Marina Loshak

Marina Devovna Loshak (Russian: Мари́на Дэвовна Лоша́к, Ukrainian: Марина Девівна Лошак, surname Boskis; born November 22, 1955, Odesa, Ukrainian SSR, USSR) is a Soviet and Russian curator, gallery owner, art manager, collector, museum worker. Director of the Pushkin Museum (2013[1]-2023).[2][3]

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One of the leading curators of the Russian avant-garde. Co-founder, co-owner (with Maria Salina) and art director of the Proun Gallery at Winzavod (since 2007). Art Director of the Moscow Museum and Exhibition Association Manezh (2012-2013). Member of the Expert Council of the Kandinsky Prize.[4]

Collector of naive art and headdresses.[5]

She married to Viktor Loshak (born 1952), Russian journalist, editor. Their daughter Anna Mongait (née Loshak, born 1978) is a Russian journalist and TV presenter.[6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Марина Лошак и Владимир Урин удостоены японских орденов Восходящего солнца". Archived from the original on 2019-05-21. Retrieved 2019-05-21.
  2. ^ "Директор Пушкинского музея Марина Лошак написала заявление об увольнении". Meduza (in Russian). Retrieved 2023-03-20.
  3. ^ Искусствовед в штатском. Блогеры о директоре Пушкинского музея // Radio Svoboda
  4. ^ Сменился состав жюри премии Кандинского // Lenta.ru
  5. ^ Головной убор — это самоидентификация // Nezavisimaya Gazeta
  6. ^ "Без дураков. Виктор Лошак". Эхо Москвы. 2012-05-20.

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