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Yakovlev Vladimir

 


Vladimir Yakovlev

1934
Born in Balakhna, Gorky region, USSR

late 1950s
Studied at the private studio of Vasily Sitnikov

1976
Member of the Moscow City Committee of Graphic Artists (Gorkom Grafikov)

1983
Has been placed into the psycho-neurological hostel № 30 in Moscow where he resided up to his death

1998
Died in Moscow


Selected Solo Exhibitions
1959

Vladimir Yakovlev. Apartment of A. M. Volkonskij, Moscow

1962
Vladimir Yakovlev. Druzhba House of Culture, Moscow

1976
Vladimir Jakovlev. Silkeborg Kunstmuseum, Silkeborg, Denmark

1977
V. I. Yakovlev. Painting, Graphics. Exhibition Hall of Moscow City Committee of Graphic Artists on Malaya Gruzinskaya, Moscow

1979
Vladimir Jakovlev. Bochum Museum, Bochum, FRG

1985
A. Zverev. V. Jakovlev. Miro and Spicman Gallery, London

1987
V. Yakovlev. Painting, Graphics. Hermitage Amateur Society, Exhibition Hall at 100 Profsoyuznaya, Moscow

1988
Bilder von Wladimir Jakowlew und Objekte von Andre Heer. Ostwest Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland

1989
Vladimir Yakovlev. Regional Art Museum, Kuibyshev, USSR

1990
Vladimir Yakovlev. Painting, Graphics. Exhibition Hall of the Soviet Culture Foundation, Moscow
Anatoly Zverev. Vladimir Yakovlev. Igor Voroshilov. All-Russian Museum of Applied and Folk Art, Moscow

1994
Vladimir Yakovlev. Anatoly Zverev. Painting, graphics. Central House of Architects, Moscow

1995
Vladimir Yakovlev. Painting, graphics. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
Alexander Zabrin, Vladimir Yakovlev, Kirill Mamonov. Moscow Palette Gallery, Moscow
Vladimir Jakovlev. Bayer Galerie, Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany

1996
Vladimir Yakovlev. Exhibition Hall of the International Federation of Artists, Moscow

1998–1999
Vladimir Yakovlev (1934–1998). Show in Three Parts. Album of Flowers (1961). Portraits (1957–1961). The Artist’s Life in Drawings and Dialogues Borrowed from the Notebook of Irina Zatulovskaja (1994–1998). O. G. I. Project, Moscow

2002
50 Flowers of Vladimir Jakovlev. Zverev Center of Contemporary Art, Moscow

2004
Gennady Aigy – Vladimir Jakovlev: Friendship, Creation, Collaboration. Moscow House of Nationalities, Moscow
Glance from Inside. National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow
Vladimir Yakovlev. For the 70th Anniversary. New Hermitage Gallery, Moscow

2005
Masterpieces by Vladimir Yakovlev. Kino Gallery, Moscow
Anatoly Zverev and Vladimir Yakovlev. Artists of Moscow Underground. Saratov State Art Museum named after A. N. Radishchev, Saratov, Russia


Selected Group Exhibitions
1970

Nuove correnti a Mosca. Museo Belle Arti, Lugano, Zwitzerland

1970–1971
Alexey Smirnov und russische Avangarde aus Moskau. Kutskigalerie Villa Egli-Keller, Zurich, Zwitzerland

1973
Russische Kunst der Gegenwart. Dortmund, FRG

1974
Progressive Stromungen in Moskau. 1957–1970. Bochum Museum, Bochum, FRG

1975
Show of 20 Artists. All-Union Exhibition of Economic Achievements, Bee-Keeping Pavilion, Moscow
Show of Moscow artists. All-Union Exhibition of Economic Achievements, Culture Pavilion, Moscow

1976
La peinture russe contemporaine. Palais des Congres, Paris

1977
Unofficial Art from the Soviet Union. Institute of Contemporary Art, London
La nuova arte sovietica. Una prospettiva nonufficiale. La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, Italy
The 1st exhibition of the section of painting of Moscow City Committee of Graphic
Artists. Exhibition Hall of Moscow City Committee of Graphic Artists on Malaya Gruzinskaya, Moscow

1979
Show of 10 Moscow artists. Exhibition Hall of Moscow City Committee of Graphic Artists on Malaya Gruzinskaya, Moscow
20 Jahre unabhongige Kunst aus der Sowjetunion. Museum Bochum, Bochum, FRG

1980
Show of 19 Moscow artists. Exhibition hall of Moscow City Committee of Graphic Artists on Malaya Gruzinskaya, Moscow

1981
25 Years of Soviet Unofficial Art. 1956–1981 Moscow City Committee of Graphic Artists. Museum of Soviet Unofficial Art, Cremona Foundation, Jersey City, USA

1982
Show of 10 Moscow artists. Exhibition hall of Moscow City Committee of Graphic Artists on Malaya Gruzinskaya, Moscow

1983
Watercolor. Drawing. Print. Exhibition hall of Moscow City Committee of Graphic Artists on Malaya Gruzinskaya, Moscow

1984
Show of painting and graphics. Exhibition hall of Moscow City Committee of Graphic Artists on Malaya Gruzinskaya, Moscow

1985
Show of painting and graphics. Exhibition hall of Moscow City Committee of Graphic Artists on Malaya Gruzinskaya, Moscow

1986
Show of painting and graphics. Exhibition hall of Moscow City Committee of Graphic Artists on Malaya Gruzinskaya, Moscow

1987
Retrospection 1957–1987. Hermitage Amateur Society, Exhibition Hall at 100 Profsoyuznaya, Moscow

1988
Exhibition of Russian artists from the collection of Leonid Talochkin. Regional Art Museum, Kuibyshev, USSR

1990
In de USSR en Erbuiten. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

1990–1991
The Other Art. Moscow 1956–1976. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow; State Russian Museum, Leningrad

1993
Adress provisoire pour l’art contemporain russe. Musee de la Poste, Paris

1994
Von Malewitch bis Kabakov. Russische Avantgarde im 20 Jahrhundert der Avantgarde in Mittel- und Osteuropa. Kunsthalle, Bonn, Germany
Painting and Graphics of Artists from the USSR. 1950-1980’s. Central House of Artist, Moscow

1995
Kunst im verborgenen. Nonkonformisten Russland 1957–1995. Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen am Rhein; Documenta-Halle, Kassel; Staatliches Lindenau-Museum, Altenburg, Germany; Manege Central Exhibition Hall,
Moscow

1996–1997
Nonconformists. The Second Russian Avant-Garde 1955–1988. State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg; State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

1998
The Second Avant-Garde: Graphics. Dom Nashchokina Gallery, Moscow

1999
The Second Avant-Garde: Portraits. Dom Nashchokina Gallery, Moscow
Kunst im Untergrund. Nonkonformistische Kuenstler aus der Sowjetunion. Albertina Museum, Vienna

2000
In the Space of Tradition. Regional Art Gallery, Tomsk; Museum of Fine Arts named after V. I. Surikov, Krasnoyarsk; Regional Art Gallery, Kemerovo; Regional Art Gallery, Novosibirsk, Russia

2003
Windows into Sixties. Central House of Artist, Moscow

Collections
Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Germany
State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow
Art4.ru Museum, Moscow


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