Sergei G. Milchenko( Artist)
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Biography Sergei G. Milchenko
1962 - Born in the Moscow region.
. 1980 - graduated from the Moscow Art School.
. 1985 - graduated from the Kharkov Art - Industrial Institute.
. 1989 - Member of the Union of Artists of the USSR.
. 1994 - Member of the International Arts Fund
. Member of the SIAC (international secretariat of artists)
From 1980 - participant of regional, zonal, republican, union and international exhibitions
. Collections where works
. Works are in galleries in Russia, as well as in private collections in Russia, the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Holland, Yugoslavia, Poland, Ukraine, Belgium and others
. The works are installed:
. In the Church of the Annunciation
. Woodchester. Kingdom;
In St. Peter. Lancaster. Kingdom;
In the convent of the Sisters of the Carmelites. Norfolk. Kingdom;
In the convent of the Blessed Virgin. Walsingham. United Kingdom.
Participation in exhibitions and auctions
1993 Closed competition for a monument to Sergey Radonezhsky;
1993 International Exhibition of Christian artists. Cracow. Poland;
1993 Member of the International Congress of artists - Christian (SIAC) in Krakow;
1994 Personal exhibition 'Liturgy'. Central House of Artists. Moscow;
1995 International Exhibition of 'Art in action'. Oxford. Kingdom;
1995 Exhibition of 'Defenders of the Fatherland dedicated'. Moscow;
1996 International Symposium 'The bronze miniature'. Kharkiv. Ukraine;
1996 Jubilee exhibition dedicated to the 50 th anniversary of the Union of Artists, Moscow region;
1997 National Show, devoted to 850 anniversary of Moscow. Central House of Artists. Moscow;
1997 Art Festival 'Legacy of St. Mary'. Church of St. Mary. Bury St. Edmunds. Suffolk. Kingdom;
1997 International Symposium on 'Small forms in bronze'. Kharkiv. Ukraine;
1998 International Exhibition of 'Art in action'. Oxford. Kingdom;
1998 Group exhibition of Moscow artists 'Peacekeeping'. Central House of Artists. Moscow;
1999 Competition for a monument to the architect Bazhenov in Moscow (the diploma of the Academy of Arts).