Alexander Brodsky  (Russian, 1955) 


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Alexander Brodsky, Untitled (wind box), detail


Alexander Brodsky
Untitled (wind box), detail

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
Alexander Brodsky, Untitled (wind box)


Alexander Brodsky
Untitled (wind box)
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
Alexander Brodsky, Untitled (tea bags)


Alexander Brodsky
Untitled (tea bags)

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
Alexander Brodsky, Untitled (detail)


Alexander Brodsky
Untitled (detail)

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
Alexander Brodsky, Microscope (large)


Alexander Brodsky
Microscope (large)

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
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Alexander Brodsky, Без названия (фрагмент диптиха)


Alexander Brodsky
Без названия (фрагмент диптиха), 2014


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Alexander Brodsky, Из проекта


Alexander Brodsky
Из проекта "Окна и фабрики", 2009


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Alexander Brodsky, Из проекта "Окна и фабрики"


Alexander Brodsky
Из проекта "Окна и фабрики", 2009


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  Born 1955, Moscow
  Studied at Moscow Architecture Institute until 1978
  1999 The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh, PA, Palazzo Nudo
  1997 Hotel Metropole, Moscow, Russia, Aquarium in TeaTro Restaurant
  1996 Public Art Fund, New York, NY, The Canal Street Subway Project
  1994 Hotel Metropole, Moscow, Russia, Bar in TeaTro Restaurant
  1992 Yamagiwa Art Foundation, Tokyo, Japan, commission to participate in Lighting Project '93-96. (with Ilya Utkin)
  1991 European Ceramics Work Centre, Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, commission to design and build monumental sculpture in front of the center. (with Ilya Utkin)
  1990 Pedestrian Bridge, Walkway to the Waterfront, Tacoma, WA, commissioned by the city of Tacoma (work in progress). (with Ilya Utkin)
  1988 Atrium Restaurant, Leninsky Prospect, Moscow, U.S.S.R. (with Ilya Utkin)
  Selected Awards
  2001 First Prize, Premio Milano, Museo del Presente, Milan, Italy, Coma
  1997 Second Prize, British Academy of Fine Arts & British Council, Moscow, Russia, Living Bridges
  1988 First Prize (Architecture), East Meets West in Design Competition, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, NY. (with Ilya Utkin)
  1987 Honorable Mention, Central Glass Competition: The Intelligent Market, Tokyo, Japan. (with Ilya Utkin)
  1986 Second Prize, Central Glass Competition: A Glass Monument to the Year 2001, Tokyo, Japan. (with Ilya Utkin)
  1985 Second Prize, Shinkenchiku Competition: Bulwark of Resistance, Tokyo, Japan. (with Ilya Utkin)
  1984 Second Prize, Central Glass Competition: A Glass Tower, Tokyo, Japan. (with Ilya Utkin)
  1983 Third Prize, Shinkenchiku Competition: A Dwelling with Historicism and Localism, Tokyo, Japan. (with Ilya Utkin)
  1983 Honorable Mention, Central Glass Competition, A Sculpture Museum, Tokyo, Japan. (with Ilya Utkin)
  1982 First Prize, Central Glass Competition: Crystal Palace, Tokyo, Japan. (with Ilya Utkin)
  1978 Second Prize, OISTT Competition: Theater for Future Generations, Paris, France. (with Ilya Utkin)
  2010, Winner, Kandinsky Award, ArtChronika Foundation, Moscow, Russia, The Road.
  2012, Winner, Best Work of Visual Art Prize, Innovation Prize, National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia, Cisterna Project.
2011   Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970-1990, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK
2010   Windows, Galleria Milano, Milan, Italy
2010   Counterpoint, Contemporary Russian Art — From the Icon to the Avant-Garde, Louvre Museum, Paris, France
2010   Alexander Brodsky: Installations, Perm Museum of Contemporary Art, Perm, Russia
2009   The Third Moscow Biennale, Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Moscow, Russia
2009   Night Before the Attack, Winzavod Center for Contemporary Art and M+J Guelman Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2008   Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL, Russian Dreams..., December 4 – February 8, 2009
2008   Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, Drawing Review: 37 Years of Works on Paper, November 22 – December 23
2007   Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, Alexander Brodsky, April 5 – May 10 (solo)
2006   Russian Pavilion, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy, Inhabited Locality, September 10 – November 19 (solo)
2006   Galleria Milano, Milan, Italy, Three Tables, September 22 – November 4 (solo)
2006   White Space Gallery, London, UK, Depository of Dreams, November 30 – December 20
2006   Fundacion del Museo Guggenheim, Bilbao, Spain, Russia!, March 28 – September 1
2002   Aedes Gallery, Berlin, Germany, The Installation, February 8 – March 16 (solo)
2001   PAC and Milan Triennale (Hosted by), Milan, Italy, Milano Europa 2000. Fine secolo. I semi del futuro
2001   Community Gallery, Jersey City, NJ, Working Here: Art at 111, October 13 – November 11
2000   Lamont Art Gallery, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH, Seeing Isn’t Believing: Russian Art Since Glasnost, March 31- May 13
2000   Marat Guelman Gallery, Moscow, Russia, Coma (solo)
1999   Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, Grey Matter, November 20-December 18 (solo)
1999   Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, PA, Palazzo Nudo: Recent Etchings, September 3 – October 16 (solo)
1998   State Museum of Architecture, Moscow, Russia, Tochkiiskhoda (Vanishing Points), December 1997 – February 1998 (solo)
1998   Tretjakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia, Living Bridges, September – October. (catalogue) (solo)
1998   Tretjakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia, Architecture & Design (solo)
1996   The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, The Moscow Studio: A Five-Year Printmaking Retrospective 1991-1996, November 27-December 30. (catalogue) (solo)
1996   Marat Guelman Gallery, Moscow, Russia, Futurophobia, October (solo)
1996   Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, Visible Parts, June 11 - July 13 (solo)
1996   John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton, Southampton, England, Elsewhere, September 24 - November 2
1996   The Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan, Archaeology of the Future, July 24 - September 16, and travel to: Hiroshima Museum of Art, September 22 - November 4; Gifu Prefectural Museum, November 12 - December 22
1996   The X-Art Foundation, New York, NY, Blast Art Benefit, February 6-February 10
1996   Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, NC, Russian Conceptual Art of the 1980s: The Collection of the Duke University Museum of Art, January 19-March 31
1996   Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, Withdrawing, January 13-February 17
1995   Wessel & Lieberman Books, Seattle, WA, Romantic Visions, September 7-October 7
1995   Seafirst Gallery, Seattle, WA, A Place for Trestles, March 3-March 31
1995   Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia, Canalis Utopicus, November 17-December 20 (solo)
1994   de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA, Ideal Landscapes: Artists from the Former Soviet Union, September 17-December 2
1993   Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY, Universalism and Particularism: The Russian World in Transition, November 24 - March 17, 1994
2010    Artforum, “Alexander Brodsky”, Brian Droitcour
2009    Kishkovsky, Sophia. “For Richer and for Povera.” ARTnews 108, no. 5 (May 2009): 58, 60
2009    Turner, Elisa. “Russian Dreams….” Art News 108 num. 4 (April, 2009) p. 118-19
2008    Cote, David. “Beckett Shorts.” Time Out New York, January 3-9, 2008, p. 135
2008    Yung, Susan. “Beckett Shorts.”, (2008),
2007    “Aleksandr Brodsky: Pavilion in the Park in Moscow.” Lotus international 130 (2007): 51-54
2007    Ashman, Angela. “Voice Choices” Village Voice, December 5 -11, 2007, p. 38
2007    Bennett, Kim. “Brodsky & Utkin: Etchings from the Projects Portfolio (1981-1990).” Article 3 (Fall 2007): 2
2007    Brantley, Ben. “When a Universe Reels, A Baryshnikov May Fall.” The New York Times, Wednesday, December 19, 2007, p. E5
2007    Feingold, Michael. “Ye Un-Merry Gentlemen.” The Village Voice, December 26, 2007 – January 1, 2008, p. 41
2007    Sulcas, Roslyn. “The Week Ahead, Dec 16 – 22, Dance.” The New York Times, December 16, 2007