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Vyacheslav
Yurevich Grachev

Russia 
born in 1955
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Thesis in the CVC - "Nizhny Novgorod militia" rating - excellent. The training took place at the picturesque faculty, qualification of artist-painter, teacher.

In 1979 he graduated from the Gorky art school.

In 1989 graduated from the Leningrad Institute of painting, sculpture and architecture im. I. E. Repin, the Workshop of monumental painting of academician

A. a.. Mylnikov was Awarded the gold medal of the USSR Academy of arts for the best thesis in 1989.

Member of the Union of artists of Russia since 1991. In 1996. awarded the title “Honored artist of Russia”

1973 - 2004. - participation in group exhibitions in Russia.

Personal exhibitions:

1991. - “Plastic experience”, NGKHM, N. Novgorod.

1994. - “Paintings by Vyacheslav Grachev”, “Mezhdunarodnaya kniga”, Moscow..

1995. - Vyacheslav Grachev painting”, Central house of artists. Moscow.

1997. - “Saved the curiosities of Moscow”, Poklonnaya Gora, Moscow.

1997. - “Destiny”, NGKHM, N. Novgorod.

2000. - Exhibition at the British Embassy, Moscow.

2002. - Personal exhibition in gallery “Russian Century”, N.Novgorod.

2003. - “Portrait”, NGKHM, N. Novgorod.

International exhibitions:

1988. The “academic tradition”, new York, USA.

- The “traditions of art”, Glasgow, Scotland.

1989. - “Young artists of Leningrad”, Hamburg, Germany.

1991. - “Works of Russian artists in Japan”, Tokyo, Japan.

1992. - Exhibition dedicated to the Royal family, Kirkenes, Norway.

- “Artists from Russia”, Hamburg, Germany.

1994. - “Days of Russian culture”, Barcelona, Spain.

1998. - “Conversion”, The Russian Embassy, London, UK.

1999. - The Troika, Clink Wharf Gallery; “Painting V. Gracheva, and N. Punk”; “Russian spring”, Heifer Gallery; “Pushkin through the eyes of Russian and British artists”; “Russia EXPO”; “Art fair”, London, UK.

2000. - “Two,” Ormond Gallery, London, UK

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