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Ender & Margo Gallery January 29, 2019

Ender Gallery & Margo Gallery are delighted to announce the opening of a new gallery in the heart of the Upper East Side

Please join us for the Wine Opening Reception with the artists of this exciting and eclectic exhibition of Contemporary Art

January 29th,  2019 6-9 pm at 
51-53 east 73rd street  New York.

Exhibition on view January 29-February 10

The gallery will be open Saturdays and Sundays 1-6pm and by appointment.

Participating artists:

Alex AG
Andrew Dykes
Natasha Ozhiganova
Grigory Gurevich
Julia Vish
Artem Mirolevich
Inna Yudina
Christian Van Hedel
Yelena Lezhen
David Sharashidze
Neal Tolunsky
Inessa Laurel
Olga Doty
Julia Winter
Mukola Zhuravel
Julia Lipovetskiy
Christian van Hedel

Margo grant 917-449-2842 or email [email protected]

Ender & Margo Gallery November 14th, 2018

Ender Gallery & Margo Gallery are delighted to announce the opening of a new gallery in one of the most prestigious area in the city.
Please join us for the Champagne opening reception of this Pop Art exhibition on November 14th, 2018 6-9 pm at 51-53 east 73rd street New York.

The gallery will be open November 15-30 by appointment:
Please Call 917-449-2842 or Email [email protected]

Participating artists:

Julia Winter; Iness Kaplun; Olga Doty; Andew Dyke; Kuzma Vostrikov; Yelena Kimelblat; Adi Kraus; Jonathan Hafler; Ella Kogan; Yalery Yershov

Pop Art, though an Anglo-American phenomenon originating in the 50s, has become an international movement. Today, it continues to deal with the same, contemporary themes of mass culture, industry, and modern society. Whether Pop Art celebrates these things, is ambivalent about them, or denounces them is the subject of much debate. While this exhibit does not aim to settle that debate—though we invite you to engage in it—we hope to give some idea of what Pop Art is today through an eclectic mix of the works of ten exciting contemporary artists from around the world.

Margo grant 917-449-2842 or email [email protected]

Highline Loft, Oct. 2018


Margo Gallery is pleased to announce a pop-up art exhibition at the beautiful Highline Loft gallery space in Chelsea, New York.

Exhibition will take place on Thursday and Friday October 11th and 12th, 2018.

Champagne opening reception with the artists and live music on October 11th: 6-9 PM
Exhibition on view October 12th, 12 PM – 6 PM



Accepted Participating Artists

Pay here for your approved wall space

Wall Space (width)


Art Installation: Thursday, October 11th, 10 AM – 3 PM
De-installation: Friday, October 12th, 6 PM – 8 PM


Exhibiting Artists

Adi Kraus
Aleksandr Vishnevetskiy
Alex Gabor
Andrei Makarevich
Andrew Dykes
Annette Schreiber
Boris Grebenshikov
Brian Fass
Danny Glass
Fu Wenjun
Gabriel A. L.
Giorgi Bliadze
Grigory Gurevich
Inna Yudina
Julia Vish
Jung Lee
Kam Lucas
Marina Kalinovsky
Mary-Roud (Meri Petrosyan)
Michael Ezra
Nathan Chelnis
Natia Malazonia
Natsuko Matsumura
Nicolas Auvray
Olga Malamud-Pavlovich
Olivia Kirsanova
Robert Romano
Rudik Petrosyan
Tati Knobel
Vladimir Kezerashvili
Yelena Kimelblat
Yelena Lezhen




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Annette Schreiber

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Market Art+Design, 2018


Margo Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in the Market Art + Design, the East End’s leading modern and contemporary art and design fair.

Market Art + Design will take place at Bridgehampton Museum on Montauk Highway (Route 27) in the center of Bridgehampton town this July 5 – 8.

The fair’s eighth edition will feature 75 top galleries from around the world alongside a furniture and object oriented design presentation curated by Design Director Wesley Moon, highlighting the industry’s most innovative makers.

The Complimentary VIP Pass (follow the link below) provides entry for you and a guest beginning with the VIP Preview on Thursday evening, July 5, and includes admission to the fair all weekend long. To learn more, visit


Marcio Decker

Marcio Decker

Decker’s inspiration comes from intense colors, textures and overlapping compositions that represent the endless source of creation possible with motion and energy.

His paintings are part of private and corporate collections owned by as Palliative Care Associates LLC, Aspen Leaf Interiors LLC and Opperman/Papa, to mention a few. Decker’s latest pieces were exhibited at the Museum of the Living Artists at Balboa Park in San Diego, CA curated by Daniel Foster and The Museum of Russian Art, Visual Variety show at 25CPW Gallery in New York City.

Andrew Dykes

Andrew Dykes

Andrew Dykes is an upcoming artist based in New York, finding new grounds in the merging dichotomies of Masculinity V Femininity. He applies a specific layering approach to enhance Hyperrealism with Neo-expressionism, often portraying masculine depictions of a flower. You will not get lost in the loose brushstrokes or the elegant waves behind a petal; instead you will see the painting exactly for what it is. You will see an emboldened cluster, consolidated and contrived.

Michael Ezra

Michael Ezra

Michael Ezra is one of the influential masters of contemporary photography. Ezra’s distinctive work in sculptural nudes is focused on creation of unique laconic images of sculptural forms by using the medium of fine art photography. It is dedicated to discovery of novel concepts of sculptural form of human body and study of dualism via harmonious conjunction of contrasting elements.

Naoaki Funayama

Naoaki Funayama

Naoaki Funayama draws inspiration from both Mt. Fuji and dinosaurs, both for their connection with power, greatness, and specialty. Funayama expresses his curiosity about paleontological research and today’s interpretation of dinosaurs and the many possibilities how a dinosaur could look.

Ekatherina Savtchenko

Ekatherina Savtchenko

All of Ekatherina Savtchenko’s interests converge in her powerful Kama Sutra series, the quintessence of her complicated dynamics. Savtchenko’s series is an account of the ritual lovemaking necessary to generate the cosmos – out of ecstasy, as it were – as well as a “demonstration” of the gods all human beings are when they make love.

Amber Warren

Amber Warren

New York based artist Amber Warren uses diverse materials such as resin, modeling paste, metal, and paper to create dimensional, abstract paintings. Drawing her subject matter from nature and often incorporating found objects into her pictures, Warren’s compositions are richly textured and boldly gestural. Her nonrepresentational works push the boundaries of two-dimensional painting, the layering of pigments and materials creating a sense of both physical and psychological depth.

Show information

Show hours & Location

Margo Gallery will be located at Booth 518

Questions? Contact us today 1-646-662-3197

Katya Leonovich – March 27, 2018


F&F and Football series

Frank Sinatra was fancy guy and his team called themselves ‘The Rat Pack’. It was 50’s when Pop Art just appeared in art world.Fix & Fax I can call the reincarnation of those fancy guys of NYC. They are guys of 2018, living the life style of ‘The Rat Pack’ of nowadays.

The series of American Football in the style of Pop Art are my appreciation of the dynamic movement and the costumes of the athletes that for me is a mix of the cosmonaut’s and the ballet dancer’s.

Champagne opening reception

Tuesday, March 27th 7-9PM

Tenri Cultural Institute | 43 West 13th Street | New York, NY 10011

Group Art Exhibition February 6, 2018




Zina Zinchik

is a self taught artist who lives and work from West New York, NJ and specializing in fine art photography. She picked up camera in her late 20th to pursue passion for photography she enrolled into countless art classes and participated in workshops with globally accomplished photographers.

Her work have been printed in numerous magazines and articles and can be found in private collections around the globe.

Michael Ezra

is one of the influentials masters of contemporary photography. Ezra’s distinctive work in sculptural nudes is focused on creation of unique laconic images of sculptural forms by using the medium of fine art photography. It is dedicated to discovery of novel concepts of sculptural form of human body and study of dualism via harmonious conjunction of contrasting elements.

Lynn Neuman

Artist Statement: My paintings reflect the interplay of life in urban centers, connection and disconnection, interior and exterior, organic and inorganic and movement and stillness.

As life increasingly becomes digitized and disconnected, I encourage viewers to connect and consider. By capturing the dynamic moments where unlikely visual and compositionally rich scenes come together, they’re preserved for contemplation and reflection.

The oil paintings are based on my photography and are constructed freehand. Layers of paint increasingly create a luminous, lifelike quality, while leaving space for the viewer’s imagination.

Alexander Rees

Artist’s Statement: Search for beauty in surrounding us complicated and at times hostile world and sharing it with others was always my credo, both in art and music.

Grigory Gurevich

is a painter, sculptor, graphic artist, photographer, illustrator, bookmaker, mime and inventor. Originally from Leningrad (Saint Petersburg), Russia, he now resides in New Jersey

Diana Leviton Gondek

Observations of human nature are seen throughout her work. Inspired by real and imagined images, she works primarily with oil on canvas. Her work shows a certain kind of kinetics, and even at times transparency, to color and uncomplicated straightforwardness. Her own visual vocabulary

Outside of the US, Diana has sold artwork in Ireland, Germany and the Netherlands. She was also part of art fair exhibitions in Busan, Korea and Aqua Art Miami and in New York.

Iness Kaplun

Iness Kaplun is a Russian artist, based in Brooklyn, NY. Art has always lived in her house, started with her grandfather – who was an artist, a painter-decorator. Her love story with art has began the moment her grandfather handed Iness his brush. This love has been living inside of her throughout the years, constantly reminding of her roots and where she came from.

Iness wants to show us her vision of our modern society. A system that looks for benefits without limitations, which neglects the emotions of the human being. She creates symbolic works by mixing emotions and humor in provocative and dramatic manner. She works with the endless iconic topics and gives them life in her unique mixed media. She points out on the contradictions and effects of the modern world on the people and their environment. Iness delivers through her dramatically ironic style a message of hope, wakes up our conscious, giving an artistic testimony of our time.

Her art work has been exhibited in Chelsea Galleries as well as underground art shows.

Anna Zayachkivska

is a Ukrainian actress, artists, model and beauty pageant titleholder who represented her country in the Miss World 2013 which took place on September 28, 2013 in Bali, Indonesia

Julia Michry

Julia earned her BA in Graphic Design in just three years from New York’s School of Visual Arts, graduating with honors. Julia is proficient in Adobe Creative Suite 5 (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Fireworks). Recently, Julia was working on tablet design at People magazine. To expand her skill set, Julia joined the renowned user interface and web design firm, Rossul Design, based (virtually) in Toronto. There she brought her artistic and graphic design knowledge to the creation of websites, applications and intranets. She has also studied HTML. Please see examples of the company’s web work at In addition to magazine and book design, Julia excels in branding, identity, logos and stationary.

Eduard Belsky

was born in 1963 in Colki, Volin region, Ukraine. He studied in Republican Art School in Kiev and the Dnepropetrovsk Art School. He graduated from the Ukrainian Academy of Arts in 1991 with a degree in monumental faculty. Since 1992 he has been a member of the Art Union of painters of Ukraine. Now, he lives and works in Izola, Slovenia and cooperates with different Ukrainian and European galleries. Belsky is passionate about life and his positive attitude sparkles in all his paintings. Once he picks up his brush, he fully gives in to the process of painting, immersing in it like in meditation. Belsky lets his free spirit fly on the wings of fantasy to the top of creation

Boulat Kitaev

Artist Statement: My artwork focuses on capturing the infinite movements of vital energy. Each painting is a unique experiment attempting to understand the real beauty of the world filled with depth, emotion, and movements associated with positive energy paying close attention to details.

I’ve developed a unique style based on principals of traditional European art mixed with Eastern philosophies that explain the feeling of positive energy.

Emil Silberman

Artist Statement: I was always fascinated by the ability of art to capture an emotion, a thought or a feeling in ways more powerful than can be expressed by words. Throughout my life I strived to achieve this ability and to continuously seek new ways of expression and form. Being self-taught eventually proved to be advantageous to my development as an artist.

Despite all the technical and stylistic changes over time I always remain true to my original goal of capturing an emotion or a thought in my work.

I strive to make a viewer interact with my pieces on a level of raw emotions in a setting of unique visual experience often starting a silent dialogue between us.

Irina Lyampe

Rina believes that the most aspect of artistic creativity is the sense of wonder, mystery, discovery. Is it the sense   of connection to, yet distance from our surroundings, which she try to maintain in her paintings. The pictures she connects to most usually have a mixture of two realities; which is in the artist through previous experiences, and the present life.

Elena Osipova

Manhattan-based artist Elena Osipova was born and raised in Russia. Big cities around the world have always inspired her. Moscow, New York, San Diego are definitely her favorite places to live and create.

This art work called Super Moon she devoted to femininity and female energy which she believes is always related with the energy of the Moon.

International Art Festival 2017

You are cordially invited to attend the

International Art Festival


of 60 international artists
from 18 countries around the world

Please join us for the
champagne opening reception with the artists

on Thursday, November 2nd, 2017 6-9PM
in the spacious Highline Loft Gallery


From a vast number of submissions by artists all over the globe, a jury of art-world professionals selected 60 artists for this annual exhibition/sale. We are extremely proud of the high quality and extraordinary variety of the submissions received this year, and look forward to sharing their work with you. Don’t miss such a great opportunity to acquire art of the highest quality from great emerging and establish artists, many of whom are fresh to the New York art market.

Exhibit is Sponsored by
Catskill Distilling Company

Catskill Distilling Co

Group Art Exhibition in Chelsea

September 8 – 13, 2017



Andrew Dykes

is an upcoming artist based in New York, finding new grounds in the merging dichotomies of Masculinity V Femininity. He applies a specific layering approach to enhance Hyperrealism with Neo-expressionism, often portraying masculine depictions of a flower. You will not get lost in the loose brushstrokes or the elegant waves behind a petal; instead you will see the painting exactly for what it is. You will see an emboldened cluster, consolidated and contrived.

Dykes starts with a centered format to activates the space and create a deliberate confrontation to the viewer. He assembles a variety of mixed media, often building layer upon layer with silver and ink to bring the paintings to life. Once completed, he flattens the background and allows the subject to shine. Infusing masculinity with femininity, light with dark, and realism with abstract: the media then merge and become equivalent to the picture they create.

“I want the painting to be both visceral and mysterious: where once you begin viewing the painting, the painting soon stares back.”

Michael Ezra

has distinctive and easily recognizable style in sculptural nudes. His work is focused on creation of unique laconic images of sculptural forms by using the medium of fine art photography. It is dedicated to discovery of novel concepts of sculptural form of human body and study of dualism via harmonious conjunction of contrasting elements.

Ezra’s work with a human form, provocative and unconventional, inspired a wide following; but it is his clean and precise manner of execution of each piece that became a special hallmark of the artist. Equally found in his sculptural nudes and landscape works, it renders a unique sense of clarity and completeness to each of the master’s pieces.

“I enjoy exploring dualities, the opposing qualities inherent to everything in nature. It is then when all of them are present, I get a sense of completeness and harmony that I strive to pursue in my work.”

Yelena Lezhen

was born in Kiev, Ukraine. She graduated Kiev College of Art and Design and worked as a graphic designer after graduation. She immigrated to the US in 1989 and settled down in New York. This city impressed her by its museums, exhibitions and diversity of cultures and art life. The city life and surrounding her nature of New Jersey remains the source of her inspiration.  She is married and has two children.

Yelena’s symbolism bears an emotionality required to express, soberly and directly, a specific emotive atmosphere. In her work she tries to find a bridge connecting fantasies and reality, leading from the invisible to the visible.

Yelena Lezhen has participated in numerous art exhibitions and won a number of juried selection calls for art and awards. Recently she exhibited and sold her art works at Art Hamptons 2016, and also at art exhibitions in Barcelona, Paris, Reggio Emilia (near Milan). She will exhibit her works at SALON ART3F NICE (France) in October, 2016. Her paintings and drawings can be found in private collections around the world, including United States, Germany, Israel, Russia, and Ukraine.

Naoaki Funayama

I’m from the city that is famous for Mt. Fuji. I really like that mountain, and dinosaurs as well. Both have special meaning: “power”, “greatness” and “specialty.” The work titled “X-don” means “tooth of the unknown.” With paleontological research the whole body of a dinosaur can be restored from just the fossil of one tooth. I have questions about how that works. Human beings can’t know everything. We can only work from one part by imagining a thing’s whole. Today’s images of dinosaurs are one of the possibilities we can consider from a hypothesis. The paleontologist presents just one possibility from the limited viewpoint of a selection of relics of the past. This theory has overturned. “X-don” shows that which is larger than a mountain. I am expressing one of its possibilities.

Angelica Verkeenko

My creative process combines my passions for painting, photography, printmaking, and product design.
My current multimedia works focus on my long interest in transfer my impressions of the nature and
painting traditions.

Khachik Bozoghlian

“Sculpting is like architecture—you manipulate objects, the placement of lines and curves to create another space.”

I learned about the Viennese Expressionist painter Egon Schiele when I went to the MoMA exhibit (The Leopold Collection, Vienna) in 1997. I didn’t know anything about him until then. I was taken by Shiele’s lines and colors as well as his subject matter. I had not yet seen anyone deal with the explicit eroticism of the human body in the way he has. He abandoned the aesthetics of conventional beauty to present the psychological complexity of his subjects, including himself. His unrelenting gaze on himself and his subjects jump out from his work. For this, he was censored during his time.

Although it was never mentioned, I could see in his work the influence he had on other twentieth century artists that I admired. Schiele’s color palette is present in Francis Bacon’s work. I could see his lines coming out of Alberto Giacometti’s sculptures.

Since my visceral experience of Schiele, my mission has been to recreate his brush strokes and sensibility into my own sculptures. I want to capture the same psychological intensity that he delivered in his drawings and paintings. Like Schiele, I want to expose the human psyche