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Gleb Netchvolodov "PROJECT ALINEATOR"
Gleb Netchvolodov "Project Alineator"

Organized by PROMO-ARTE
Place: PROMO-ARTE Project Gallery and Latin American Art Lobby

Date:2008.10.16〜10.21  11:00〜19:00 Closed on Mondays
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Gleb Netchvolodov's unique style has been shaped by his intimate knowledge of literature and world literature, which is evident in the symbolic nature of his works and the utilisation of historical texts and symbols as visual elements to develop his themes. His fascination with the history and traditions of book printing has added an illustrative dimension to his paintings. As a result, his works exhibit multi-faceted themes that feature religious, philosophical, historical and symbolic qualities. The artist calls his personal style "grotesque symbolism".

 

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Guernica 70(1937-2007) H82xW178cm Mixed graphics

 

Profile:

Gleb Netchvolodov was born in 1967 in St. Petersburg, Russia.
In 1989, he graduated from Tartu Art College (Estonia) with the degree in Graphics and in 1992 from Tartu University with M.A. in Art Theory and History.
He has lived and worked in Estonia and the United States, and has been living in London since 1999.
During the past 12 years he has worked as a freelance artist, a book illustrator and an accomplished graphic designer. Mr. Netchvolodov has had four personal exhibitions, in Tartu, Copenhagen, Chicago and London and has participated in numerous exhibitions in many place over the Europe and USA. His speciality is graphic art, however he also works prolifically with oils and multi-media.
The artist's unique style has been shaped by his intimate knowledge of literature and world literature, which is evident in the symbolic nature of his works and the utilisation of historical texts and symbols as visual elements to develop his themes. His fascination with the history and traditions of book printing has added an illustrative dimension to his paintings. As a result, his works exhibit multi-faceted themes that feature religious, philosophical, historical and symbolic qualities. The artist calls his personal style "grotesque symbolism".

Exhibitions
1989 Tartu, Estonia Tartu University Library. Personal exhibition (graphics)
1992 Copenhagen, Denmark Church of St. Bartholomew. Personal exhibition (graphics)
1993 Chicago, Illinois Java Gallery. Personal exhibition (illustrations)
1995 Chicago, Illinois Pearl Gallery. Participation (painting)
1997 Atlanta, Georgia Dot Gallery. Participation (painting)
2000 Tartu, Estonia Tartu University Library. Personal exhibition (graphics)
2000 Tartu, Estonia Tartu Art House. Participation (graphics)
2002 London, UK Saint Mary-le-Bow Church Exhibitions hall. Personal Exhibition (paintings and graphics)
2004 London, UK Discovery Chanel Galery, Personal Exhibition (paintings and graphics)
2005 London, UK Salon des Artes. Participation
2007 London, Gallery 54, Mayfair. Personal Exhibition


Awards
Prize of Honor: Republican Cartoon contest, Estonia, Tartu 1989
Prize of Honor: The Best Design of local ethnic edition USA, Chicago 1996
Special Award for book concept and illustrations Denmark, Copenhagen 1992

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