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Nikolaevich Prokopenko

born in 1945

Biography and information


Painter, graphic artist, book designer and Illustrator.

17.08.1945 city of birth, member of National Union of artists and the National Union of theatrical figures of Ukraine. Honored artist of Ukraine.

1964-1971 studied at the Odessa state art school.

1971-1977 — studied at the Kiev Academy of arts.

Winner, winner and winner of international, Ukrainian and regional exhibitions, and several international biennials.

56 personal exhibitions of the Biennale 9:

Imperia, 1991; Imperia, 1993 — Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine; pan Ukraine, 1995 — Dniepropetrovsk, Ukraine; IRF, 1991 — Lviv, Ukraine; Marina 96; Marina-98, Marina 2004, Marina-2006— Odessa, Ukraine; III international Biennale "Antidieta and the first open system in art", Odessa, Ukraine; Triennale of painting, 2001 — Kiev, Ukraine.

234 all-Union, all-Ukrainian, foreign, international, and regional exhibitions.

Works of the artist are:

Ukraine Art Museum, Odessa; Museum of literature, Odessa; Municipal Museum of private collections them. A. V. bleshunov, Odessa; Museum of fine arts, Ilyichevsk; Zaporizhia art gallery; the management of the Union of artists of Ukraine, Kyiv; Art gallery of modern art, Lviv; the Art gallery of modern art, Ivano-Frankivsk local history Museum, the Belgorod-Dniester; the Art gallery of contemporary art, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine; State Museum of book and printing, Kyiv; Art Museum, Khmelnytsky; State library. A. M. Gorky, Odessa, Historical Museum, Odessa; the Children's rehabilitation center, Odessa, and Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kiev — Nikolaev; peace Council, Ukrainian branch, Odessa; Museum of N. To. Roerich, Odessa; Odessa Ukrainian musical drama theatre. V. Vasylko; Art gallery, town Ash, Transcarpathian Art Museum, Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine; State Museum of literature, Kiev.

Russia - the Soviet peace Fund, Moscow; the State literary Museum, Moscow; Russian state library, Moscow; Jewish community center, library, Saint Petersburg

Library of the national Conservatoire, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; national library, Paris, France; European cultural centre, Paris, France; the Library of the Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland; Warsaw public library, Warsaw, Poland; Gallery "of the Museum" Paris, France; the national library, Mexico city, Mexico; Library of the University of Cambridge, USA; the Art Museum, Bacau, Romania; the Museum of world disasters, tel Aviv, Israel; Stanford University, USA; contemporary art Center Georges Pompidou, Paris, France;

In private collections of Ukraine, Russia, USA, CIS countries, Canada, Israel, Greece, Poland, Yugoslavia, France, Spain, Germany, Austria, Holland, Belgium, Mexico, Australia, Italy, England, Switzerland.

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