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Dmitry Prigov

Bio
1940 was born in Moscow
1965 graduated from the Moscow Higher School of Art and Industry (formerly Stroganov)
2007 died in Moscow
Collections
  Duren Papier Museum, Düren, Germany
  Kunst Museum, Kiel, Germany
  Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin
  Ludwig Forum, Aachen, Germany
  Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Germany
  Madison Contemporary Art Museum, Madison, USA
  Moderna Galerija Ljubljana, Ljubljana
  Musée d’Art Moderne, Saint-Etienne, France
  State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
  State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
  State Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow
  Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow
  Art4.ru Museum, Moscow
Selected solo exhibitions
1988 Boris Orlov, Dmitry Prigov. Struve Gallery, Chicago, USA
1989 Dmitry Prigov. St. Louis Gallery of Contemporary Art, St. Louis, USA
1990 Russian. Gardeners Gallery (exhibition hall of the Krasnogvardeisky district), Moscow
1991 Berichte über das heilige sowjetische Russland. Krings-Ernst Galerie, Cologne, Germany
  The fate of the text (together with Lev Rubinstein and Vladimir Sorokin). L-gallery, Moscow
  100 Möglichkeiten. Installationen für eine Putzfrau und einen Klempner. Inter Art Agentur für Kunst, Berlin
1993 Der Schlaf der Walkueren gebiert schlafende Ungeheuer. Kunstwerke, Berlin
  Triple zeal (together with Andrei Filippov and Yuri Albert). Exhibition Hall "On Solyanka", Moscow
1994 Drei. Kunstverein Ludwigsburg, Ludwigsburg, Germany
  Stalin. M. Gelman Gallery, Moscow
  Leningrad Buddhism. State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
  A computer in a Russian family. M. Gelman Gallery, Moscow
1995 The fate of text 2 (together with Lev Rubinstein and Vladimir Sorokin). L-gallery, Moscow
  Will and representation as peace and will. M. Gelman Gallery, Moscow
1995-1996 Dmitrij Prigow: 1975-1995. Städtisches Museum, Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany; Ludwig Múseum, Budapest; Musée d’Art Moderne, Saint-Etienne, France
1996 Monstropologie. Krings-Ernst Galerie, Cologne, Germany
  Russisches Tibet. Wewerka Pavillon, Munster, Germany
  Methods for resolving infinitesimal quantities (together with Vladimir Kupriyanov). XL Gallery, Moscow
  Line of life. M. Gelman Gallery, Moscow
1997 Mysterioese Zeugen des Mysteriums. Krings-Ernst Galerie, Cologne, Germany
1998 Courageous Teddy Bear. Centro Arte Contemporanea Spazio Umano, Milan, Italy
  Series. Velta Gallery, Moscow
  Erscheinung aus dem Nichts. Krings-Ernst Galerie, Cologne, Germany
1999 Pulsierendes Schwarz. ifa-galerie, Berlin
  The number of Russian literature. Gallery "Obscuri Viri", Moscow
  Die Menschen mit einem dritten Auge. Krings-Ernst Galerie, Cologne, Germany
2000 General German number. Exhibition Hall "On Kashirka", Moscow
  Alert. Cultural Center "Dom", Moscow
1999 Pulsierendes Schwarz. ifa-galerie, Berlin
  The number of Russian literature. Gallery "Obscuri Viri", Moscow
  Die Menschen mit einem dritten Auge. Krings-Ernst Galerie, Cologne, Germany
2000 General German number. Exhibition Hall "On Kashirka", Moscow
  Alert. Cultural Center "Dom", Moscow
2001 Vagin Malevich. State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
  Definition of the Block number within the general number of Russian literature as part of the General World Number. Museum-apartment of A. A. Blok, St. Petersburg
2002 Phantom Installations. University Art Gallery, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, USA
2003 Dmitrí A. Prigov. Ausstellungsraum Klingental, Basel, Switzerland
  In the Presence of a Stranger. Galerie ArtPoint, Vienna
2004 Monster und ... Galerie Sandmann, Berlin
  Vision to Caspar David Friedrich of Russian Tibet. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
2005 Quotes from different contexts. Gallery "Street O. G. I.", Moscow
  Phantom Installations. White Space Gallery, London
2006 On the Boundary of the Black. Museo Laboratorio d’Arte Contemporaneo, Rome
  Hand-drawing (together with Dmitry Tsvetkov). Krokin Gallery, Moscow
  Phantoms of installations. Gryphon Gallery, Izhevsk, Russia
  Book. Central House of Artists, Moscow
  Selected Intravital Group Exhibitions
1981 Nouvelles Tendences de l’Art Russe Non-Officiel. 1970-1980. Center Culturel de la Villedieu, Elancourt, France
  Les Russes au present. Le center culturel de la Villedieu, Elancourt, France
1987 documenta VIII. Kassel, Germany
  Retrospection of the work of Moscow artists. 1957-1987. The Hermitage Amateur Society, exhibition hall at 100 Profsoyuznaya, Moscow
  Object-1. Exhibition Hall on Malaya Gruzinskaya 28, Moscow
  Creative atmosphere and art process. The first exhibition of the Vanguard Club. Exhibition Hall of the Proletarsky District on Vostochnaya St., Moscow
1988 Ich lebe - Ich sehe. Kunstmuseum, Bern
  Glassnost. Kunsthalle, Emden; Galerie Valentine, Stuttgart, Germany
  Nowe ruskie. Palac Nauki i kultury, Warsaw
1989 Jenseits des Streites - Neue Kunst aus Moskau. Krings-Ernst Galerie, Cologne, Germany
  Expensive art (exhibition of the Avant-Garde Club). Moscow Youth Palace, Moscow
  Neue Kunst aus Moskau - Labyrinth. Katowice, Poland; Schloss Wotersen, Hamburg; Schloss Bennigsen, Hanover, Germany
  Novostroika. Institute of Contemporary Art, London
1990 Shizokitai: Hallucination in power (exhibition of the Avant-Garde Club). Construction pavilion of VDNH on Frunzenskaya nab., Moscow
  Towards the object. Gardeners Gallery (exhibition hall of the Krasnogvardeisky district), Moscow
  Von der Revolution zur Perestrojka. Kunstmuseum Luzern, Lucerne, Switzerland
1990-1991 Between Spring and Summer: Soviet Conceptual Art in the Era of Late Communism. Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma; Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston; Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, United States
  In de USSR en Erbuiten. Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
1991 BiNationale (Israelische - Sowjetische Kunst um 1990). Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Dusseldorf, Germany; The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel; Central House of Artists, Moscow
  MANI Museum - 40 Moskauer Künstler. Karmeliterkloster, Frankfurt, Germany
  Metropolis. Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
1991-1993 Rosa e giallo. Galeria Pieroni, Rome; Le Creux de l’Enfer, Thiers; La Criée, Halle d’Art Contemporain, Rennes, France
1992 Sots-art. Museum of V.I. Lenin, Moscow
  Ex USSR. Groninger Museum, Groningen, Netherlands
1993 Deutschsein. Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf, Germany
  Von Malewitsch bis Kabakov: Die russische Avantgarde im 20. Jahrhundert. Museum
  Ludwig at Josef-Haubrich Kunsthalle, Cologne, Germany
1994 5 Bienalle der Papierkunst. Leopold-Heusch-Museum, Düren, Germany
  Fluchtpunkt Moskau. Ludwig Forum, Aachen, Germany
  V International Symposium on Electronic Art. Helsinki
  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
  Fredsskulptur 2005. Scanderborn, Denmark
  Gwangju Biennale 1995. Gwangju, South Korea
1997 Piwowarow, Prigov, Makarewitsch, Jelagina. Krings-Ernst Galerie, Cologne, Germany
1998 7 Bienalle der Papierkunst. Leopold-Heusch-Museum, Düren, Germany
1999 Ars Aevi: Internacionalni Project. Museum of Contemporany Art Sarajevo, Sarajevo
2001 Media hello. State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
2002 Russian Patient. Freud Museum, London
2003 Berlin - Moskau / Moskau - Berlin 1950-2000. Martin-Gropius-Bau, Berlin
2004 Berlin - Moscow / Moscow - Berlin 1950-2000. State Historical Museum, Moscow
  Poeta pingens / Writer. State Literary Museum, Moscow
  My Kabakov. Stella Art Foundation, Moscow
  face / off. Mediale Körperphantasien. Kunstverein Pforzheim e. V., Pforzheim, Germany
2005 Comembers. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
2006 Jörg Immendorff. Ludwig Forum, Aachen, Germany
2007 I believe! Center for Contemporary Art "Winery", Moscow
  Sots-art. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow; La Maison Rouge, Paris
  Thinking realism. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
  Woe from the mind. State Literary Museum, Moscow
  The Adventures of the Black Square. State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg