The Art Newspaper –  The work of Ernst Neizvestny, one of Russia’s most famous 20th-century artists and sculptors, held at his Shelter Island home and sculpture park on Long Island and in his Soho studio in New York, is under threat because of a court battle over his will, his widow says. Neizvestny gained international fame for standing up to Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev in 1962 over his criticism of Modern art, yet later was commissioned to design the statesman’s tombstone. – read more 


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