Lot 83 - Vladimir Logutov - From the "meeting" series (3)
Vladimir Logutov was born in Russia in 1980. Lives and works in London. UK. Artist, curator. Author of about two dozen solo exhibitions in Russia and Europe. The artist’s works are both in private and museum collections, including collections of The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, FRAC Bretagne Museum and others.
Stuttgarter Kunstverein e.v Grant for Training
Pedagogics, Fine Art, Samara Pedagogical University
Painting, Samara Art College
Vladimir Logutov is participant of the major international projects in the field of contemporary art. In 2012, Vladimir was a participant in the main project The Unseen at the Fourth Guangzhou Triennial, China. In 2014 he participated in the main project of the 4th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art. In 2010, the artist’s works were presented at the exhibition Modernikon by Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo in Turin, Italy, and next year, as part of the presentation of the Modernikon project at the 54th Venice Biennale. At the next, 55th Venice Biennale, the artist was presented as part of the Lost in Translation project and in the exhibition The Way of Enthusiasts within the 13th Architectural Biennale in Venice. In 2020, he was a participant in the 2nd Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art at the Garage Museum, Moscow.
Vladimir is the winner of the Innovation Prize 2018, Artist of the Year; the winner of the Joseph Brodsky Prize 2018 in the visual arts. Fellow of the American Academy in Rome in 2019.
Ovcharenko; Stanislas Bourgain; PlinthUK
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