Sergey Borisov

Selected Solo & Group Exhibitions:

2012 Silence is Death. Artplаy. Moscow.
2012 Video Art by Sergei Borisov. National Center of Modern Art. Moscow
2012 Alternative fashion before the arrival of gloss. Formula. Etazhy. Saint-Petersburg
2012 Bare bohemia. RuArts Gallery. Оne man show. Moscow

2011 Passion Bild. Russische Kunst seit 1970. Kunst Museum. Bern
2011 Unter den Linden "History of Moscow in Photographs". Berlin
2011 Body LanguageГалерея. Glaz Gallery. Moscow
2011 Alternative fashion before the arrival of gloss. “Garazh”. Moscow
2011 Icons of 90th. Center of Photography “Lumier Brothers”. Moscow
2011Mikhail Gorbachev. Perestroyka. Manezh. Moscow
2010 La Leçon de l’histoire. Palais de Tokio. Paris
2010 Passion Bild. АККА Gallery. Zurich
2010 ICONS of 60-80's. Lumiere brothers Center of Photography. Moscow
2010 Glastnost. Soviet Non-Conformist Art. Hauch of Venison. London
2009 Punkperestroyka 80 . Europe ХХL. Lille. France
2009 Landscape. RuArts gallery. Moscow
2009 Russian Suite. “Na Solyanke” Gallery. Moscow
2009 Hooligans- 80. Manezh. Moscow
2008 Glastnost/Perestroyka. Diel Gallery One. Moscow
2008 Good Artist… RuArts Gallery. Moscow
2008 Photobiennale 2008. “Na Solyanke” Gallery. Moscow

2007 “SOTSART”. State Tretiakov Gallery. Moscow

2007 RUSSIAN PHOTOARTISTS IN LITHUANIA. National Library of Lithuania. Vilnius

2006 SERGEI BORISOV. “GAME METAMORPHOSES”. Manezh. Saint-Petersburg

2006 SERGEI BORISOV . “Glaz” Gallery. Moscow. Solo exhibition

2005 ACCOMPLICES. State Tretiakov Gallery. Moscow

2004 NONKONFORMISTEN. Bern-Zurich-Geneva. Switzerland

2004 BIELLER PHOTOTAGE. Jegge gallery. Biel. Switzerland. Solo exhibition

2004 SERGEI BORISOV, MOSCAU. VILLAGE. TOWN. CITY. PHOTOGRAPHS. Galerie Alex Schlesinger. Zurich. Switzerland. Solo exhibition


2003 MOSCOW. CITY. SPECTACULAR CAPITAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY. Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery. Columbia Univercity. New York



2001 PEOPLE WEARING TIES. “Tochka” Gallery. Moscow. Solo exhibition

2001 DURCHS BILD ZUR WELF GEKOMMEN. (Poser. Photograph “Flying". Zurich

2001 TALES OF LOST TIME. Museum of Contemporary History. Moscow. Solo exhibition

2000 NAKED PEOPLE/ A RETROSPECTIVE. “Tochka” Gallery. Moscow. Solo exhibition

2000 GENERATION PEPSI. Central House of Artists. Moscow

1999 GOLD CANON. State Kremlin Palace. Moscow. First Prize

1998 COPIES OF KING SOLOMON. Studio of Sergei Borisov. Moscow

1998 PEOPLE AND FASHION OF “NEW CULTURE”. Manezh. Moscow. Solo exhibition

1997 PORTRAET EINER ZEIT. FOTOS VON SERGRI BORISOV. Galerie Ars et Vinum. Birmensdorf. Switzerland. From the collection of Rolf Schaerer. Solo exhibition

1996 RUSSIA. GENERAZIONE X. Gallery II diaramma-Kodak Cultura. Milan. Solo exhibition

1995 CONTINENTS. Telecenter. Riazan. Solo exhibition

1995 DAMAGED UTOPIA. Kunstlerwerkstadt. Munich


1993 AND THIS GREASY MOSCOW DUST. S.BORISOV. I.MUKHIN. B.SAVELIEV. Opening of the Museum of Photographic Collections. ROSIZO. Moscow

1991 DEFENSE OF THE WHITE HOUSE. Photocenter. Moscow


1990 WAILING WALL. Dampfcentrale. Bern. Solo exhibition

1989 150 YEARS of HOTOGRAPHY. Manezh. Moscow

1989 ZWEI ANDRESSEN IN MASCAU. Kunsthaus. Zurich. Solo exhibition
1979 PORTRAITA OF NON-CONFORMiST ARTISTS. Moscow. Malaya Gruzinskaya St. Solo exhibition

1979 60 YEARTS OF SOVIET PHOTOGRAPHY. Manezh. Moscow. Diploma

1979 PHOTOGRAPHIC ART. Moscow. Author of the Project, second-degree diploma

1976-86 Regular exhibitions of the Photo-Artist Section of the MOKKhG. Malaya Gruzinskaya St., 28

Defile - 1987



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