http://www.yurishwedoff.gallery

YURI SHWEDOFF

Space Series


Was born in 1991.

In 2008 graduated from the painting department

of the Moscow Academic Art Lyceum of the Russian Academy of Arts.

Currently graduated Surikov Moscow State Academic Art University.

Member of Moscow Union of Artists. 


CONTACT EMAIL - yurishwedoff@gmail.com

Exibitions -

2009 MUOA RUSSIA - XXIX"

2010 MUOA RUSSIA - XXX"

2010 «Young Russian Artists»

2010 Student Art Fair 2010

2011 Martini Art Weekend (Martini Art Club)

2011 ART MOSCOW

2015 I HEART VOVA (Aidan Gallery Moscow)


Till Rabus Born in Neuchâtel in 1975 Live and work in Neuchâtel Switzerland

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L&P APRIL2014 Styling: BRUNO TARSIA By Lorenzo Pennati

On the Boundaries of Darkness by Anton Semenov. Anton Semenov is a digital illustrator from Bratsk, Russia who creates extraordinary animated portraits and mind-bending dark themed characters and worlds. Anton Semenov is as mysterious as his work. Hiding under the nickname Gloom82 on DeviantArt, this young digital artist living in Bratsk, Russia, has indeed created a very dark universe. Semenov’s post apocalyptic cityscapes and intricate monsters bear the inheritance of H.R. Giger’s alien paintings and sculptures, Philip K. Dick’s disturbed science fiction and H.P. Lovecraft’s genetic horrors.

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