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Awards

2010

  • Kandinsky  Prize. Exhibition of the Nominees. Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia

2001

  •  “Institute PRO ARTE” and The Ford Foundation Grant, St. Petersburg, Russia
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Primary solo exhibitions

2018

  • What has now become real. Marina Gisich Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia

2013

  • 64+. Marina Gisich Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • The approach of past. Marble Palace, The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

2012

  • Timer. Lazarev Gallery, St. Petersburg.

2009

  • Crystallization. Marina Gisich Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Bread. The Museum of Forensic Medicine, The Saint Petersburg State Medical Academy named after I. I. Mechnikov, St. Petersburg, Russia

2006

  • Vladimir Kustov. Painting 1987 – 2006. Marina Gisich Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • War. The Monument to the Heroic Defenders of Leningrad, The State Museum for the History of Saint-Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Crows and dogs. Dreams Museum of S. Freud, St. Petersburg, Russia

2005

  • Memory of the Ground. The Museum of Forensic Medicine, The Saint Petersburg State Medical Academy named after I. I. Mechnikov, St. Petersburg, Russia

2000

  • СrossCurrents. Out of context. Foreign Body. The Russian Ethnographic Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

1999

  • Coma. Marble Palace, The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Mausoleum and Necrosymbolism. The Lenin Museum, Tampere, Finland

1998

  • Petersburg’s Cemetery. Laterna Magica Gallery, Helsinki, Finland

1994

  • Morpho-Aesthetical fields of Evolution. Muu Gallery, Helsinki, Finland
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Public exhibitions

2019

  • The Roaring Nineties. Freedom without Borders. The Museum of St. Petersburg Art XX – XXI centuries, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Plastic Mass. Marble Palace, The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • DA!MOSCOW. Gostiny Dvor, Marina Gisich Gallery booth, Moscow, Russia
  • Life After Life. Central Exhibition Hall “Manege”, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Pass. Meditation on death in two parts, without prologue and epilogue, DK Gromov, St. Petersburg, Russia

2018

  • Radical fluidity. Grotesque in art. The Museum of St. Petersburg Art XX – XXI centuries, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Freedom is Recognized necessity. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • New ideas for City. New Exhibition Hall, The State Museum of Urban Sculpture, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • VDNH. Marina Gisich Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia

2017

  • 10 Kiberfest. Gallery GROUND Khodynka, Moscow, Russia

2016

  • Corpus. Anatomical Theatre. The Russian Academy of Fine Arts Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

2015

  • Painting beyond painting. The Russian Academy of Fine Arts Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

2014

  • Another capital. Contemporary art from St. Petersburg. The Museum of Moscow, Moscow, Russia
  • Crystallizations. Contemporary art from St. Petersburg. Wӓinӧ Aaltonen Museum of Art, Turku, Finland
  • Istanbul Contemporary. Marina Gisich Gallery booth, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Vienna Fair. Marina Gisich Gallery booth, Vienna, Austria

2013

  • Istanbul Contemporary. Marina Gisich Gallery booth, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Art Paris 2013. Marina Gisich Gallery booth, Paris, France
  • Vienna Fair. Marina Gisich Gallery booth, Vienna, Austria

2012

  • Istanbul Contemporary. Marina Gisich Gallery booth, Istanbul, Turkey
  • ARCO Madrid. Marina Gisich Gallery booth, Madrid, Spain
  • Those who do not hear the music think the dancers have gone mad. Marina Gisich Gallery and Ural Vision Gallery, Yekaterinburg, Russia
  • Russians and Germans: 1000 Years of Art, History and Culture. The State Historical Museum, Moscow, Russia
  • Na Pole On. Lazarev Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia

2011

  • Art Moscow. Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
  • ARCO Madrid. Marina Gisich Gallery booth, Madrid, Spain
  • Vienna Fair. Marina Gisich Gallery booth, Vienna, Austria
  • 4 Moscow Biennale of contemporary art. Special project. Necrorealism. Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia
  • Let’s smoke. Lazarev Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia

2010

  • Art Moscow. Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
  • Kandinsky Prize. Exhibition of the Nominees. Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
  • Doors open day. A mansion – a gymnasium – a clinic – a museum. Russian Art, 1989-2009, from the Museum Collection. Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia
  • Stroke with the brush. “New painters” and Necrorealists. Marble Palace, The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

2009

  • Letter from the Island. Orel Art Uk Gallery, London, Great Britain
  • Art Moscow. Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
  • Sinyavinskaya symphony. The Monument to the Heroic Defenders of Leningrad, The State Museum for the History of Saint-Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Russia

2008

  • Kaliningrad-Koenigsberg 2008. The 9 th Baltic States Biennale of graphic art.  Kaliningrad State Art Gallery, Kaliningrad, Russia
  • Inertia. W139, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Art Moscow. Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
  • The Young, Aggressive. Musashino Art University Museum & Library, Tokyo, Japan
  • Red Army Studio. The Cultural Foundation “EKATERINA”, Moscow, Russia
  • Critique of colour. The Anna Ahmatova Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

2007

  • New ideas for City. New Exhibition Hall, The State Museum of Urban Sculpture, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Adventures of the Black Square by Kazimir Malevich. The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • The Future Depends on You. Pierre-Christian Brochet’s Collection, 1989-2007. Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia
  • Art Moscow. Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
  • Corpus Delicti. Offenes Haus Oberwart, Oberwart, Austria
  • Architecture: AD MARGINEM. Marble Palace, The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

2006

  • Art Moscow. Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia

2004

  • Kandinsky and the Russian Soul. Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea Palazzo Forti, Verona, Italy

2003

  • Kunst und Verbrechen. Hebbel -Theater Berlin, Berlin, Germany
  • Plato’s Cave. Cultural Centre “Lamparna”, Labin, Croatia
  • Death in the Venice of the North. < ROTOR > association for contemporary art, Graz, Austria

2002

  • Art Manege. Central Exhibition Hall “Manege”, Moscow, Russia
  • Snowgirl – New Art from Russia. Zacheta Panstwowa Galeria Sztuki, Warszawa, Poland

2001

  • TIRANA BIENNALE 1. National Gallery & Chinese Pavilion, Tirana, Albania
  • Modern Art in a Traditional Museum. Approaching. The Museum of Forensic Medicine, The Saint Petersburg State Medical Academy named after I. I. Mechnikov, St. Petersburg, Russia

1999

  • Uus Kunst Peterburis, 1990ndad. Eesti Kunstimuuseumi naitustesaal Rotermanni soolalaos, Tallinn, Estonia

1997

  • The New Acquisitions of The Contemporary Art Department. The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • St. Petersburg-97. Central Exhibition Hall “Manege”, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Kabinet. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

1996

  • Five years of The Contemporary Art Department. The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Metaphern des Entrucktseins. Actuelle Kunst aus St.Petersburg. Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe, Germany
  • Self-Identification. Positions in St. Petersburg Art from 1970 until today. Marble Palace, The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; Sophienholm, Copenhagen, Denmark

1995

  • Idylle & Katastrophe. Kulturhof Kronbacken, Erfurt, Germany
  • St. Petersburg-95. Central Exhibition Hall “Manege”, St. Petersburg, Russia

1994

  • Self-Identification. Positions in St. Petersburg Art from 1970 until today. Haus Waldsee, Berlin, Germany; The National museum of Contemporary Art, Oslo, Norway; The State Art Gallery, Sopot, Poland
  • Necrorealism. Gallerie de Paris, Paris, France
  • Self-Identification. Positions in St. Petersburg Art from 1970 until today. Stadtgalerie im Sophienhof, Kiel, Germany

1993

  • Contemporary Petresburg Art. Exhibition and Auction. Hotel Nevsky Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Necrorealism in Hellerau. International Performance Art Festival, Hellerau, Germany

1992

  • Russian Necrorealism: Shock Therapy for a New Cultrue. Fine Arts Center, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, USA
  • Garderop. Exhibition of the modern fancy-dress. Central Exhibition Hall “Manege”, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • Binationale: Sowjetische Kunst um 1990. Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia

1991

  • Ex USSR. Groninger Museum, Groningen, Netherlands
  • Nevsky prospekt. Undergraund. Festival Nantes/St.Petersburg CRDC, Nantes, France
  • Kunst, Europa. Sowjetunion. Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover, Germany

1990

  • Binationale: Sowjetische Kunst um 1990. Kunsthalle Dusseldorf, Dusseldorf, Germany; Israel Museum, Weisbord Pavillion, Jerusalem, Israel
  • In the USSR and Beyond. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Territoire de L’Art. Laboratoire. The State Russian Museum, Leningrad, USSR
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Collections

  • The State Russian Museum, The Contemporary Art Department, (St. Petersburg, Russia)
  • The Lenin Museum, (Tampere, Finland)
  • Moscow Museum of Modern Art, (Moscow, Russia)
  • Stedelijk Museum, (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • Private collections of the Russia, the Europe and the United States of America
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