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  BRODSKY, Alexandr Savvich 

 Biographical information 
 
Born 1955, Moscow, USSR
Graduated 1978, The Moscow Architecture Institute
1985 Member of Union of Architects of Russia
1986 Member of Union of Artists of Russia
1995 Professor of the Moscow Branch of the International Academy of Architecture
 

 Collections where works are held 
 
Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia
Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa
Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, North Carolina
The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC
Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, Massachusetts
Museum of Art, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, Illinois
Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York
Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon
Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow
San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, California
San Diego State University Art Gallery, San Diego, California
Wellington Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York
 

 Participation in exhibitions and auctions 
 
SOLO EXHIBITIONS:

2009 Third Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art
2009 Guelman gallery, Moscow "Windows and Factories"
2007 Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, “Alexander Brodsky”.
2006 Russian Pavilion, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy, “Inhabited Locality”.
2006 Galleria Milano, Milan, Italy, “Three Tables”.
2002 Aedes Gallery, Berlin, Germany, “The Installation”.
2000 Marat Guelman Gallery, Moscow, Russia, “Coma”.
1999 Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, “Grey Matter”.
Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, PA, “Palazzo Nudo: Recent Etching”.
1997 State Museum of Architecture, Moscow, Russia, “Tochkiskhoda (Vanishing Points)”.
1997 Tretjakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia, “Living Bridges”.
1997 Tretjakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia, “Architecture & Design 1997”.
1997 The Third International Art Fair, Moscow, Russia.
1997 The Second International Art Fair, Moscow, Russia.
1996 The Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, “The Moscow Studio: A Five-Year Printmaking Retrospective 1991-1996”.
1996 Marat Guelman Gallery, Moscow, Russia, “Futurophobia”.
1996 Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, “Visible Parts”.
1995 Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia, “Canalis Utopicus”.

JOINT EXHIBITIONS WITH ILYA UTKIN
1998 Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Wilmington, DE, “Contemporary Russian Artists”.
1996 David Winton Bell Gallery, Providence, RI, “Brodsky & Utkin”.
1994 Gallery 210, University of Missouri, St. Louis, MO, “Brodsky & Utkin-Paper Architecture”.
1994 Kathy Kaperick Gallery, Tacoma, WA, “Brodsky & Utkin”.
1993 Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR, “Brodsky & Utkin: Paper Architecture in a Real World”.
1993 Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, “Brodsky & Utkin: Sculptures and Prints by Two Visionary Russian Architects”.
1992 Wellington City Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand, “Palazzo Nero”.
1992 Museum of Art, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, “Alexander Brodsky & Ilya Utkin: Projects”.
1991 Gallery 72, Omaha, NB, “Architectural Drawings by Alexander Brodsky & Ilya Utkin”.
1991 Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA, “Brodsky and Utkin: Twelfth Street Bridge Project”.
1991 Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, Pittsburgh, PA, “Brodsky and Utkin”.
1990 Linda Farris Gallery, Seattle, WA, “Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin”.
1990 Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, “Brodsky & Utkin”.
1989 University Art Gallery, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, “Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin”.

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2008 Bass Museum of Art, Miami, FL, “Russian Dreams...”
2008 Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, “Drawing Review: 37 Years of Works on Paper”
2006 White Space Gallery, London, UK, “Depository of Dreams”
2006 Fundacion del Museo Guggenheim, Bilbao, Spain, “Russia!”
2001 PAC and Milan Triennale (Hosted by), Milan, Italy, “Milano Europa 2000. Fine secolo. I semi del futuro”
2001 Community Gallery, Jersey City, NJ, “Working Here: Art at 111”
2000 Lamont Art Gallery, Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH, “Seeing Isn’t Believing: Russian Art Since Glasnost”
1996 John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton, Southampton, England, “Elsewhere”
1996 The Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, Japan, “Archaeology of the Future”
1996 The X-Art Foundation, New York, NY, “Blast Art Benefit”
1996 Duke University Museum of Art, Durham, NC, “Russian Conceptual Art of the 1980s: The Collection of the Duke University Museum of Art”
1996 Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY, “Withdrawing”
1995 Wessel & Lieberman Books, Seattle, WA, “Romantic Visions”
1995 Seafirst Gallery, Seattle, WA, “A Place for Trestles”
1994 de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA, “Ideal Landscapes: Artists from the Former Soviet Union”
1993 Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY, “Universalism and Particularism: The Russian World in Transition”
1993 The Rye Arts Center, Rye, NY, “From Chaos to Creation: Russian Art from 1972-1992”
1992 Ewing Gallery, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN, “Current/Currents”
1992 Lintas Corporation, New York, NY, “Teamwork”
1991 Irving Galleries, Sydney, Australia, “After Perestroika”
1991 Spectrum Gallery, San Francisco, CA, “Avvakumov/Brodsky/Utkin: Conceptual Soviet Architecture”
1991 Lorence Monk Gallery, New York, NY, “Dead Heroes, Disfigured Love”
1990 Foundation pour l`Architecture, Brussells, Belgium, “Paper Architecture”
1990 Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, “Intaglio Printing in the 1980`s”
1990 Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, WA, “Between Spring and Summer: Soviet Conceptual Art in the Era of Late Communism”
1990 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, List Visual Arts Center, Cambridge, MA, “Paper Architecture: New Projects from the Soviet Union”
1989 De Tien van Fort Asperen, Leerdam, The Netherlands, “Architecture and Imagination”.
1989 Amsterdam, "Soviet Architecture: 1917-1987”
1989 West Berlin, “Concepts in Soviet Architecture: 1917-1988”)
1989 Antwerp, “Paper Architecture”
1989 Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, NY, “East Meets West in Design”
1989 La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, “Festival of Soviet Arts”
1989 The Clocktower, New York, “Exhibition Diomede”
1989 DeutschesArchitekturmuseum, Frankfurt am Main, “Paper Architecture: New Projects from the Soviet Union”
1988 Architectural Association, London, “Nostalgia of Culture”
1988 La Grande Halle de La Villette, Paris, France, “Architecture de Papier d`URSS”
1988 Museum of Finnish Architecture, Helsinki, Finland, “Soviet Architecture: 1917-1988”
1988 17th Trienalle, Milan, Italy, “The City of the World and the Future of the Metropolis”
1988 Paris, France, «Inventor `89»
1988 The Clocktower, New York, NY, “Present Tensions: 25 Years of Irreverence in Architecture”
1986 SKVC Gallery, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, “Paper Architecture”
 

 Autobiographical notes 
 
 

 What the critics say 
 
 

 Bibliography 
 
Kishkovsky, Sophia. “For Richer and for Povera.” ARTnews 108, no. 5 (May 2009): 58, 60
Turner, Elisa. “Russian Dreams….” Art News 108 num. 4 (April, 2009) p. 118-19
Cote, David. “Beckett Shorts.” Time Out New York, January 3-9, 2008, p. 135.
“Aleksandr Brodsky: Pavilion in the Park in Moscow.” Lotus international 130 (2007): 51-54
Ashman, Angela. “Voice Choices” Village Voice, December 5 -11, 2007, p. 38.
Bennett, Kim. “Brodsky & Utkin: Etchings from the Projects Portfolio (1981-1990).” Article 3 (Fall 2007).
Architects in the World. Tokyo, Japan: Toto, 1995.
Boym, Constantin. New Russian Design. New York, NY: Rizzoli International Publications, 1992.
Fuchigami, Masayuki. Contemporary Architects – Ideas and Works. Tokyo, Japan, 1996.
 

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