Evgeni Dybsky

Evgeni Dybsky (born 1955, Constanța, Romania), Russian-Jewish abstract painter, graphic artist. Studied at the 1905 School of Art and Vasily Surikov Institute of Art in Moscow. Lives and works in Berlin and Moscow.
Born: 1955, Constanța (Romania)

Painter, graphic artist, collagist. Born into a Russian-Jewish family in Constan?a in Romania (1955). Moved with his family to Pavlovsky Posad in Moscow Region (1956). Graduated from the 1905 School of Art in Moscow (1978) and the Vasily Surikov Institute of Art in Moscow (1978–84). Member of the Union of Artists (1988). Included in Sotheby’s landmark auction of Russian avant-garde and Soviet contemporary art in Moscow (1988). Lived and worked in Germany and Italy (1990–96), Cologne and Moscow (1996–2008) and Berlin and Moscow (from 2009). Contributed to exhibitions (from 1975). Contributed to Artist and Modernity at the Kashirka Exhibition Hall in Moscow (1987), Russian Art at the Costakis Gallery in Athens (1987), Art contemporain soviétique: se?lection d’oeuvres provenant de la collection KNIGA by the Galerie de France at FIAC 87 in Paris (1987), Interart ’87 in Pozna? (1987), Labyrinth at the Palace of Youth in Moscow (1988), Urbi et orbi at the Central House of the Artist in Moscow (1988), Artisti sovietici contemporanei at the Studio Giorgio Marconi in Milan (1988), Glasnost: Die neue Freiheit der sowjetischen Maler at the Kunsthalle in Emden and Galerie Valentien in Stuttgart (1988), Transformation: The Legacy of Authority. Recent Art from the Soviet Union at the Camden Arts Centre in London (1989), 5+1 pintores de Moscovo at the Fundação de Serralves in Porto (1990–91), The Quest for Self-Expression: Painting in Moscow and Leningrad, 1965–1990 at Columbus Museum of Art in Columbus (1990), Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina in Greensboro (1991) and Arkansas Art Center in Little Rock (1991), Moscow–London II at the Jill George Gallery in London (1991), Shared Earth at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Aberdeen Art Gallery, Grundy Art Gallery, Wakefield Art Gallery and Museum, York City Art Gallery, Salford Art Gallery, Usher Gallery in Lincoln and the Museum of Decorative Arts in Moscow (1992), Watching the Life at the Galleria 9 colonne in Venice (1993), Landscape at La Scuola in New York (1993), Cinque artisti contemporanei at the Marisa del Re Gallery Living Art in Milan (1994), Summertime at the Galleria d’Arte Valley 88 in Forte dei Marmi (1994), Galleria Tauro in Turin (1994) and the Galleria Sorrenti in Novar? (1994), Milan–Hamburg at the Tribeca Art Gallery in Milan (1994), Landscapes 3 at the Museo Provincial de Bellas Artes Timoteo Navarro in San Miguel de Tucumán (1994), Nie! – i konformi?ci: Oblicza sztuki radzieckiej lat 50. do 80. / No! – and the Conformists: Faces of Soviet Art of 50s to 80s at the Muzeum Narodowe w Warszawie and the Russian Museum in St Petersburg (1994), Oltre la grande soglia at the Galleria San Fedele in Milan (1994) and the Castello di San Giorgio in Orzinuovi (1995), Una collezione di arte russa moderna e contemporanea at the Villa Zorn in Sesto San Giovanni, Milan (1995), Vent d’Est at the Galerie Emiliani in Dieulefit (1995), Abstraction in Russia: XX Century at the Russian Museum in St Petersburg (2001–02), Autobiografia di una galleria: Lo Studio Marconi 1965/1992 at the Fondazione Marconi in Milan (2004), Collage in Russia: XX Century at the Russian Museum in St Petersburg (2005–06), Arte Contro at the Museo di arte moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto in Rovereto (2007), Invitation II at Borzo Modern & Contemporary Art in Amsterdam (2007), Suspended: Georgien/Russland – Begegnung auf einem anderen Terrain at the Neues Kunstforum in Cologne (2008), Painting of the 80s at the Matthew Bown Gallery in Berlin (2009), Time, space... meh! at the Matthew Bown Gallery in Berlin (2010), Always Other Art: Selected Works from the Collection of Victor Bondarenko at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art in Moscow (2010), 3+: Exhibition of Works by Teachers and Alumni of the Easel Painting Workshop of the Vasily Surikov Institute of Art in Moscow at the Lyceum of the Russian Academy of Arts in Moscow (2010), Art Barter Berlin at the .HBC Project Space in Berlin (2010), Monte Verità at the Kunstverein Familie Montez in Frankfurt-on-Main (2011), Russische Künstler zu Gast beim BVMW at the BVMW-Bundesgeschäftsstelle in Berlin (2011–12), joint exhibitions with Boris Markovnikov and Gennady Voronov at the October District Exhibition Hall in Moscow (1988) and with Igor Vulokh at the RuArts Gallery in Moscow (2008) and one-man shows at the Galerie Forsblom in Helsinki (1988), Galleri Boibrino in Stockholm (1990), Galerie Gabriele von Loeper in Hamburg (1991), Galerie Doris Wullkopf in Darmstadt (1991), Linea Spazio Arte Contemporanea in Florence (1993), Galleria Seno in Milan (1993, 1996), International Images ltd. in Sewickley (1994), Galleria Free Art in Turin (1994), Tribeca Art Gallery in Milan (1994), Galerie Rackey in Bad Honnef (1998), Galerie Brehm in Cologne (1998), Stiftung Burg Kniphausen in Wilhelmshaven (1999), Galleria Filisetti Arte Contemporanea in Crema (2001), Galerie Stracke in Cologne (2002), Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow (2003), Russian Museum in St Petersburg (2003), Freud Museum in London (2003), Galerie Garanin in Berlin (2003), Rheinisches Landesmuseum in Bonn (2004), Stiftung Gerhart-Hauptmann-Haus in Düsseldorf (2004), IZO Gallery in London (2004), Galerija Vartai in Vilnius (2004), Moscow Museum of Modern Art in Moscow (2005), Galerie Henseleit Buchholz in Cologne (2005), Museum Synagoge Gröbzig in Gröbzig (2005, 2009), Galerie Sandmann in Berlin (2006), Kunst aus Nordrhein-Westfalen in Aachen (2008), Filisetti Arte Contemporanea in Caravaggio (2008), Paperworks Gallery in Moscow (2008) and Ludwig Museum in Koblenz (2009).

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