Alexander Rodchenko. Non-Objective Composition (1919)

Annely Juda hosts the exhibition celebrating 50 years since the gallery’s establishment as Annely Juda Fine Art in 1968. The exhibition will feature works by a selection of 50 artists who are either represented by or who have shown at the gallery, including Kazimir Malevich, Alexandra Exter, Lubov Popova and Alexander Rodchenko.

Alexandra Exter Stage Design for ‘Romeo and Juliet’ (1921)

The exhibition marks the rich history of the gallery, which has been a stalwart and influential space for artists and visitors since its opening by Annely Juda and her son David Juda in Tottenham Mews, central London.

Kasimir Malevich Three Suprematist Compositions Motifs of 1915, 1917, 1920 (ca.1924-26)

The gallery became known for exhibiting works of Russian Constructivism, Bauhaus and De Stijl showing artists such as Kandinksy, Malevich, Mondrian, Tatlin, Gabo, Lissitzky and Rodchenko, something which was rare at the time in England.