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Alexander Egorov
Works
Solo exhibitions
2017

Stickers. Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia

2013

Egorov Alexander. Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Group exhibitions
2019

Mutatio. Library and media centre №67 together with Art Laboratory PinkGrig. Moscow, Russia

2018

Young portfolio acquisitions 2017. KMoPA, Kiyosato, Japan

2017

Art Ovrag Festival, Vyksa, Russia

Our Home. Center of photography Lumiere brothers, Moscow, Russia

Borders Of Feelings. Falling In Love. Milyutinsky squat, Moscow, Russia

Borders Of Feelings. Euphoria. Milyutinsky squat, Moscow, Russia

Borders Of Feelings. Apathy. Milyutinsky squat, Moscow, Russia

2014

Photo plein-air. Muzeon. Moscow, Russia

2013

Moscow Photographic Salon, Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia

SakhArt 3, SakhArt 4. Krasnopresnenskaya sugar factory, Moscow, Russia

The Best of Russia 2012. Centre of Contemporary Art Winzavod, Moscow, Russia

Positive in My Mind v 3.0. G8 Gallery, Moscow, Gorki-8, Russia

2012

Nike «Chance». Big Exhibition Hall, Artplay Design Centre, Moscow, Russia

Positive in My Mind v 2.0. G8 Gallery, Moscow, Gorki-8, Russia

«The Best of Britanka», Artplay Design Centre, Moscow, Russia

Exhibitions
Biography
Russian artist working with photography. In his practice Egorov combines photography and digital technologies, using the deconstruction technique. Alexander Egorov’s work is devoted to information saturation and overconsumption, the aesthetics of imperfection and the modelling of neo-reality.

Born in 1987 in Moscow. In 2010 he graduated from the Ivan Fyodorov University of Printing Arts in Moscow, then in 2012 from the Moscow British Higher School of Design (Faculty of Photography). From 2019 to 2020 he took the New Artistic Strategies course at the Joseph Backstein Institute of Contemporary Art. In 2012 Alexander Egorov won The Best of Russia award with his ‘Sandman’ project. The Ruarts Gallery has hosted two solo exhibitions by the photographer: ‘Alexander Egorov’ in 2013, and ‘Stickers’ in 2017. The artist’s works are included in the permanent collection of the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts (KMoPA, Japan), where they participated in the Young Portfolio Acquisitions project in 2018 and 2021.

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