anything multifunctional? The  ART
ART gives joy
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