Vitaly Komar  (Russian, 1943) 

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Vitaly Komar, A Cross as Two Hourglasses (from “Three-Day Weekend” series)

 

Vitaly Komar
A Cross as Two Hourglasses (from “Three-Day Weekend” series)
2004-2005

Sloane Gallery of Art
Vitaly Komar, Between Darkness and Light (from “Three-Day Weekend” series)

 

Vitaly Komar
Between Darkness and Light (from “Three-Day Weekend” series)
2004-2005

Sloane Gallery of Art
Vitaly Komar, Fragile Unity with E.T. (From Three-Day Weekend Series)

 

Vitaly Komar
Fragile Unity with E.T. (From Three-Day Weekend Series)
2004-2005

Sloane Gallery of Art
Vitaly Komar, Lenin with Crown

 

Vitaly Komar
Lenin with Crown
2007-2009

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
Vitaly Komar, Untitled (Stilleben mit Brille und Buch)

 

Vitaly Komar
Untitled (Stilleben mit Brille und Buch)
1968

Galerie Sandmann
Vitaly Komar, Mandala for Photographs

 

Vitaly Komar
Mandala for Photographs
2004-2005

Galerie Sandmann
Vitaly Komar, Later I understood why the photograph of the Yalta conference had attachen me, No III 3

 

Vitaly Komar
Later I understood why the photograph of the Yalta conference had attachen me, No III 3
2004-2005

Galerie Sandmann
Vitaly Komar, Later I understood why the photograph of the Yalta conference had attached me, No XII

 

Vitaly Komar
Later I understood why the photograph of the Yalta conference had attached me, No XII
2004-2005

Galerie Sandmann
Vitaly Komar, The horizon of the End of the Tunnel

 

Vitaly Komar
The horizon of the End of the Tunnel
2004-2005

Galerie Sandmann
Vitaly Komar, Flash backs

 

Vitaly Komar
Flash backs
2004-2005

Galerie Sandmann
Vitaly Komar, Forbidden Fruit No 2

 

Vitaly Komar
Forbidden Fruit No 2
2004-2005

Galerie Sandmann
Vitaly Komar, The burning letters

 

Vitaly Komar
The burning letters
1968

Galerie Sandmann
Vitaly Komar, Fragile Unity #1 (from Three-Day Weekend)

 

Vitaly Komar
Fragile Unity #1 (from Three-Day Weekend)
2004-2005

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
  

1943   Born in Moscow, Russia
1958 - 1960   Art School, Moscow
1962 - 1967   Study and graduation at Moscow High School of Industry (former Stroganow)
1973 - 2003   Cooperation with Alexander Melamid: The artists Komar & Melamid are co-founders of the so-called 'soz-art' movement, created in the early 70s in Moscow. In 2004 the artists duo separated and both are working independently now.
  Since 1978 living in New York, USA
2011   Counterpoint, Contemporary Russian Art — From the Icon to the Avant-Garde by way of the Museum, Louvre Museum, Paris, France
2011   Museum of Parallel Narratives, In the Framework of L'Internationale Museu D'Art Contemporani de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
2009   Kΰr/Mold 2009, Oud Charlois, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
2009   New Symbolism, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY
2008   Medium Religion, Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany
2007   My Choice – Landscape with Lenin’s Tomb, Second Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Marat Guelman Gallery, Moscow, Russia (solo)
2007   Three-Day Weekend, Galerie Sandmann (solo)
2007   2. Moscow Biennale, Moscow, Russia (solo)
2005   Cooper Union, Catalogue
2002   'Iconoclash', Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, Germany
1999   Venice Biennale, Russian Pavilion, Venice, Italy (solo)
1997   Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy (Joint exhibition with A. Melamid) (solo)
1995   Biennale Istanbul, Turkey
1989   Brooklyn Museum, NY, USA (Joint exhibition with A. Melamid) (solo)
1987   Dokumenta 8, Kassel, Germany
1984 - 1985   Museum of Modern Art in Oxford, UK (Joint exhibition with A. Melamid) (solo)
1977   'La nuova arte sovetica – una prospettiva non ufficiale', Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
1976   Ronald Feldman, NY, USA (Joint exhibition with A. Melamid) (solo)
1974   1st ‘Open air exhibition’ (Bulldozer exhibition), Beljaewo, Moscow, Russia