Oleksiy Vladimirov “Priestess in Akkad”

£30,000.00

2016. Bronze. 88 x 33.5 x 22.5 cm. Weight 29 kg. Born on Kuban. In 1984 graduated from Kyiv State Art Institute. His works are represented in leading galleries and museums of Ukraine, including National Museum of Ukrainian Art, Kyiv Museum of Russian Art, National Museum of History of Ukraine. Moreover, his sculptures are kept in private collections of Sweden, Austria, Japan, England, Germany, Netherlands, France, Italy and USA. In opinion of American critics, during carrying out of a personal exhibition in California, Works of Oleksiy Vladimirov have defined determined «A new era of a sculpture».

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• 2019 – Ukraine, Dnipro. Salon #electroUkraine • 2018 – Ukraine, Lviv. Salon #electroUkraine • 2018 – Ukraine, Odessa. Salon #electroUkraine • 2017 – Ukraine, Dnipro. Museum of Ukrainian Painting • 2017 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Gallery ”White World” • 2017 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Salon #electroUkraine • 2016 – Ukraine, Chernihiv. Museum of Contemporary Art “Plast-Art” • 2016 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Salon #electroUkraine • 2014 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Museum of Russian Fine Art • 2012 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Museum “Spiritual treasures • 2010 – Ukraine, Crimea, Yalta. “Art Manor” • 2010 – Japan, Kyoto. Kyoto City International Friendship Hall • 2010 – Japan, Tokyo. Embassy of Ukraine in Japan • 2009 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Museum “Spiritual treasures • 2007 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Gallery “Triptych” • 2007 – Ukraine, Odessa. Sea-port Gallery • 2006 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine • 2006 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Museum of Russian Fine Art • 2005 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Union of Artists of Ukraine. Gallery “Mystets” • 2004 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine PERSONAL EXHIBITIONS: • 2004 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine • 2004 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Gallery “Art Blues” • 2003 – Ukraine, Kyiv. National Palace of Art “Ukrainian House” • 2002 – Ukraine, Slavutych. City Art Gallery • 2001 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Ukrainian culture fund • 2001 – USA, Napa, Cal. Villagio&Spa • 2000 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Charitable exhibition intended to collect contributions for the renewal of St. Theodore Church (Tyrone) • 1999 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Artists Union of Ukraine • 1996 – Ukraine, Kharkov. “Vernisage” Gallery • 1995 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Museum of National History • 1994 – Ukraine, Kyiv. “Gelo Tamarin” Gallery • 1992 – Ukraine, Kyiv. Russian Arts Museum

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