About Alexey Zoob
Born in Russia 1967.
1982 -1986 - Art college in Saratov BA degree(painting and sculpture)
1986- 1991 - Stroganov Art School in Moscow MA degree ( monumental painting)
1990 - Student exhibitions in Tokyo, Moscow and Stockholm.
1991 - Member of Painters and Sculptors Association of Israel
1993 -exhibition in Moscow Modern Art Center - presentation the idea of using Matryoshka doll as portable mini monumental art.
1992- 1996 Commission in murals for Jeffrey Sweetbaum.
1997 - Solo and group exhibition in Jerusalem Theatre Gallery, by the Israeli Ministry of Culture patronage
1997-1999 Lived and worked in the Artist Village in Samaria, several exhibitions in the local Gallery.
1998 - Solo exhibition in Mitzpe Hayamim Gallery, Israel
2002 -2003 Lived in New York, exhibition in Alexandre Gertsman “Intart” Gallery, cooperation in designing murals for Mr. Blavatnik house (Medin Room) with the office of Thierry Despont. Two solo exhibitions in Mr. Len Blavatnik Office on 5th avenue.
2004 - Solo exhibition in AvantGarde Gallery, Washington DC.
2005 - solo exhibition in Goldman Art Gallery, Rockville MD
2006 - Participation in Modern Russian Art auction Project with group exhibition in Gallery "5" Richmond VA.
2007 -solo exhibition in Russian Cultural Center Gallery, Washington DC
2007 - solo exhibition in Arts Barn Gallery, Gaithersburg MD
2007 – 1 prize award in Washington Miniature Painting Society (MPSGS) Annual exhibition, - landscape painting on Russian doll
2008 - solo exhibition in Glenview Mansion Art Gallery, Rockville MD
2008 - solo exhibition in Smith Parada Gallery in Georgetown Washington DC
2009 - group exhibition in Strathmore Gallery Bethesda MD
2009 - solo exhibition in Ann Loeb Bronfman Gallery in Washington DC
2010 -solo exhibition in Frangulian Gallerie, Paris, France
2011 - solo exhibition in Kentland Mansion Gallery Gaithersburg MD
2012 - solo exhibition in Bohrer Park Gallery Gaithersburg MD
2013 - solo exhibition in Historic Churchhill Hotel Washington DC
2015 - solo exhibit in Glenview Mansion Gallery and Arts Barn Gallery
2016 - solo exhibition in Chesapeake Gallery North Potomac MD
My painting was inspired by European postimpressionist poetic motives together with classic understanding of Fine Art traditional interpretation. I do believe there is no end to figurative painting at all. Any skillful, significant master just adds new word, line, verse or, even novel, to the interminable Book of Painting. We all learn from Life and Nature, which, even developing, still proposes us the same human and artistic values as it was in Ancient Greece or Renaissance Italy.
You cannot call any good artist quite new. He is just a new step in sublimation and analysis of those who influence him most, thus we see Titian behind Modigliani, Caravaggio behind Picasso. Art is the union of different artistic aspiration.
My Artist Video
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