Valery
Andreevich Mishin

Russia • born in 1939

Biography and information

Participant of international and Russian exhibitions. The winner of the First St. Petersburg biennial of graphics 2002., the winner of several foreign exhibitions. The artist lives and works in Saint - Petersburg, is engaged in easel and book graphics, painting, object art, installation and sculpture. The author of several poetry collections.

Following the traditions of modernism, art of the first half of the twentieth century, Mishin created and declared artistic method, which he called “Serialism” or "Residual realism" (Re Re - Residual Realism). He makes prints from real objects, plants, fish, and creates a variety of compositions, turning these items into the plane of the paper sheet. According to the author's “Method, where the artist works from the General to the particular, of concept and build - to details, and the details, sometimes unexpected, to the whole”. Creative practice Mishina detects the connection with the method of "frottage" max Ernst and other Surrealists.

The artist's works are in collections: the Pushkin Museum to them. A. S. Pushkin, the State Hermitage; the State Russian Museum; Moscow Museum of modern art, Kaliningrad State art gallery; Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol; Zimmerly Art Museum, New Brunswick, New Jersy; Gutenberg-Museum, Mainz; Museum of the House of Humor and Satire, Gabrovo; Cremona Civic Museum, etc., as well as private collections.

Born January 14, 1939 in the city of Simferopol.

In 1962 he graduated from the Sverdlovsk art College.

In 1968 he graduated from Leningrad College of industrial arts. Mukhina, Department of monumental-decorative painting.

1968 70 visited LITO's in the newspaper "Change".

From 1978 – member of the Union of Artists of Russia.

Since 1990 – member of the International Federation of Artists of UNESCO.

Since 2005 – member of the International Federation of Russian Writers.

He currently lives and works in St. Petersburg.

Exhibition

1977 - Exhibition hall of the magazine "Aurora", Leningrad.

1983 - Summer garden Leningrad.

1984 - House composer – Leningrad.

1989 - the Museum of urban sculpture, Leningrad.

1994 - all-Russia Museum of A. S. Pushkin – Saint Petersburg.

1995 - the House-Museum of F. M. Dostoevsky – Saint Petersburg.

1997 - Gallery "Palette" In Saint Petersburg.

1997 - the House-Museum of F. M. Dostoevsky – Saint Petersburg.

1998 - the Diaghilev centre of Saint Petersburg.

2000 - Gallery "Palette" In Saint Petersburg.

2001 - Gallery "Le Garage" – Lorgues.

2001 - Central exhibition hall "Manege" in Saint Petersburg.

2001 - all-Russian Museum of A. S. Pushkin – Saint Petersburg.

2002-Gallery "A3" In Moscow.

2002 - Gallery Of Dmitry Semenov – Saint Petersburg.

2004 - Summer garden – Saint Petersburg.

2004 -05 (November-January) – Moscow Museum of Modern Art.

2006 - all-Russian Museum of A. S. Pushkin – Saint Petersburg.

2007 - the House-Museum of Marina Tsvetaeva Moscow.

2007 - Center for contemporary art, the state art Museum, Cheboksary.

2007 - "closeup" – Central exhibition hall "Manege" in Saint Petersburg.

Work is represented in collections: the Pushkin Museum to them. A. S. Pushkin, Moscow; the Moscow Museum of modern art; State Hermitage Museum; State Russian Museum; Russian national Pushkin Museum; Museum of history of St.-Petersburg; the state Museum of urban sculpture, Saint-Petersburg; Kaliningrad state art gallery; Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol; Zimmerly Art Museum, New Brunswick, New Jersy; Gutenberg-Museum, Mainz; Museum of the House of Humor and Satire, Gabrovo; Cremona Civic Museum, etc., as well as in numerous private collections.

Published books:

"WHAT WHO". Extreme prose, St. Petersburg, 2000.

"HERMAN THE PRINTER". The stories 60., SPb., 2001.

"TIMES ARE CHANGING". Poems, SPb., 2001.

"SO." A collection of poems, SPb, 2003.

"Watch and listen". Poems 1968-76., SPb., 2004.

"MONТЕНЬ". A collection of short stories, St. Petersburg, 2004.

"Intermission". New poems. Collection of relevant texts, SPb, 2006.

"The snail on the slope", a Collection of relevant texts, SPb., 2007.

"Attic". Collection of relevant texts, SPb, 2008.