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Vladimir Nasedkin

Biography

Vladimir Nasedkin was born in 1954 in Ivdel, the Sverdlovsk region. He graduated from Nizhny Tagil State Pedagogical Institute the Faculty of Art and Graphics.
Vladimir became a member of the Union of Artists in 1983. In 1996 he was awarded the title of the Honoured Artist of Russia.
He currently lives and works in Moscow.

Personal exhibitions:

1983 – Solo show. Art gallery, Cheb, Czechoslovakia.
Solo show. Exhibition Hall of the Union of Artists, Mary, Turkmenia.
1990 – Group show with N. Rybakov, A. Bobkin. Exhibition hall of the Union of Artists of
the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic, Moscow.
1991 – Group show with T. Badanina, S. Bryukhanov. “Union” Gallery, Moscow.
Solo show. Kurgan State Museum of Arts, Russia.
1993 – Show together with T. Badanina. Yekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts, Russia.
1994 – Show together with E. Bortnikov. Voyevodsky Gallery, Katowice, Poland.
1995 – Solo show. “Aurora Gallery”, Tver, Russia.
1996 – Solo show. “Kino Gallery”, Cinema Centre, Moscow.
Solo show. Kaliningrad State Art Gallery, Russia.
1997 – Solo show. Nizhny Tagil State Museum of Fine Arts, Russia.
1998 – Solo show. Centre of Graphics at the Union of Artists, Vilnius, Lithuania.
Solo show. Boarding Lyceum of Arts Named after S. P. Dyagilev, Yekaterinburg, Russia.
1999 – “Vladimir + Vladimir” (show together with V. Philippov). “Vladimir Gallery,” the Municipal
Gallery of Kharkov, the Ukraine.
Solo show. Centre of Graphics at the Union of Artists, Vilnius, Lithuania.
Solo show. Kaliningrad State Art Gallery, Russia.
2000 – “UNTITLED”. “New Collection” Gallery, Moscow.
“Architecture of Water, Metal and Stones”. the Museum of Architecture, Yekaterinburg, Russia.
2001 – “Structures”. Novosibirsk Art Gallery, Russia.
2002 – “Shadows of Tibet”, “The Russian Gallery”, Tallinn, Estonia.
“Geometry”. “Krokin Gallery”, Moscow.
2003 – “State Award 2002” .The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.
“Structures of the Sea”, Tyumen State Museum of Arts, Russia.
2004 – Group Graphics show with Vagapov and Ganzin, Sterlitamak, Bashkiria.
“Anniversary Exhibition”. Kino Gallery, Moscow.
2005 – Solo show. “Maris – Art Gallery”, Perm, Russia.
Solo show. Yekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts. Yekaterinburg, Russia.
2008 – “Barriers”, “Krokin Gallery”, Moscow.
2009 – “Norway. Lay out”. Gallery “Sop V”, Vinzavod, Ìîñêâà.
“TRANZIT”, “Îber Gallery”, Kent, the USA (together with T. Badanina).
2010 – “Tranzit”. “Krokin Gallery”, Moscow.
“Rare Earth”. “Maris – Art Gallery”. Perm, Russia.
Group show with I. Shelkovsky and A. Bisty “Topography. The view from the Earth and Air”. “Kultproekt” Gallery, Moscow.
2011 – “The Venetian strophes”. University Of Ca'Foscari, Venice, Italy.
“A stone, a tree, paper”. Publishing House of “Pinacotheca” magazine, Moscow.
Group show with I. Shelkovsky “To keep the peace”. XV International Art Fair
“Art –Moscow 2011”, “Kultproekt” Gallery. Moscow.

Awards:

1994 – Grand Prix at the III International Graphics Art Biennial in Kaliningrad, Russia.
1995 – 1st prize of “The best painting” nomination in Tver, Russia.
1996 – 1st prize at the II International Triennial of Graphic prints in Cairo, Egypt.
1996 – 1st prize at the 6th International Graphics Art Biennial in Lodz, Poland.
1998 – Academy of Arts’ award at the III International Graphics Art Biennial in Lithuania.
1999 –1st prize at the International Graphics Art Biennial in Novosibirsk, Russia.
2003 – Nominee of the State Prize of the Russian Federation in Fine Arts, Moscow.
2003 – Prize by the Ministry of Culture of Sverdlovsk region, Russia
2006 – 1st prize at the I International Festival of Landscape Sculpture Yekaterinburg, Russia.
2006 – 1st Prize by the company “CITRONIX” at the II international exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture at “Artpole 2006”, Moscow.
2007 - Grant by AAFA, Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris, France.

Vladimir’s works are in the collections of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Art, State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, State Historical Cultural Museum-Reserve “The Moscow Kremlin”, State Museum of Oriental Art in Moscow, Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art, State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia, as well as in various collections in Moscow, Kaliningrad, Nizhny Tagil, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Krasnoyarsk, Perm, Ufa, Chelyabinsk, Bishkek, Barnaul, Lvov, Donetsk, Astana, Vladikavkaz, Yerevan, Venice (Italy), Paris (France), Vienna (Austria), the USA, etc.