Mihail Chemiakin

(Russian, b. 1943)

transformation de picasso by mihail chemiakin

Mihail Chemiakin

Transformation de Picasso, 1991

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Biography

Timeline

1943
Born: in Moscow, Russia
1971
Classical Spanish Epigrams, Book Illustrations, Gold Medal, Venice, Italy
Exiled from Russia; Moved to Paris, France
1981
Moved to New York, NY
1984
Honorary Doctorate, University of San Francisco, CA
1987
Honorary Doctorate, L'Academie Des Arts Européen, Paris, France
1989
Art of Russian and the West, Magazine, Publisher and Editor
1993
Government Prize of Russia by decree of President Boris Yeltsin
1994
Order de Chevalier des Artes et Lettres, by Minister of Culture, France
1996
Honorary Doctorate degrees from Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, and University of Kabardino-Balkaria, Nalchik, Russia

Exhibitions

2006
Masters of Humor & Satire, Sloane Gallery of Art, Denver, CO
2005
Metaphysical Heads & Busts, The Museum of the Imagination, Hudson, NY
2004
Monsters in Art, The Museum of the Imagination, Hudson, NY
Portraits, Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York, NY
pen, ink, Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York, NY
2003
The Hand in Art, The Museum of the Imagination, Hudson, NY
The Reaper: Images of Death in Art, The Museum of the Imagination, Hudson, NY
Mariinsky Theater 1783-2003: Theme and Variations. Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
2002
Chemiakin’s Nutcracker, Museum of Private Collections, State Pushkin Museum of Art, Moscow, Russia
Rats and Cheese, Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
1999
Illustrations to Pushkin’s “Rusalka”, Hoover Institute, Stanford University, CA (solo)
Angels of Death, International Art Center, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
1998
The Theater of Mihail Chemiakin, Bronze, Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York, NY; Museum of the Automobile, Moncalieri, Italy (solo)
Harmony in White, Artswalk, Hudson, NY (solo)
Metaphysical Heads, Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA (solo)
1997
Mihail Chemiakin: St. Petersburg Period, Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
1996
Angels and Figures, Mimi Ferzt Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
1995
Mihail Chemiakin: Sculpture, Painting, Works on Paper, Objets dArt, The Central Exhibition Hall, The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; The State Tretyahov Gallery, Moscow, Russia; Bolshoi Theater, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia (solo)

Public Collections

Dostoevsky Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
Museum of Art of the Lithuanian SSR, Vilnius, Lithuania
Yokohama 21st Century Museum of Art, Yokohama, Japan
Hudson River Museum, New York, NY
Yad Vashem Memorial, Jerusalem Museum, Bochum, Germany
Museum of Modern Art, Paris, France
The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg Museum of Art, Russia
Tretyakov State Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY

Literature

2000
Bass, Ilya and Alan Lamb. M. Chemiakin: A View of the Artist Through the Media, 1962-1999 , Woollyfish Imprints, 2000