BARBARIAN-ART GALLERY

Artem Mirolevich

(Russian, b. 1976)

everyday by artem mirolevich

Artem Mirolevich

Everyday, 2011

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flying dutchman by artem mirolevich

Artem Mirolevich

Flying Dutchman, 2010

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foot of atlantis by artem mirolevich

Artem Mirolevich

Foot of Atlantis, 2004

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killer whale, 2010 by artem mirolevich

Artem Mirolevich

Killer whale, 2010

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mother ship by artem mirolevich

Artem Mirolevich

Mother Ship, 2007–2009

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octopus by artem mirolevich

Artem Mirolevich

Octopus, 2010

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octopus by artem mirolevich

Artem Mirolevich

Octopus, 2007–2009

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seahorse by artem mirolevich

Artem Mirolevich

Seahorse, 2010

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shark in the city by artem mirolevich

Artem Mirolevich

Shark in the city, 2007–2009

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ship city by artem mirolevich

Artem Mirolevich

Ship City, 2007–2009

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spaceman temple by artem mirolevich

Artem Mirolevich

Spaceman Temple

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submarine by artem mirolevich

Artem Mirolevich

Submarine, 2007–2009

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Biography

Timeline

Artem Mirolevich was born in 1976, in the city of Minsk, Russia. At the age of 17, Artem and his family moved to the States, making their home in Buffalo, NY. Soon after his arrival, Artem enrolled in the School of Visual Art, in New York City, and was granted a scholarship from the Department of Illustration. One of his greatest inspirations during his four years as a student was a semester spent in Amsterdam at the Rietvield Academy of Art. Intrigued by the city's cultural and architectural landscape, he used this inspiration to produce many works of art, including images of a post-apocalyptic city submerged deep under water. Artem returned to New York to complete his studies, and graduated in 1999 with a bachelor's in Fine Art and Illustration. Invigorated by his experience abroad, he was drawn to the idea of exploring other countries of the world. He spent the following summer traveling through Israel and Egypt. The experiences he gained traveling throughout different countries helped to shape his perception, and artistic vision of the world.