Exhibitions by Angelica Verkeenko:


2017    K&P Chelsea Gallery 

547 West 27 St. #518  New York, NY.

September 6 – September 13


2017    «Art and Fashion Week» by Art Alliance and Elegant New York

Gallery Shchukin,110 East 31 St.  New York , NY

September 15 – September 21


2017      Group exhibition by International Art Fest

Chelsea Gallery




2017    Museum of Russian Art  MORA  Jersey City, New Jersey, USA

2014    “Hall-Barnet”  Gallery, NOLA

2014    “MEDEA”  movie project. A new creation by the International Theatre, Laboratorium-USA 2014

2014    “The Birds Nest”  Studio,Gallery and event place , NOLA

2014    “Three Revers Gallery” Covengton , LA

2014    New  Orleans  Street  Gallery  Project


2013    Art  opening  “KEVIN GILLENTINE GALLERY”,LA

2012    Presentation  four  compositions  on  the  theme “Mythological  Images

of  the  Opera”  in  the  project  Preservation  Resource  Center

“37 th Annual  HOLIDAY Home Tour”,LA

2012    Southeastern Louisiana University, SLU  Art Gallery, Hammond, LA

Sixth  Annual  Louisiana  “FINE  ART SHOWCASE  2012″

2012    Contemporary Arts Center (C.A.C.) NOLA NOW  Part II :” The Human Figure”

2012    Openinig  Art , Oliver  presents  ” The Parlor de Ville”LA

2011    Opening Art, Hotel  JW Marriott,LA

2009    Angela King Gallery Royal St., NOLA

2009   “Russian Art Week”  (Art Week Exhibitions, Moscow/St.Petersburg)

2008   “75th Anniversary”  of  the  Exhibition  Hall  Manege, St. Petersburg,Russia

2006   “Auturm – 2006 ”  (The  Union of Artists of Russia )

2004   “Autumn – 2004 ” (The Union of Artists of Russia )

2004   “Autumn – 2004 ” (The Union of Artists of Russia )

2004   “Autumn – 2004 ” (The Union of Artists of Russia )

2002    Festival ‘”Flying through Time”

2003   “How to Draw a Suit” ( The Union of Theatrical Figures)

2002    “The Russian Ark”

(Russian: Русский ковчег, Russkiy  Kovcheg) is a 2002 historical drama film directed  by Alexander Sokurov. It was filmed entirely in the                    Winter  Palace  of  the  St.Petersburg, Russia,  State Hermitage Museum using a single 96- minute Steadicam sequence shot.

The  film was  entered into the 2002 Cannes Film Festival