Gosha Ostretsov


Gosha Ostretsov was born in Mosow in 1967. He graduated from the School of Theatre Design at the Bolshoi Theatre in 1984 and began to work as an artist, showing his work at numerous exhibitions. In 1988 he moved to Paris, where he lived and worked for ten years, including a three-year period as artist and designer at Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. Gosha now lives and works in Moscow.

2011 Russian Landscape, Marat & Julia Guelman Gallery, Moscow
2010 Love for Electricity, TM Project Gallery, Geneve
2010 Heavy Patients, Rabouan Mousson Gallery (solo)
2009 Apocalypse, Marat Guelman Gallery, Moscow (solo)
2009 Art Moscow (Triumph Gallery)
2009 Russian Pavilion, Venice Biennale
2009 'Banality and Eternity', Triumph Gallery
2009 'Gosha for Kids', Triumph Gallery
2009 'The Adventures of Robin Hood', Paradise Row, London (solo)
2008 'Another Mythology', National Centre for Contemporary Art, Moscow
2008 'Invasion:Evasion', Baibakov projects, Moscow


'Laughterlife', Diehl + Gallery One, Moscow
Zoo Art Fair (Paradise Row), London
'Dead Souls', Triumph Gallery (solo)
'Moloko-SOS', Ravenscourt Galleries, Moscow (solo)
'Domestic Appliances', Flowers East, London
'Laughterlife', Paradise Row, London
'Fast Art 24', Winzavod, Moscow
'Russian Roulette', Museum Wiesbaden
Moscow Photo Biennial, Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art


'Salon Beaute', Rabouan-Moussion Gallery, Paris (solo)
'Rich-Bitch', One Work Gallery, Moscow (solo)
'Morg (Moscow Organisation)', Central House of Artists, Moscow (solo)
'Under Repair', Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art (solo)
'Austrian Story', Resanita Centre for Contemporary Art and Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art

Recent publications:

Gosha for Kids. 2009. (Moscow: Triumph Gallery)
Dead Souls. 2008. (Moscow: Triumph Gallery)