Contemporary Russian Art


Igor was born in Yekaterinburg (formerly Sverdlovsk) in 1954. Until 1971, he lived in Ufa. In 1972, he moved to the town of Zhukovsky, outside of Moscow, where he still resides. In 1977, he graduated from the prestigious Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. Igor began to paint in 1973. He is a member of the International Arts Foundation and the Professional Artists' Union.

Igor's personal exhibits include those in the House of the Composer in Moscow in 1995, Contre Avant-Garde in the State Institute for Studies in the Arts in Moscow in 1997 and Actus Purus in the A3 Gallery in Moscow in 2005.

Among his most notable group exhibits are the Autumnal Exhibit of Graphic Artists at Malaya Gruzinskaya in Moscow in 1989, The Queen of Spades Group exhibit in the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow in 1992, Trends. Abstraction on the Threshold of a New Century at the Nagornaya Gallery in Moscow in 1996, Abstract Art in Russia: The Twentieth Century in the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg in 2002, Pure Abstraction in the Pop/Off/Art Gallery in Moscow in 2005.

Igor's works are found the in the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg and in other museums and collections in Russia and other countries.

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