A number of famous writers, including the Turkish poet Nazim Hikhmet, visited Volkov’s studio during a conference of Asian and African writers in Tashkent.
The artist’s son Aleksandr launches a campaign to rehabilitate Volkov’s work.
After an earthquake in Tashkent, Volkov’s sons rescue the artist’s work and bring it to Moscow. The family of Maria Bubnova, Aleksandr’s wife, kindly offer their flat as storage.
Personal exhibition described as “The Second Coming” of Volkov’s work is held at Pushkin museum in Moscow. From now on, the major museums of Russia begin to collect Volkov’s work.
A second international exhibition entitled “Russian Art from the Scythian to our time“ opens in Paris and “Grand Palais”
The Tretyakov Gallery buys “Pomegranate Teahouse”.
Publication of M. Zemskaya’s book, “Alexander Volkov - Painter of the Pomegranate Teahouse.”
Exhibition of “The East in Russian Art” opens at the Museum of Oriental Art in Moscow.Volkov’s paintings are shown among Russian and foreign masters spanning the ages.
“Pomegranate Teahouse” is shown at the “Paris-Moscow” exhibition at the Pompidou Centre in Paris.
The art historian R Taktash publishes a monograph about Alexander Volkov.
The first Volkov family exhibition takes place in Tashkent’s House of Cinema including paintings, sculptures and graphics by the painter and his sons.
Exhibition in Tashkent to mark the 100th anniversary of Volkov’s birth.
Exhibition entitled “Volkov and his Students” is held at the Oriental Arts Museum.
“The Volkov Artists - Three Generations ” exhibition at the Kovcheg gallery in Moscow. Works by Volkov, his son Aleksandr and his grandson Andrei are shown together.
An anthology of Volkov’s poetry in Russian and Italian is published by the Ca’ Foscari University in Venice.
“The Volkov Dynasty” exhibitions in the Gregory Gallery. Washington - New York.
“Cubism-Kubism-Kubismus - An Artistic Breakthrough in Europe 1906-1926 . An exhibition at the Tretyakov Gallery.