January 2008: World Printmakers-Article

World Printmakers has published an article about Arkady Remennik’s career called “An Artists Own Revolution”

To read the article, please visit this link: www.worldprintmakers.com/english/remennik.htm


January 2008: Russian Business Gala - exposition
Marina Feldman and Lev Remennik - at the Exposition
Lev Remennik and former mayor of Toronto, Mel Lastman - at the Russian Business Gala exposition

Recently Arakdy Remennik’s works have been exhibited at the "Russian Business Gala 2008" at the Toronto, Paramount Conference and Event Venue. Visitors of the exhibition included figures like former mayor of Toronto Mel Lastman, representatives from the "Globe and Mail" Toronto newspaper, and famous figures from the North American Russian community.

Special attention was drawn to Remennik’s work, "Portrait of the artist”,
which was a finalist of the International Jewish Artists of the Year Awards Competition, exhibited in Christi's London, England in 2007.

More than 30 of Arkady’s works in different techniques & media such as: paper engravings, monotypes, drawings and oil paintings were exhibited at the event. Many of them were made more then 50 years ago.

Lots of attention was drawn to his patented paper engraving technique.
We were delighted to received so much attention from VIP guests, members of the press and collectors alike.

Portrait of an Artist - 1956
September 2007: Small Impressions International Juried Exhibition

  Arkady Remennik became a finalist at the New Jersy based Small Impressions competition. The competition juried by Dr. Nancy Einreinhofer, director of the Ben Shahn Galleries at William Paterson University.

   Arkady was a finalist at the exhibit, where he had two of his pieces on show. This is the first time his Paper Engraving technique was featured at a competition.


Portrait - Paper Engraving
Landscape - Paper Engraving
March 2007: IJAYA Competition at Christie's London

  Arkady Remennik was recently invited to London, England as a finalist of the International Jewish Artist of the Year Awards (IJAYA). He was recognized for his 1956 tempera painting, “Portrait of an Artist”. The painting was exhibited at Christie’s exhibition hall in London. While there, Arkady received further acknowledgment for his work.

  The event marked a new frontier for Arkady in the new millennium.


Portrait of an Artist - 1956
Arkady and Anthony McNerney (Christie's Associate Director of Post-War and Contemporary Department)