Nikolai Makarov

nikolaimakarovNikolai Makarov was born July 21, 1952 in Moscow. Attended Institute for Foreign Languages (Moscow), worked in MOSFILM Studio workshop and moved to East Berlin in 1975. Attends Humboldt University (Berlin) and Academy of Arts, was a student of the master class of Werner Klemke (Berlin) and Rudolf Hausner (Vienna). Admitted as Member of Artists House, Austrian Society of Fine Arts, in 1988. Currently director of the art association StilLeben e.V. in Berlin. President of Sergej Mawrizki Foundation from 2000.

 

 

 

Selected solo exhibitions:

2009    State Tretjakov Gallery, Moscow
2009    Triumph Gallery, Moscow
2009    «Traces of light», Galerie Noordeinde, Den Haag
2008    "White Makarov", Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
2008    "Romantic Urbanism", Triumph Gallery, Moscow
2006    Moscow – Berlin, ARD-Hauptstadtstudio Berlin
2005    "
Horizonts", Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
2005    Schoen and Nalepa Gallery, Berlin
2004    "Europe", Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
2003    "New York Revisited", Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
2003    "Nikolai Makarov", KURT Foert/Garanin, Berlin
2002    "New Works", Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
2001    "Nikolai Makarov, New Works", Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
2000    "
New Works", Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
2000    "Print-Trienalle", Grenchen, Switzerland
1999    "
Nikolai Makarov", Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
1999    «Nikolai Makarov», Infobox, Berlin
1997    Art Box, Waregem, Belgium
1997    "New Paintings and Meditation Room«, Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
1996    American Business Center, Berlin
1996    »The Meditative Room«, Krochlendorff Castle, Berlin
1996    »Nikolai Makarov«, Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
1995    »Nikolai Makarov", Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
1995    Art Box, Waregem, Belgium
1994    Das Stille Museum, Berlin
1991    "The Plot", Blue Point Gallery, Berlin
1991    "Dialogue with Rembrandt", Gallery of Academy of Arts, Berlin
1990    "The Plot", Avantgarde Gallery, Berlin
1989    "The Late Freedom", The Arts Office of Tempelhof, Berlin
1986    "The Late Freedom", Weidenbamm Gallery, Berlin
1986    Thomaskirchhof Gallery, Leipzig
1986    The Palace Museum, Hoyerswerda, Germany

Selected group exhibitions: 

2009    Classical period meets modern trend , Fasanengallery, Berlin
2008    "Visioni per la Città", Chiesa dell' Incoronata, Napoli
2007    «Kopfgefässe (Helmets), Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte
2006    “Meeting Pirosmani», National Museum Tbilisi, Georgia
2006    "Modern Landscapes", Burkhard Eikelmann Gallery, Dusseldorf, Germany
2006    "Animalсity", Kunstverein Wolfsburg, Wolfsburg, Germany
2006    Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
2005    Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
2004    "Portraits", Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
2000    Hilgemann Gallery, Berlin
2000    Kunsthalle Osnabruck, Germany
1999    "Nudes", Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York
1999    "Ten Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall", Parliament Gallery, Berlin
1998    "Symposium on Spirituality in Art", Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, New York
1997    "Re-presenting Representation III", Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, New York
1997    "Graphic-Triennale", Grenchen, Switzerland
1997    "Celebrating the Still Life", Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York

Museum and Public Collections:

Arnot Art Museum, Elmira, New York
Russian Consulate, New York
Sloane Kettering Memorial Hospital, New York
St. Regis Hotel and Museum, San Francisco, California
Lotus Club, New York
Museum of Imagination, Hudson, New York
Kolodzei Foundation, USA/Russia
Busch-Reisinger, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Museum of Fine Arts, Leipzig, Germany
Lindenau Museum, Altenburg, Germany
Academy of Sciences, Berlin
Collection of Copper Plates and Drawings, Berlin
Museum House of Checkpoint Charlie, Berlin
Academy of Arts, Berlin
Das Stille Museum, Berlin
American Business Center, Berlin
Krochlendorff Castle, Brandenburg, Germany
Museum of Modern Art – Berlinische Galerie, Berlin
Palace Museum, Hoyerswerda, Germany

Selected publications:

Hymns of the Night, Graphics Portfolio, Germany, 1992
The Late Freedom, Graphic Portfolio, Austria, 1988