Boris Markovnikov( Artist)
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Biography Boris Markovnikov
1958 born in Moscow
. 1978 graduated from the Moscow Art uchilishe memory of 1905 (painting-pedagogical department)
. since 1988 member of the Union of Artists
. since 1990 member of the "Polygon"
. Collections where works
. Moscow Union of Artists, Moscow
. Ministry of Culture of Russia, Moscow
. The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
. Art Museum Semipalatinsk Semipalatinsk
. Novosibirsk Art Gallery, Novosibirsk
. Museum of Contemporary Art, Sofia, Bulgaria
. Private collection, Germany
. Participation in exhibitions and auctions
. SOLO EXHIBITIONS
. 1988, together with E
. Dybsky and T. Voronov. Exhibition Hall October district, Moscow
1991 Exhibition of Painting. Gallery "A 3", Moscow
Velta Gallery, Moscow
1993 Gallery Francis van Hoof. Antwerp, Belgium
1994 "Art of inner space" (with A. Lisowski). 1.0 Gallery, Moscow
1997 "Painting". Gallery Manege, Moscow
1998 "This devil's road". Gallery "Moscow Fine Art", Moscow
1983-90 XV-XIX youth exhibition. Moscow
1987 "The Artist and Modernity". First Creative Association of Moscow Artists. Kashirka, Moscow
1988 2 nd Exhibition of the First Creative Association of Moscow Artists. Artist's House at Kuznetsky Most, Moscow
Labyrinth. Youth Palace, Moscow
"Neuvostoluton nuorta taidetta". Turku, Finland
Exhibition of contemporary Soviet art. Gallery "Belderskild". Copenhagen, Denmark
1989 "Moscow Artists in London". Riverside Artists `Group, London, United Kingdom
"Moscow Artists". Glasgow Group, Glasgow, United Kingdom
1989-90 "Red and White". Warsaw, Poland, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1989 Triennale of Painting. Sofia, Bulgaria (third prize)
1990 "Scientific and technological progress and Art. Artist's House at Kuznetsky Most, Moscow
"The logic of paradox". Youth Palace, Moscow
1991 "Contemporary Moscow Artists". Tampa, Florida, USA
1995 "La terra ritrovata. Alphabet Russian landscape painting 1860-1995 ". Villa Ormond, Sanremo, Italy
1997 International Art Fair "Art Manege", "Ways of abstraction". Manege, Moscow
"Harmony of Contrasts. Russian art of the second half of the 20 th century ", Association" Magnum Ars, PAX, TG. Russia Academy of Fine Arts, Moscow
EXHIBITION in the group "Polygon"
1990 'Polygon'. 'Kashirka', Moscow
1991 'Polygon-2'. Youth Palace, Moscow
1993 'Polygon-3'. East Gallery, Moscow
exhibition action at the Taganka Theater, Moscow
1994 'Polygon-4'. Project 'Monuments'. Central House of Artists, Moscow
1995-96 'Polygon' in Belgium. Project 'Transformers'. Cultural Center Gildhof, Tilt; Strombeek-Bewer, Brussels; Berghem, Antwerp; Kurtre
1996 "The Tenderness of snakes" (together with a group of "Blind" and Yu Nechiporenko). Workshop of the author, Moscow
1997 "This devil's road". (together with a group of "Blind" - Kuznetsova, A. Margorin). Studio B. Markovnikov, Moscow
1998 "Odd Man Out zatselovan landscape" (exhibition objects). Studio B. Markovnikov, Moscow
... Accepted the idea only for the energy approach, when the first movement begins with the loss ...
See how the water is with a stone, which gives it form, what a game, a quiet, stone disappears.
All completed accurately. This happened for itself. It's natural ...
Recognize and say: "We destroyed together, we naturally ... In the hands of us actually left over from the ideas of truth, faith - a remnant, but this is reality ... This is a mark of our fall - from crystal to complete the primary fear what will happen in the next moment ...
You can see the balance. If you know the secret, you will learn from him that with us proichodit.
All remained in their former places dropped - we broke up - we are.
We fragments from one of the explosions ...
Comes the one who said: "Here it is again spoken. That said, I myself. I have the same. I go, I know that beauty - is the pain of memory "...
We are losing almost everything, but except for the balance - is the sense. He tells us: "You're right."
We are not afraid, this should be, the game, it's memory, contact the destruction, only time. We know everything at this point, so we look our eyes. Far suggests: "Do this."