Vladimir Dubossarsky

Vladimir Dubossarsky

Born in 1964. Graduate of the Moscow Art School in Memory of 1905 and the Moscow Surikov State Art Institute. Active participant of the squat gallery at Trekhprudny Lane (1991-1993). In 1994 started to work with Alexander Vinogradov as part of a creative tandem. Their paintings combined the aesthetics of socialist realism and pop-art, mass culture and the vast landscapes of Russian fields. The recognizable monumental artworks of Dubossarsky&Vinogradov were displayed in London, Paris, Vienna, New York, Berlin, São Paulo, as well as the Russian Pavilion of the Venice Biennale of 2003. Vinogradov&Dubossarsky’s artworks are a part of the collections at the following museums: State Tretyakov Gallery, Pompidou Centre (Paris), Austrian Museum for Applied Arts (MAK) (Vienna), Museum of Contemporary History (Bonn), Contemporary Arts Museum (Houston), Secession (Vienna), State Russian Museum (St. Petersburg), Museum of Contemporary Art (Avignon), and numerous private collections around the world. In 2014 the Dubossarsky&Vinogradov Project came to an end. Since 2015, Vladimir Dubossarsky organized several personal exhibitions and continues to work as a solo artist.

Exhibition participant:

The Common Goal Philosophy. Glossary.
One Family

List of paintings