The recently republished Nadia Russ Faces: 1989-1996 Moscow contains 59 pieces of art by NeoPopRealism artist Nadia Russ. The book, first published in Moscow in 1996, has been re-printed in the United States and includes Nadia Russ’ (aka Nadejda Maloletneva) works on canvas and paper.
Published by NeoPopRealism PRESS, Nadia Russ Faces: 1989-1996 Moscow is written in English with a Russian translation, with a majority of color art work, which were created between 1989 and 1996. Together with her NeoPopRealism works, you’ll find experiments in Abstract and Surrealism and will learn about the artist’s creativity and perception, as well as her personal and social life during those years. The back cover of the book features the first version of artist’s well-known 1995 painting Queen of Magic.