GALERIE NIERENDORF

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Born December 22, 1957 Moscow.

1975 is accepted in Art Moscow Polygraph College; graduates in 1980.

1979-1980 studio in Saveljevskij street, 8.

Since 1980 studio in Triokhprudny Street.

1983 organises the independent group of painters that was later called "Krasny Dom" ("Red House"). The group made a number of unofficial, one-day exhibitions, the most famous took place at the Institute of Philosophy, Moscow, 1984.

Since 1984 participates in many non-permitted exhibitions of the Moscow "underground".

1987 first exhibitions abroad at Studio Marconi, Milan and Eva Poll Gallery, Berlin. Invited to Germany by Henri Nannen for the first personal exhibition. Since then works and lives in Western Europe, the United States and Moscow. Temporary workshops in Dusselfdorf (1988), Frankfurt (1989), Boston (1990), Berlin (1990-92), Hannover (1992). Since 1997 - permanent workshops in Moscow and London.

1993 publishes his first collection of short stories "House in the Wasteland".

1995-96 retrospective exhibitions in Luxembourg, Berlin and Moscow. 1997 solo exhibition "Criminal chronicle" in the Russian Pavilion at the XLVII Biennale in Venice.

1997-1998 the exhibition tour started at the State Pushkin Museum, afterwards presented in Staedel Museum, Frankfurt; Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida; Musee d'Histoire de la Ville de Luxembourg; Crossman Galery UW-Whitewater (Wisconsin).

1999-2000 in Artichoke print-studio in London works upon the series of 70 etchings "Letters from Karakorum", which finally was entitled "WASTELAND. The Atlas": prints and philosophical essays. The book is followed with the exhibition tour in Russia (State Tretiakov Gallery, Moscow; State Primorsky Museum of Art, Vladivostok; Krasnoyarsk Culture and History Museum Complex; Novosibirsk Museum of Fine Art; Tomsk Art Museum; Ekaterinbourg Museum of Fine Art) and "WASTELAND. The Atlas" in the museums all over the world, among them: Staedel Museum, Frankfurt; Culturgest, Lisbon; Ulster Museum, Belfast; South Australian Gallery, Adelaida

2001-2003 works on the book "Metropolis.The Atlas": prints and philosophic essays.

2004-2005 European tour of exhibitions "New Empire": new pictures and graphic cycle of "Metropolis.Atlas" in Felix Nussbaum Haus, Osnabruck; Querini Stampalia Fondazione, Venice; Ulster Museum, Belfast. It will be continued in Akademie der Kunste, Berlin; Centre Culturel de Rencontre, Abbaye de Neumunster, Luxembourg; Museum Kuppersmuhle, Duisburg

 

 

 

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