Alexey Beliayev-Guintovt

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Alexey Beliayev-Guintovt was born in Moscow in 1965 and graduated from Moscow Architectural College in 1985. From 1985 to 1988 he studied at Moscow Architectural Institute. He lives and works in Moscow.

Current exhibitions

New Element. The gift of Umar Dzhabrailov to the Moscow museum of modern art. MMOMA, Moscow, Russia, April 30 – June 15, 2014

 

Recent exhibitions

2012

– «Rodina», PERMM Museum of contemporary Art, Perm, Russia
– “55°45′20.83″ N, 37°37′03.48″ E”, Triumph gallery, Moscow, Russia

2010

– Art Moscow, Triumph gallery stand, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
– “Victory Parade 2937», Triumph gallery, Mocow, Russia (solo exhibition)

2009

– Kandinsky Prize exhibition, Louise Blouin Foundation, London, UK
– Art Moscow, Triumph gallery stand, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
– “Akhmad-Hajji's hajj”, State Theatre and Concert Hall, Grozny, Russia (solo exhibition)
– “MoskvApolis”, PERMM Museum of contemporary Art, Perm, Russia
– Art Dubai, Triumph Gallery stand, Dubai, UAE

2008

– “Dead Moroz Lives”, Triumph gallery, Moscow, Russia
– Kandinsky Prize exhibition, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
– “Mockba!”, Galerie Volker Diehl, Berlin, Germany
– Art Moscow, Triumph gallery stand, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
– “Patria-filia”, Triumph gallery, Moscow, Russia (solo exhibition)

2007

– “Sots Art: Political Art in Russia from 1972 to Today”, La Maison Rouge, Paris, France and Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
– Art Moscow, Triumph Gallery stand and Yakut gallery stand, Moscow, Russia

2006

– “Ground”, Yakut Gallery, Moscow, Russia (solo exhibition)

2005

– “Privatio”, Yakut gallery, Moscow, Russia (solo exhibition)

2004

– “Star”, Yakut gallery, Moscow, Russia (solo exhibition)
– “Gender”, 1st Moscow Biennale for Contemporary Art, MMOMA, Moscow, Russia
– Art Manezh, New Academy, Saint Petersburg, Russia
– “Novonovosibirsk”, F.S.B. group, Moscow Architectural Museum, Moscow, Russia
– “Novonovosibirsk”, F.S.B. group, The Russian Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia

2003

– “New Beginning: Contemporary Art from Moscow”, Dusseldorf, Germany

2002

– “Pole”, F.S.B. group, “Salle d`expositions a`la Chapelle Saint-Louis”, Paris, France
– “Parthenon”, Moscow Architectural Museum, Moscow, Russia
– «PAX RUSSICA» (together with A. Molodkin), The Museum of the New Academy of Fine Arts, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Recent publications

“Akhmad-Hajji's hajj” (Triumph gallery, Moscow, 2009)
“Patria-Filia” (Triumph gallery, Moscow, 2008)
“Ground” (Yakut Gallery, Moscow, 2006)