Contemporary Russian Art


Vladimir Andreenkov was born in 1930 in the town of Chausy in the Mogilev region in Belarus. In 1944, he moved to Moscow where he studied at the Moscow Middle School of Fine Arts. In 1958, he graduated from the Surikov Fine Arts Institute. Andreenkov has participated in exhibitions since 1958. He joined the Moscow Artists Union in 1962.

Vladimir’s works are found in the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, Russia; the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia; in the fine arts museums of Tula, Oryol and Kemerov, Russia; in the Mogilev Region Fine Arts Museum, Belarus; Contemporary Art Museum of Padua, Italy; the Nadya Brykina Gallery in Zurich, Switzerland; and in private collections in Russia, USA, France, Italy, Switzerland and other countries.

Selected exhibitions:

1958 – 4th Youth Exhibition of Moscow Artists, Kuznetsky Most 11, Moscow
1958 – All-Union Exhibition, Manege, Moscow
1970 – Rene Ziegler gallery, Zurich, Switzerland
1978 – Moscow, the Capital of the USSR, Berlin, German Democratic Republic
1980 – Solo exhibition at Begovaya 7, Moscow
1986 – Scientific-Technological Progress and Visual Arts, Central House of Artists, Moscow
1987 – International Biennale of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
1988 – Exhibition in memory of K. Malevich, “Na Kashirke” gallery, Moscow
1988 – Geometry in Art, “Na Kashirke” gallery, Moscow
1988 – Exhibitions of Moscow Artists, Dublin, Ireland
1989 – Scientific-Technological Progress and Visual Arts, Kuznetsky Most 11, Moscow
1989 – Collection Gallery, Central House of Artists, Moscow
1989 – Russian Art, Phillips auction, London, Great Britain
1989 – 28 Moscow Artists, Riverside Studio, London, Great Britain
1989 – International exhibition, Palace of Culture, Baghdad, Iraq
1989 – The USSR Artists Union and Association of Italian Artists, Trieste, Italy
1990 – Arte-90, Padua and Venice, Italy
1990 – Other Art, the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
1990 – Object, international exhibition in Amsterdam, the Netherlands
1990 – Moscow Artists, Chicago, USA
1991 – Three Moscow Artists, Kuznetsky Most11, Moscow
1991 – Contemporary Artists to K. Malevich, the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
1991 – Paths of Creation. In Memory of K. Malevich, Sumy, Ukraine
1992 – Exhibition of Moscow graphic arts in Paris, France
1993 – Five Moscow Artists, Padua, Italy
1993 – Dia-Logos-93, Rome and Venice, Italy
1994 – International exhibition in Milan, Italy
1994 – Fioretto Gallery, Venice, Italy
1997 – International Art Fair, Manege, Moscow
1997 – Harmony of Contrasts, Fine Arts Academy, Moscow
1997 – Paths of Abstraction, Manege, Moscow
1999 – Exhibition of pastels, the Krug Association, Central House of Artists, Moscow
2000 – Moscow-St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg
2000 – Abstraction in Russia. 20th Century, The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
2000 – the Krug Association, Central House of Artists, Moscow
2000 – St. Petersburg-Moscow, Kuznetsky Most11, Moscow
2001 – Abstraction in Russia. 20th Century, Kovcheg gallery, Moscow
2001 – Solo exhibition at Kuznetsky Most 20, Moscow
2001 – Province, Capital, Yaroslavl, Russia
2003 – Pastels, Yaroslavl and Kostroma, Russia
2003 – Abstraction in Russia. Second Half of the 20th Century, the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
2007 – Solo exhibition at the Nadya Brykina Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland

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