Dmitry Venkov

Dimitri Venkov is a graduate of the Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia, Moscow, and holds an MA in Film Studies from the University of Oregon, Eugene. His works have reached out to artistic, film, and academic institutional contexts. In 2012 he received the Young Artist Kandinsky Prize for his film Mad Mimes (2012), and in 2012 and 2014 he was nominated for the Moscow Innovation Prize.

 

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Solo exhibitions

2014

– “Time shall be no more”, Manege, Moscow, Russia

2013

– “Getting There Together”, Triumph gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

Selected group exhibitions and film festivals

2014

– Innovation Prize 2013 exhibition, TSUM, Moscow, Russia

2013

– Vth Moscow Biennale for Contemporary Art “More Light”, curated by Catherine de Zegher, Moscow
– Bergen Assembly “Monday begins on Saturday”, curated by Ekaterina Degot and David Riff, Bergen, Norway
– “Reality is not Enough”, Media Forum of Moscow International Film Festival, curated by Olga Shishko, Moscow, Russia
– “Constructed Sceneries”, the film program of “Scenographies” exhibition, SMBA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
– “The Voice and the Choir”, 
Russian video art in Museum De Hallen, Haarlem, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
– “Kino der Kunst”, Munich, Germany
– “Start Making Sense!”, H.E.A.D, Geneva, Switzerland
– “Now&After’13”, International Video Art Festival, Moscow, Russia

2012

– Kandinsky Prize Exhibition, Moscow, Russia
– 31st Jean Rouch Film Festival, Paris, France
– XI International Kansk Video Festival, Kansk, Russia
– Days of Ethnographic Cinema, Moscow, Russia
– “The workshop vs. The Film Process”, NCCA, Moscow, Russia
– “No Exception”, Moscow Art and Multimedia Museum, Moscow, Russia
– 34th International Moscow Film Festival, Moscow, Russia
– Scinema Festival of Science Film, Australia
– III Moscow Biennale for Young Art “Qui Vive?”, Moscow, Russia

2011

– “Upward!” Community shows “Field of Silence” and “Nemi”, Moscow, Russia
– Auditorium Moscow, Russia
– “History of Russian Video Art. Vol.3”, MMOMA, Moscow, Russia

2010

– “Sense and sensibility”, II Moscow Biennale for Young Art “Qui Vive?”, Moscow, Russia

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Awards, fellowships, and residencies

2014

– Innovation Prize 2013 , category “New generation” – shortlist (together with Antonina Baever)

2013

– “Now&After '13”, International Video Art Festival – 3rd place
– Biosphere 2, University of Arizona, USA, residency

2012

– Kandinsky Prize 2012 – “Young Artist. Project of the Year”, Moscow, Russia
– Innovation Prize 2011, shortlist, category “New generation” – shortlist (“Barbarians” show)
– National Center for Contemporary Arts, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, residency

2004–2006

– Graduate Teaching Fellowship, Russian and East European Studies Center, University of Oregon, USA

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Lectures and seminars

2013

– Yale University School of Art, lecture and seminar, New Haven, USA

2012

– Yearly Field Conference, Moscow State University Ethnography Department, 
Moscow, Russia