Oleg Vassiliev  (Russian, 1931) 


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Oleg Vassiliev, Artists in New York


Oleg Vassiliev
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Oleg Vassiliev, Kira


Oleg Vassiliev

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Oleg Vassiliev, Hazy Self Portrait Drawn without Glasses at Summer Home in Abramtsevo


Oleg Vassiliev
Hazy Self Portrait Drawn without Glasses at Summer Home in Abramtsevo

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Oleg Vassiliev, From Family Album of District Doctor


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From Family Album of District Doctor
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Oleg Vassiliev, Untitled (6 works)


Oleg Vassiliev
Untitled (6 works), 1991


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Oleg Vassiliev, The Broken Tree


Oleg Vassiliev
The Broken Tree, 1990
oil and pencil on canvas


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Oleg Vassiliev, Autoportrait


Oleg Vassiliev
Autoportrait, 1976
crayon and pencil on paper


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1931   Born in Moscow, Russia.
1958   Graduated from the V.I. Surikov State Art Institute, Moscow
1990   Emigrated to the USA.
2007   New York, Forum Gallery, Oleg Vassiliev: Drawings (cat.) (solo)
2005   New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Russia! (cat.)
2005   The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg Collage in Russia XX Century (cat.)
2004   Moscow, The State Tretyakov Gallery and Berlin, Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin-Moscow/Moscow-Berlin, Kunst 1950-2000, (cat.)
2004   Yeshiva University Museum, New York, REMEMBRANCE: Russian Post-Modern Nostalgia (cat.)
2004   Canada, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Global Village: The 1960s (cat.
2004   Moscow, The State Tretyakov Gallery, Memory Speaks (Themes and Variations), retrospective, traveled to The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg (cat.) (solo)
2003   Paramus, New Jersey, The Bergen Museum of Art and Science, Finding Freedom: 40 Years of Soviet and Russian Art, Selections from the Kolodzei Collection of Russian and Eastern European Art
2002   Zurich, Andy Jllien Gallery, Moskauer Avantgarde: Grisha Bruskin, Erik Bulatov, Ilya Kabakov, Dmitri Prigov, Oleg Vassiliev,
2002   Lisbon, Centro Cultural de Belem, Malevich, Cinema and Beyond (cat.)
2002   Moscow, National Center for Contemporary Art
2001   New Brunswick, New Jersey, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Realities and Utopias (cat.)
2001   Nevada, University of Las Vegas, Barrick Museum, Cold War/Hot Culture; American and Russian Nonconformist Art,
2000   New Hampshire, Exeter, Phillips Exeter Academy, The Lamont Gallery, Seeing Isn’t Believing: Russian Art Since Glasnost, (cat.)
2000   Zurich, Galerie Andy Jllien, Recent Works (solo)
2000   Dartmouth, University of Massachusetts, University Art Gallery, The Past Isn’t Dead, It Isn’t Even Past, (cat.) (solo)
1999   Oslo, Blomquist Works 1987-1995 (cat.) (solo)
1999   North Carolina, Wake Forest University Fine Arts Gallery, Winston-Salem, On Black Paper, traveled to Denison University Art Gallery, Granville, Ohio (cat.) (solo)
1999   Washington, DC, organized by International Art and Artists, Forbidden Art: The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde, traveled to: Miami University Art Museum, Oxford, Ohio; The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg; The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow; Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, California; McMullen Museum, Boston College, Massachusetts; Bruce Museum of Art and Science, Greenwich, Connecticut (cat.)
1999   Minneapolis, University of Minnesota, Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, It’s the Real Thing…Soviet and Post-Soviet Sots Art and American Pop Art (cat.)
1998   New York, Tabakman Gallery, The Russian Thaw
1998   Florida, Museum of Fine Art, St. Petersburg, Selections from the Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection of Nonconformist Art of the Soviet Union
1997   Moscow, Phoenix Gallery, Oleg Vassiliev (solo)
1996   Drobak (Norway), Oljemalerier Galleri Cassandra (solo)
1996   Litografier til Tsjekhovs novelle ‘Husel med Arken’, (cat.) (solo)
1996   Rome. Radar, Art Russia (cat.)
1995   Berlin, Kiel Haus am Waldesee, Sadgalerie im Sophenhot, Flug, Entfernung, Verschwinden, Konzeptuelle Kunst aus Moskau, (cat.)
1995   New Jersey, New Brunswick, Rutgers University, The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, From Gulag to Glasnost: Nonconformist Art from the Soviet Union (cat.)
1995   Munich, Kraftmessen, The Damaged Utopia (cat.)
1995   Kentucky, Lexington, Transylvania University, Morlan Gallery, Russian Images 1966-1995
1995   New York, Phyllis Kind Gallery, Group Show
1995   Germany, Karlsruhe, Museum Kunstverein, A Mosca…A Mosca (cat.)
1995   Denver, Sloane Gallery, Windows of Memory (solo)
1995   Lexington, Art Museum of the University of Kentucky, Conceptual Posters by Oleg Vassiliev (solo)
1994   Oklahoma, Kolodzei Collection of Contemporary Russian Art, Works on Paper
1994   Poland, Dunikowski Museum Palac, Krolikarni, and The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, No! and the Conformists. Faces of Soviet Art 1950-1980 (cat.)
1994   Bern, Kunstmuseum, Zeitgenossen
1994   New York, P.S.1, Stalin’s Choice: Soviet Socialist Realism 1932-1956,
1993   Moscow, Central House of Artists, Monuments: Transformation for the Future
1993   Paris, Post Museum, Temporary Address for Contemporary Russian Art
1993   New York, Stuart Levy Gallery, Old Symbols, New Icons in Russian Contemporary Art
1993   New York, Phyllis Kind Gallery, M’AIDEZ/MAYDAY
1993   Norway, Kirkenes, Norsk-Russick Center, Tre Kunstneres syn pa Tjekov
1993   Canada, Centre International d’Art Contemporain de Montreal, After Perestroika: Kitchenmaids or Stateswomen (cat.)
1993   New York, Monumental Propaganda, exhibition organized by Komar & Melamid and Independent Curators Incorporated, traveled to: Courtyard Gallery, World Financial Center, New York; The Institute of Contemporary Art, Moscow; AI Gallery, Institute of History, Talinn, Estonia; Moderna Galerija Ljubljana, Slovenia; Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan; The Muckenthaler Art Center, Fullerton, California; The Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach; Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri; Helsinki City Art Museum, Finland; Uppsala Konstmuseum; Helsinki; Kennisaw State University, Georgia (cat.)
1993   New York, Phyllis Kind Gallery, Recent Works (solo)
1992   Germany, Bohum, Bohum Museum, Lianozovo-Moscow: Vsevelod Nekrasov’s Russian Art Collection
1992   Moscow, Center of Contemporary Art, Three Points of View (cat.)
1992   Italy, Herculaneaum, Villa Campolieto, and Bologna, Museum of Modern Art, A Mosca…A Mosca, (cat.)
1992   New York, Phyllis Kind Gallery, Erik Bulatov and Oleg Vassiliev (cat.)
1991   Spain, Santiago de Compostela, Auditorio de Galicia, Artistos Rusos Contemporaneos,
1991   New York, Phyllis Kind Gallery, Erik Bulatov/Oleg Vassiliev
1991   Madrid, Galeria Fernando Duran, Oleg Vassiliev, (cat.) (solo)
1991   Moscow, The State Literature Museum, Group Exhibition
1991   New York, Berman-E.N. Gallery, Back to Square One (cat.)
1991   Leningrad, Moscow and The Russian Museum, The Tretyakov Gallery, The Other Art: Moscow 1956-1976 (cat.)
1991   Tokyo, Setagaya Museum, Soviet Contemporary Art: From Thaw to Perestroika
1990   Moscow, Palace of Youth, Logic of Paradox
1990   Moscow, Soviet Foundation of Culture, Alternative Art of the 60s
1990   Connecticut,Ridgefield, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Contemporary Soviet Art: Adaptation and Negation of Socialist Realism (cat.)
1990   Paris, Foire International d’Art Contemporain (FIAC 90)
1989   New York, Phyllis Kind Gallery, Erik Bulatov/Oleg Vassiliev
1989   Switzerland, Kunstmuseum Luzern, From the Revolution to Perestroika, Soviet Art of the Ludwig Collection, traveled to Palau de la Virreina-Ajuntment de Barcelona, Spain, and Musee d’Art Moderne de St. Etienne, France (cat.)
1989   Moscow, First Gallery, Photo in Painting
1989   New York, Phyllis Kind Gallery, Behind the Ironic Curtain
1989   USSR, Uzbekistan, Tashkent, The State Museum of Fine Arts, 100 Artists from the Kolodzei Collection,
1988   Bern, Kunstmuseum, Ich Lebe, Ich Sene (cat.)
1988   Moscow, Exhibition Hall Begovaya Ulitza, No Problem
1987   New York, Phyllis Kind Gallery, Direct from Moscow
1987   Milan/Rome, Marconi Galleria, Soviet Art
1987   Moscow, Kashirskoye Shosse Exhibition Space, The Artist and His Time
1982   Moscow, Conference and Exhibition at the Center of Aesthetics, Photography and Painting
1982   France, Elancourt, Villedien Culture Center, New Tendencies of Soviet Unofficial Art 1956-1981
1981   Jersey City, The C.A.S.E. Museum of Unofficial Soviet Art, 25 Years of Soviet Unofficial Art 1956-1981,
1977   Venice Biennale, La Nuova arte sovietica: una prospettiva non ufficiale (New Soviet Art: a Non-official Prospective)
1968   Moscow, Bluebird Café, Oleg Vassiliev (solo)
2003    Berlin Moscow / Moscow Berlin Kunst 1950-2000. Moscow: State Tretyakov Gallery, Berlin: Martin-Gropius-Bau
2002    Nekrasov, Vsevolod. Zhivu Vizhu (Live and See). Moscow
1999    Blomqvist. Oleg Vassiliev: Works 1987-1999 Catalogue. Oslo, Norway
1998    Forbidden Art: The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde Catalogue. New York: DIA
1998    Khidekel, Regina. It's the Real Thing: Soviet and Post-Soviet Sots Art and American Pop Art Catalogue. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press
1995    A Mosca...A Mosca... Catalogue. Olograf Editioni, Bologna, Italy, 1992, Karlsruhe, Germany
1995    Baigell, Renee and Matthew Baigell. Soviet Dissident Artists: Interviews After Perestroika. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP
1991    Phyllis Kind Gallery. Eric Bulatov/Oleg Vassiliev. New York
1989    Bown, Matthew Cullerne. Contemporary Russian Art. New York: Allied Books
1989    Tupitsyn, Margarita. Margins of Soviet Art. Milan: Giancarlo Politi Editore