01/2020- present Co-Founder at ARTlantic Design
09/2012 – present Independent artist
06/2005 – 12/2010 Architect, Moscow
10-12/2019 Post War Abstract Painting at MoMA New York Certificate
07/2011 – 08/2012 Painting classes taught by Jurgen Nickel, a member of the Russian Union of Artists & the International Union of German Culture
09/2005 – 06/2011 Moscow Architectural Institute
06/2019 Art & Design group exhibition ” Ü20”, Munich, Germany
04/2019 Solo exhibition, Hotel Sahrai, Fez, Morocco
05/2017 Group exhibition, Moscow Foundation of Culture, Moscow, Russia
02/2017 Solo exhibition “Contrasts”, Museum of Modern Art, Yaroslavl, Russia
11/2015 1st place at XVIII International Exhibition & Competition of Contemporary Arts “RUSSIAN ART WEEK”, Artplay, Moscow, Russia
04/2015 2nd place at XVII International Exhibition & Competition of Contemporary Arts “RUSSIAN ART WEEK”, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
11/2013 Solo exhibition and performance art “The Last Touch”, Art Space “Terra artis” Yaroslavl, Russia
05/2013 Solo exhibition “Terre di mezzo”, Art Space “Bohème”, Bollate (Milan), Italy
After studying for 4 years, my circumstances changed and I was no longer able to attend. I continued working in architecture, progressing to become a senior architect and studying my master’s degree in the evenings.
Despite everything seeming perfect something was missing, I had come to a crossroads in my life and needed to make an important decision:
continue with my successful career or to risk everything to become the person I wanted to be. Ignoring my fears and resisting my family’s influence, I quit my job and social life and moved back to my hometown.
On returning I got the opportunity to take painting classes taught by a genius artist Jurgen Nickel. Finding myself working in the studio of an extremely poor yet fulfilled person, that could be potentially selling their paintings for a fortune, grounded me. I recognized that not everything is about money and that passion is more important; for the first time in a long period I felt truly happy.
I realized that I can paint for myself and that I want to do art for the rest of my life no matter what. After two years of training, I traveled to another village to paint “en plein air”.
When I returned I was ready to start my own path. The most important lesson I learned during this time was being honest and open when expressing myself on canvas; to paint with my soul.
The most important lesson I learned during that time was, to be honest with yourself and you will get more than you expected. If you are an artist, honesty is the only way to make true art.
I would like to support scientific transhuman projects trying to find a cure for deadly diseases and extend healthspan by organizing exhibitions and attracting capital through them. I want to positively impact society such as raising awareness about science achievements in radical life extension with my art and art of other artists.