Natasha Akhmerova Gallery
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WORKS IN COLLECTION: 18
OTHER WORKS
WORKS IN COLLECTION: 18
Born in Russia in 1960.

Studied at the Leningrad (now St.Petersburg) State Repin Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, then worked at the artists’ community at Furmany Lane in Moscow along with many famous perestroika generation artists.

Currently lives and works in New York City

SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2010 Gallery Barbarian Art and Kolodzei Art Foundation in collaboration with Phenomena project, New York. Catalog
2008 Galerie Zama, Greenwich, CT. Catalog
2005 Rima Fine Art Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ
2003 Rima Fine Art Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ
2002 Inter Art Gallery, New York NY
2000 London Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia. Catalog.
1992 Mimi Ferzt Gallery,New York, NY
1991 Prince Art Gallery, New York, NY
1989 Galleria Krista Mikkola, Helsinki, Finland. Catalog
1988 Galleria Bondenschaft, Basel, Switzerland

GROUP EXHIBITIONS:

2007 McDougal Auction Catalogue; June, London
2005 Uphouse Fine Art Publisher,s Catalogue; Scottsdele,
2002 London Contemporary Art; Gallery; Guide; London, England
1995 Five + Five, Ernest Rubinstein Gallery; New York NY
1994 De Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University; San Francisco, CA Stuart Levy Gallery, New York NY
1993 Stuart Levy Gallery, New York, NY Sacrifice, J.Claramunt Gallery, New York NY Homosexual Ideology, RAAC Gallery; New York, NY
1992 Bricker Hall Gallery; Ohio State University; Columbus, OH
1991 Michael Kizhner Gallery; Los Angeles CA The Storm Collection Catalogue; London, England
1990 Helen Drut Gallery Catalogue; New York, NY Stuart Levy Gallery; New York NY Furmanny Lane Workshops; Zurich, Switzerland, Catalogue Golda Meir Association Catalogue; New York NY
1989 Three Young Soviet Artists; Catalogue New York NY Galleria Bodenschatz; Basel, Switzerland
1989 Art Fair, Stockholm, Sweden, Catalogue New Art From Moscow; Labyrinth, Catalogue Hamburg, Germany Museum of Modern Art and Gallery Center; Zagreb, Yugoslavia Catalogues: Museum Vasarely; Zurich, Switzerland Catalogue Phillips Auction; London, England Catalogue