Dmitry Ozerkov

Dmitry Ozerkov

Art historian, curator, teacher. Born in 1976. In 1998 graduated from the Department of Art History, Faculty of History, St. Petersburg State University. Candidate of Philosophical Sciences (2002). From 1998 to 2007 - researcher at the Department of the History of Western European Art of the State Hermitage (St. Petersburg), curator of French engravings of the 15th–18th centuries. In 2007 took the position of head of the Contemporary Art Department of the State Hermitage. Professor at the European University (2005–2007, St. Petersburg). Author of numerous publications on philosophy and art history.

Selected curatorial projects:

• Raising Cupid. French engraving of the gallant century in the Hermitage collection (2006, St. Petersburg, State Hermitage);
• America today. Selection of Charles Saatchi (together with Norman Rosenthal and Charles Saatchi, 2007, St. Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum);
• Dmitry Prigov (2011, Venice, Ca Foscari University);
• Art is art is art (2011, Moscow Museum of Modern Art);
• From production to work (2012, Yekaterinburg, Ordzhonikidzevsky Cultural Center);
• Jake and Dinos Chapman. The end of the fun (2012, State Hermitage);
• Jan Fabre: Knight of Despair - Warrior of Beauty (2016, State Hermitage);
• Arte Povera. Creative Breakthrough (2018, State Hermitage Museum);
• Ilya and Emilia Kabakov. Not everyone will be taken into the future (2018, State Hermitage Museum).


Чжан Хуань. Любовь как мудрость (вместе с Аленой Ивановой)