An internationally-acclaimed artist, Kovalenchikova received First Prize and Medal of Honor for her work at the VIII International Florence Biennale of Contemporary Art in 2011. Her paintings are in the collections of the RABO Bank, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, The National Museum of The Republic of Belarus, Minsk, Kolodzei Art Foundation in New York, the Belarusian Embassy in London, the collection of Wayne F. Yakes and numerous other private and public holdings. The artist lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
A pair of Kovalenchikova’s paintings are prominently featured in the Manhattan Art & Antiques Center Second Avenue display window along with “Le Manger D’Huitres,” a rare bronze by Edouard Drouot (French, 1859-1945) depicting a youth enjoying an oyster, among other objects of thematic significance. For more information about the works in this exhibition, contact Intertrus, Gallery 60, at 212.888.4885/ email@example.com.