Nikita Alexeev

1953 was born in Moscow
1968-1972 studied at the Moscow State Art College in memory of 1905 (department of industrial graphics and advertising)
1973-1976 studied at the Moscow Polygraphic Institute (faculty of art and technical design of printed materials)
1976-1983 member of the collective action group
1979 one of the organizers of the MANI (Moscow Archive of New Art)
1982-1984 one of the founders and director of the Apt-art gallery, Moscow
1987-1993 lived in France
  Lives and works in Moscow
Selected solo exhibitions
1984 For the soul and the calf (together with Konstantin Zvezdochetov). Gallery Apt-art (Apartment N. Alekseev), Moscow
1986 Nikita Alekseev. Kindergarten, Moscow
1989 Liebe und Tod des Nikita Alexeev. Galerie Roesinger, Cologne, Germany
1990 Nikita Alexeev. Galerie Roesinger, Cologne, Germany
1992 Cruciform songs. L-gallery, Moscow
  Palais de I’arbre balais. La Base Center d’Art Contemporain, Levallois-Perret, France
1993 Painting, graphics, sculpture. Yakut Gallery, Moscow
1994 Heaviness and tenderness. L-gallery, Moscow
  Two moons. XL Gallery, Moscow
2003 Dying drawings. May all breath bless the Lord. Gallery "Street O. G. I.", Moscow
2004 Installation. E.K. Art Bureau, Moscow
  Towels. Memories of summer. XL Gallery, Moscow
2005 Twelve from Goltsheim (together with Ignat Daniltsev). Moscow House of Photography, Moscow
2006 Black towels for karachokhel. E.K. Art Bureau, Moscow
2007 54 winters. Museum Center of the Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow
  Screens. State Museum of Architecture A.V. Schuseva, Moscow
  Silver - Gold. 33702 Putin and other stories. Paperworks Gallery, Moscow
2008 It is. This is not there. It is. GMG Gallery, Moscow
2009 Views of the District. National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow
2010 Lots, Lots, Lots, Lots. Stella Art Foundation, Moscow
Selected group exhibitions
1977 La nuova arte Sovietica: Una prospettiva non ufficiale. La Biennale di Venezia, Venice, Italy
1981 Russian New Wave. Contemporary Russian Art Center of America, New York, USA
1982 First Apt Art Exhibition. Apt-Art Gallery (Apartment of N. Alekseev), Moscow
1983 Come Yesterday and You’ll Be First. City Without Walls Gallery, Newark, USA
1984 AptArt in Tribeca. Contemporary Russian Art Center of America, New York, USA
1985 AptArt. Moscow Vanguard in the 1980s. Washington Project for the Arts, Washington
  Russian Art Show. Danceteria, New York, USA
1986 Art vs. Commerce. Bitsevsky Park, Moscow
1987 Creative atmosphere and art process. The first exhibition of the Avant-Garde Club. Exhibition Hall of the Proletarsky District on Vostochnaya St., Moscow
  Retrospection of the work of Moscow artists. 1957-1987. The Hermitage Amateur Society, exhibition hall at 100 Profsoyuznaya, Moscow
1988 5 Russes à Toulouse. Center Culturel de L’Aerospatiale, Toulouse, France
1989 Expensive art (exhibition of the Avant-Garde Club). Moscow Youth Palace, Moscow
1991 MANI Museum - 40 Moskauer Künstler. Frankfurter Karmeliterkloster, Frankfurt, Germany
1992-1993 a Mosca ... a Mosca. Villa Campoleto, Herculaneum; Galleria Comunale d’Arte Moderna, Bologna, Italy
1993 Adresse provisoire pour l’art contemporain russe. Musée de la Poste, Paris
1994 II Cetinjski Bijenale. Cetinje, Montenegro
1995 Kunst im verborgenen. Nonkonformisten Russland 1957-1995. Wilhelm-Hack-Museum,
  Ludwigshafen am Rhein; Documenta-Halle, Kassel; Staatliches Lindenau-Museum,
  Altenburg, Germany; Central Exhibition Hall "Manege", Moscow
1996 Fluxus: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow. A story without borders. Central House of Artists, Moscow
1997 Ecology of the Void (exhibition of the Avant-Garde Club). Institute of Contemporary
  art, Moscow
1999 Book of the artist. 1970-1990s. State Museum of Fine Arts. A. S. Pushkina, Moscow
2003 Moskauer Konzeptualismus. Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin
2005 Apt-art. 1982-1984. E.K. Art Bureau, Moscow
  Apartment exhibitions. 1956-1979. Museum Center Russian State
  Humanities University, Moscow
  Comembers. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
  International Biennale of Contemporary Art 2005. Prague
2007 Woe from the mind. State Literary Museum, Moscow
  1st Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art. Thessaloniki, Greece
  Sots-art. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow; La Maison Rouge, Paris
2011 Empty Zones. Andrei Monastyrski and Collective Actions. La 54 Biennale di Venezia, Padiglione Russo, Venice, Italy