Aske Dmitri
Solo exhibitions

A Glimpse of the future. 9B Gallery, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia


A moment before the dawn. Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia


Through the mist. Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia


Reality 2.0. Vladey, Moscow, Russia

Group exhibitions

Exhibition of the 4th Moscow Art Prize Nominees, Media Center of Zaryadye Park, Moscow, Russia


Personal Space, a collective retrospective exhibition, The Ruarts Gallery, Moscow, Russia


TRUE LY. Ruarts Foundation, Moscow, Russia


The Red Garden, GUM-Red-Line Gallery festival, Red Square. Moscow, Russia


The Russian Fairy Tale. From Vasnetsov to the Present, The New Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow, Russia


Gravitational Collapse. Artservatory Center of Contemporary Art. Khabarovsk, Russia

Vladey pre-auction exhibition All for 100. Gostiny Dvor. Moscow, Russia

Cuadratura. Galeria Kreisler. Madrid, Spain

The Street Wave. Omsk Regional M.A. Vrubel Museum of Fine Arts. Omsk, Russia


Street Art in Russia from the 1980s to 2010s. As part of the III Artmossphere Street Art Biennale, CCA Winzavod. Moscow, Russia

Vladey pre-auction exhibition Heroes of Our Time. Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Moscow, Russia

Wall Elements 2. Ruarts Gallery. Moscow, Russia

Wall Elements. Manege Central Exhibition Hall. Saint Petersburg, Russia


Unstable Equilibrium. International University. Moscow, Russia


Street art: Conservation. Victoria Gallery. Samara, Russia

Vladey pre-auction exhibition. Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Moscow, Russia

Football-Hockey. CCA Winzavod. Moscow, Russia

Invisible Wall. II Artmossphere Street Art Biennale. Central Manege. Moscow, Russia

Nalitso. Futuro Gallery. Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia


East Street / West Street. Lollipop Gallery. London, UK

A Major Minority.1AM Gallery. San Francisco, USA

Street Art. MMOMA. Moscow, Russia

Project 64. VDNKh. Moscow, Russia

The Other Summer Exhibition. Lollipop Gallery. London, UK

Unforeseen Circumstances. Ruarts Gallery. Moscow, Russia


The New Wave Uncut. MSK Eastside Gallery. Moscow, Russia

Urbanism: City In My Head. Museum of Moscow. Moscow, Russia

The Long Tomorrow (with Alexey Luka). Pechersky Gallery. Moscow, Russia

Wall Elements. Ruarts Gallery. Moscow, Russia


Synthesis & Integration. Gallery. Moscow, Russia


The End. Mexico. Cancun, Mexico


Faces and Laces. Vetoshny complex. Moscow, Russia


Faces and Laces. Vetoshny complex. Moscow, Russia

Kunstkraft. Studio Alte Feuerwache. Mannheim, Germany

Faces and Laces. VDNKh. Moscow, Russia

Seattle Moscow Poster Show, Bumbershoot. Seattle, USA


Faces and Laces. Arsenal Complex. Moscow, Russia


Faces and Laces. Moscow Center for Arts Gallery. Moscow, Russia


Urban Animals. Mars Gallery. Moscow, Russia


Accomplices. The State Tretyakov gallery. Moscow, Russia

Kontrast. Mode Museum. Antwerp, Belgium

Original Fake. Moscow Center for Arts Gallery. Moscow, Russia

One of the ideologists and most prominent participants of the Russian urban contemporary art movement. Dmitri creates studio works in his own original technique – mosaic relief made of plywood, as well as large-scale paintings, panels and sculptures in public spaces. His monumental works can be found in Moscow, Vladivostok, Nizhny Novgorod, Tula, Mannheim in German and other cities. In 2019, Dmitri created a large mural at the terminal of the Leningradsky railway station in Moscow and took part in the group exhibition "The Russian Fairy Tale. From Vasnetsov to the Present" held in New Tretyakov Gallery. In 2020, Ruarts gallery hosted the Aske's solo exhibition "A moment before the dawn"‎. In 2021 there was another Dmitri's solo exhibition hosted by 9B gallery called "Glimpse of the Future"‎. In 2022, one work from the exhibition "Reality 2.0" (2016, Vladey Space, Moscow, Russia) was included in the collection of the Russian Museum. In 2023, he made a monumental panel "Return" (size 5 x 6.4 meters) dedicated to the theme of the revival of urban river transport in the renovated building of the Southern River Station in Moscow.

Moreover, Aske is an influential researcher of graffiti and street art. In 2015, Dmitri held a large-scale series of lectures on street art which was his project within a grant program of Ruarts Foundation and the Artmosphere creative association. In 2018, as part of the lll Artmossphere biennale, Aske presented a research exhibition project "Street art in Russia from 1980s to 2010s". In 2019, Aske took on the role of one of the editors of the Encyclopedia of street art in Russia. In 2022, the edition "A Graffiti Alphabet" was released, for which Aske created the design layout of the book, and also wrote texts. Especially for the book, 33 artists, closely connected to graffiti, design a Cyrillic letter and the complete alphabet.

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