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									Galleria Michela Rizzo
Calle degli Albanesi 4254, 30122 Venezia
Fermata ACTV: San Zaccaria
OrarI: da martedì a sabato 16.30 – 19.30
martedì 10.00- 12.30 e su appuntamento
Tel/ fax: +39 041 5223186
Cell: +39 335 5443326
Info@galleriamichelarizzo.net



                                                      Sergey Shutov

                                                           ICASTICA

                                           A cura di Natasha Bordiglia


                                     INAUGURAZIONE SABATO 4 MARZO ORE 18.30
                                            4 MARZO – 23 APRILE 2006

Sergey Shutov è un artista noto in tutto il mondo e particolarmente a Venezia, dove ha rappresentato la
Federazione Russa alla Biennale del 2001, occasione in cui ha esposto la ormai famosa installazione
Abakus, e dove ha partecipato alla mostra collettiva Orient Inn nel 2004 a Palazzo Pesaro Papafava.

La prima personale in Italia di Sergey Shutov propone una selezione di opere recenti e un progetto site-
specific: Books Project.

Non ci sono camuffamenti, l‟ornamento non trova spazio nelle sue opere. L‟oggetto è riportato “tale e
quale”. Sergey Shutov nella serie di dipinti Sky…Sky si appropria dell‟iconografia di regime, con i suoi
oggetti-feticcio, e le immagini di aerei, missili, elicotteri si stagliano su sfondi che ricordano nella
composizione geometrica delle linee i manifesti di propaganda. I simboli non sono però solo quelli
dell‟Unione Sovietica e così in un altro ciclo di dipinti, Russian Pop Art, Shutov ritrae John Lennon, Andy
Warhol utilizzando i modi della figurazione pop: uso di colori non mescolati, modi del disegno tecnico e
dell‟immagine pubblicitaria. L‟intervento si sposta dalla “creazione” al “montaggio”. Nell‟installazione
A.K.M./Association of Karma Modifications inserisce nelle canne dei cinque kalaschnikow appesi al muro
dei simboli religiosi e culturali come la croce o la stella di David: gli obiettivi colpiti o da colpire.
La traslazione e il trasferimento di segni e di simboli, rimossi dai luoghi del politico, del sociale, del
costume, vengono a occupare il territorio dell‟arte, attraverso tecniche di decontestualizzazione,
accostamento e risignificazione, co-optando le avanguardie e l‟iconografia del realismo socialista. La
sintesi più efficace dei diversi impulsi che animano la sua arte e che trovano origine nelle diverse correnti
artistiche del Novecento abita in Books Project, progetto site-specific dove i libri riportati “tali e quali”,
trattati come oggetti-scultura appesi al muro, si accostano e si intersecano, creando una composizione in
cui le figure ultraeconomiche della geometria euclidea acquistano una dimensionalità fisica.

Sergey Shutov impiega una gestualità anonima con cui riorganizza materiali preesistenti, muovendosi
dentro il grande universo di un vocabolario, di un lessico, giocando di accostamenti tra vocaboli e
vocaboli, secondo un metodo da cui l‟espressività intesa come categoria è bandita. Il gesto non è mai
velato ma dichiarato con forza e le icone del nostro tempo vengono restituite con icastica freddezza.


Sergey Shutov
Nato nel 1955 a Potsdam, Germania. Vive e lavora a Mosca, Russia.


Collections

The State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia
The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
Tsaritsyno Contemporary art museum, Moscow, Russia
Russian Ministry of Culture collection, Moscow, Russia
The New Academy of Fine Arts collection, St. Petersburg, Russia
Lufthansa collection, Germany
Peter Bier Freuind collection, Germany
Kiejld Bernager collection, Denmark
Christina Burrus collection, France
Andre Schaleure collection, France
Lis Janstrup & Jens Gregersen collection, Netherlands
Chronolux Art Collection, Moscow, Russia




One Man Shows:

1986

“In Memoriam Daniil Kharms”, Mayakovsky Museum, Moscow

1989

“Sergey Shutov. Painting”, Katja Granoff Gallery, Paris

“New Beginnings”, Barbizon Gallery, Glasgow

1990

“Sergey Shutov. Painting”, Helen Drutt Gallery, New York

“Metal Graphics” (with Yury Avvakumov), Dominus Gallery, Moscow

1991

“Art”, Dominus Gallery, Exhibition hall at Tverskaya 25, Moscow

1992

“Labour”, Trust, Frankfurt

“Sensual Experiments”, Shkola Gallery, Moscow

“Illiquid Assets” (with Yury Avvakumov), First Gallery, Moscow

1994

“High and Low”, Central House of Cinematographers, Moscow

“Terminal TV”, ANIGRAPH'94, Moscow

1995

“Caviar TV”, Ptyuch video gallery, Moscow

“Katya”, Aidan Gallery, Moscow

1996

“The Moon. The Moon”, Aidan Gallery, Moscow

“New and Old Russian”, L Gallery, Moscow

“Videophotography”, New Academy of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg

“Healing art”, Paletot Gallery, Moscow

1997

“New works” (with Aidan Salakhova), New Academy of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg

1998

“Moon 2.0”, Aidan Gallery, Moscow

“I do not eat anybody”, XL Gallery, Moscow

1999

“Winter Landscape”, Aidan Gallery, Moscow

2000

“No aliens trespassing (Russian Interactive Landscape)”, XL Gallery, Moscow

2001
“ABACUS”, Russian Pavilion, IXL Biennale di Venezia

“Nimbus”, Aidan Gallery, Moscow

2003

“SKY…SKY…”, Aidan Gallery, Moscow

“Carpet-Hydrangea”, State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

2004

“Instead of Minotaurus”, XL Gallery, Moscow

“Carpet-Hydrangea. St. Petersburg”, Museum for Contemporary Art, New Academy of Arts, St. Petersburg

“Tops and Roots”, Arka Gallery, Vladivostok; Novosibirsk Art Museum, Novosibirsk, Russia

“Wage Labour and Capital”, Gallery KINO, Moscow

2005

“New thoughts about books”, Lisa Plavinskaya's gallery, ARTSTRELKA center, Moscow

“Zukunfstroman 1”, Atelier Am Eck, Dusseldorf

“The Major Project” (workshop), Lisa Plavinskaya's gallery, ARTSTRELKA center, Moscow

“Sergey Shutov (from private collections)”, Contemporary Art Collectors' Gallery, ARTSTRELKA center, Moscow

“The Major Project (Russian Melancholy of Suzy Wong)”, Suzy Wong gallery, Moscow

“Abacus at The Wapping Project”, London

2006

“Apokastasis now”, Zverev Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow

“Icastica”, Galleria Michela Rizzo, Venezia


Selected Group Exhibitions:

1978-1985

Spring and Autumn exhibitions, Municipal Committee of Graphic artists, Moscow

1986

“XVII Exhibition of Young Artists”, House of Artists at Kuznetsky Most, Moscow

“One Night Show” (one-day exhibitions with German Vinogradov, Sven Gundlaj and others), House of Artists at Kuznetsky
Most, Moscow; Dukat Culture Palace, Moscow

“Habitat”, Hermitage Society, Moscow

“Representation”, Hermitage Society, Moscow

“Visual Culture”, Hermitage Society, Moscow

1987

“Moscow painting retrospective review 1957-1987”, Hermitage Society, Moscow

“First auction of Moscow young painter's works of arts”, Russian Culture Foundation, Moscow

“Exhibition for XV Moscow Cinema Festival”, Central House of Cinematographers, Moscow

1988

“Russian Avant-Garde and Soviet Contemporary Art”, Sotheby's, International Trade Center, Moscow

“Urbi et Orbi: Moscow Graphics”, Central House of Artists, Moscow

“Labirynth”, Palace of Youth, Moscow

“Hermitage in Holland”, Technische Universiteie, Eindhoven
“Stakhanovites of Art”, Moscow

“Auction” (“Anti-Sotheby's”), performance (with “Champions of the World” group), Georgy Nikich and Georgy Puzenkov
studio, Moscow

“Contemporary Soviet Artists”, Studio Iaanini, Milano

“Zatulovskaya, Infante, Dybsky, Shutov”, Kaj Forsblom Gallery, Helsinki

“The New Russians”, Palace of Science and Culture, Warsaw

“XVIII Exhibition of Young Artists”, Central exhibition hall Manege, Moscow

1989

“Moscow to London”, Thumb Gallery, London

“XXI Festival des Arts”, Cannes

“Furmanny Zaulek”, Dawne Zaklady Norblina, Warsaw

“Glasnost”, Henri Nannen Assembli, Kunsthalle Emden

“Soviet Artists”, Kostaki's Gallery, Athens

”XX century masters' paintings”, (auction), Katherine Charbonneau, Paris

1989-1990

“10+10”, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Albright-Knox Art Gallery,
Buffalo, New York; Milwaukee Art Museum; Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; Artists' Union Hall of the
Tretyakov Gallery, Krymskaia Embankment, Moscow; State Picture Gallery of Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgian S.S.R.;
Central Exhibition Hall, Leningrad

1990

“Contemporary Soviet painters”, Showroom, London

“L. Tabenkin, A. Nassedkin, E. Dybsky, A. Medvedev, S. Shutov”, Contemporary Art Museum, Porto, Lisbon

“Russian and Soviet Art”, (auction), Phillips, London

1990-1991

“5+1 Artists from Moscow”, Museu Nacional de Arte Contempor?nea, Lisboa

1991

“Moscow-Leningrad-Tbilisi”, Nouveau Theatre d' Angers, Angers, France; Round-up, CP Gallery, Moscow

“Raid”, Chistye Prudy Gallery, Moscow

“ART MIF 2”, Central exhibition hall Manege, Moscow

“Happy New Year, comrades!”, Russian Culture Foundation exhibition hall, Moscow

1992

“3rd International Istanbul Biennale”, Istambul

1993

“Multi-media Festival”, Finland

“Livres d'artistes russes et sovietiques. 1910-1993”, Espace Vesere, Ouserge, France

“ART MIF 3”, Dablus – Institute of Art Technology, Central exhibition hall Manege, Moscow

“Virtual Garden”, ANIGRAPH„93, Institute of Art Technology, VDNKh, Moscow

“The Third Reality”, Institute of Art Technology (presentation), House of Cinema, Moscow

“Contemporary Art from Moskovia Bank Collection”, Odessa Art Museum, Odessa; National Museum of Russian Art, Kiev;
Lvov Picture Gallery, Lvov

1994-1995
“Contemporary Art from Incombank Collection”, Ulyanovsk Regional Art Museum, Ulyanovsk; Samara Regional Art Museum,
Samara; Magnitogorsk Picture Gallery, Magnitogorsk; Artists Union's Exhibition Hall, Chelyabinsk; Ekaterinburg Art Museum,
Ekaterinburg; Mikhail Vrubel Regional Fine Arts Museum in the, Omsk; Caryatid exhibition center, Nizhni Novgorod; Art
Museum, Rostov-on-Don

1994

“Depositary” (Acquisitions of the Russian Ministry of Culture Foundation), Na Solyanke exhibition hall, Moscow

“Arte Contemporanea dalla Collezione della Federazione delle Cooperative Migros”, Museo Cantonale d'Arte di Lugano, Lugano

“Exhibition of graphic arts”, Aidan Gallery, Central House of Artists, Moscow

1995

“Kunst im verbordennen. Nonconformisten Russland 1957-1995” (contemporary art collection from the Tzaritzyno Museum-
Reserve), Wilchelm-Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen; Documenta-Halle, Kassel; Staatliches Museum, Altenburg

“Artists against Sex”, Manhattan Express Club, Moscow

“Festival 99-99” (program of the Institute of Art Technology), Feodor Dostoevsky Museum, St. Petersburg

“Contemporary Russian Paintings and Graphics” (Sotheby's charity auction), “ART MIF”, Metropole Hotel, Moscow

“Apocalypses”, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow

1996

“Visiting the fairy-tale”, Contemporary Art Center, Moscow

“Silk-screens of Art”, Kaluga Art Museum, Kaluga; Ryazan Regional Museum of Art, Ryazan; Nirniran Gallery, Washington

“Silk-screens from Russia”, Mimi Firzt Gallery, New York

1997

“Russian Portrait” (contemporary art collection from the Tzaritzyno Museum-Reserve), Caryatid exhibition center, Nizhni
Novgorod; Perm Municipal Picture Gallery, Perm

“History in the Faces”, State Art Museum, Nizhni Novgorod; Samara Regional Art Museum, Samara; Perm Municipal Picture
Gallery, Perm; Novosibirsk Picture Gallery, Novosibirsk; Ekaterinburg Art Museum, Ekaterinburg

III Cetinjski Bijenale, Cetinje, Montenegro

“Photo exhibition”, New Academy of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

“Nonconformist Art” (contemporary art collection from the Tzaritzyno Museum-Reserve), Mucsarnok, Budapest

Moscow Forum of Art Initiatives'97, Maly Manege state exhibition hall, Moscow

1998

“Art-Moscow”, Novy Manege exhibition hall, Moscow

“Photobiennale „98”, Central exhibition hall Manege, Moscow

“Senses Test Station”, Moscow International Forum of Art Initiatives'98, Novy Manege exhibition hall, Moscow

“LISTE „98”, The Young Art Fair, Basel

“Russian landscape at the end of XX century”, Galerie des Fondation Initiative Russe pour la culture, Geneve

“Motherland”, Ilya Repin Home-Museum, Samara

“Art Forum”, Berlin

1999

“MG Star. Contemporary Russian Art of the 1990s”, Na Strelke (At the Spit) Krasnoyarsk Museum, Krasnoyarsk; Kemerovo
Regional Fine Arts Museum, Kemerovo; Novosibirsk Picture Gallery, Novosibirsk

“Kunst '99”, Zurich Helmhaus, Zurich

“Lightness Inspiration”, Moscow Art Center, Moscow

“Russian seasons”, Culture Center, Leverkusen
Proposals for the Biennale di Venezia (“ABACUS”), Moscow International Forum of Art Initiatives, Novy Manege exhibition
hall, Moscow

“LISTE '99”, The Young Art Fair, Basel

“Total recall”, TV Gallery, Moscow

2000

“Art-Moscow”, Central House of Artists, Moscow

“Life and Death”, Zverev Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow

“LISTE '2000”, The Young Art Fair, Basel

“Aidan Gallery Artists' Group Show in the New Gallery Space”, Aidan Gallery, Moscow

“ARCO 2000”, Madrid

“Art Forum”, Berlin

“Vienna Biennale”, Vienna

“Instrumenta. Art of Useful”, Moscow International Forum of Art Initiatives, Novy Manege exhibition hall, Moscow

2001

“Art-Moscow”, Central House of Artists, Moscow

“Abstract Art in Russia. The 20-th Century”, State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

“Feedback (Abstract Art in Russia. Up-to-date technologies. The 21-st Century)”, D-137 Gallery, St. Petersburg

“Timur Novikov image in the art of the last third of the 20-th century”, New Academy of Fine Arts' Museum, St. Petersburg

2002

“Energy of Art”, Museum of Revolution, Moscow

“Synopsis II-Theologies”, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Athens

“Abacus”, Sharlottenborg Udstillingsbygning, Copenhagen

“Moscow Time. Contemporary Russian Art Exhibition”, National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow; Siuolaikinio Meno
Centras, Vilnius; Nizhni Novgorod Radio Laboratory memorial museum, Nizhni Novgorod

“Contemporary Russian Paintings. 1992-2002”, Novy Manege exhibition hall, Moscow

“Group show”, Aidan Gallery, Moscow

2003

“A.K.M. / Association of Karma Modifications”, “Neue Ansatze / Zeitgenossische Kunst aus Moskau”, Kunsthalle
Dusseldorf, Dusseldorf

“Art-Moscow”, Central House of Artists, Moscow

“The Armory Show”, New York

2004

“Planes and Flights”, Na Brestskoi Club, National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow

“The Body, the Culture and the optic illusions”, Other Art Museum, Russian State University for Humanities, Moscow

“From Synesthesia to Anesthesia”, Very Intelligent Dance Music Festival “Abracadabra”, Kryliya Sovetov training complex,
Moscow

“Paper Definitions. Definition du papier”, Central House of Artists, Moscow

“HA KYPOPT! Russische Kunst Heute”, Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, Baden-Baden; Novy Manege exhibition hall,
Moscow

“Golden Apples of the Russian Psychedelic Fairy-tale”, Casket Gallery, Moscow

“Paradize”, Moscow International Forum of Art Initiatives, State Eshibition Hall "Novy Manezh", Moscow
“New Acquisitions”, National Center for Contemporary Art (NCCA), Moscow

“North-South”, KINO gallery, State Eshibition Hall "Novy Manezh", Moscow

“PUSTO”, 3rd open-air video art festival, Moscow

“ORIENT INN”, Palazzo Pesaro Papafava, Venezia

“ART MOSCOW Workshop”, Central House of Artists, Moscow

“Once upon a time... The fabula of video art in Russia”, gallery for contemporary arts RuArts, Moscow

2005

“Art-Digital 2004. I Click, Therefore I Am” (parallel programm of the 1st Moscow Biennale of contemporary Art),
contemporary art center M'ARS, Moscow

“Accomplices” (parallel programm of the 1st Moscow Biennale of contemporary Art), State Tretyakov Gallery,
Moscow

“Behind the Red Horizon” (in the framework of international art program “Moscow-Warsaw. Warsaw-Moscow”),
National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow

“Actual Mobilography 1” in the framework of “Fashion and Style in Photography 2005” festival, Zurab Tsereteli
Art Gallery, Moscow

International Biennale of Contemporary Art, National Gallery - Veletrzny palac, Prague

Х Moscow International Forum of Art Initiatives “МЫ/WE”, State exhibition hall “Novy Manezh”, Moscow

“PUSTO”, 4th open-air video art festival, Moscow

“Cow Parade”, Moscow

“Russian Pop Art”, State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

“№8 1/2. Artists of the beginning of the century. Video art”, WAM gallery, Moscow

“Artist and weapons”, contemporary art center M'Ars, Moscow

“Moscow Breakthrough”, Trafalgar Square, London


Videography

“Sun, Submarine, Airplane, Penguins” (with Timur Novikov), 1989
“Neva” (with Timur Novikov), 1989
“Pirate TV” (Moscow bureau), series of TV-programs, 1989-1993
“CNOC AN TURSA”, 1990 (sound by “Majordom” (A. Artsimovitch)) “Celestial Tub - 2”, 1992, 20 min
“Sensual Experiments”, 1993, 18 min
“Amazing, how silently it is” (Celestial Tub - 3), 1994, 20 min
“Mystery of Two Oceans”, 1994, 4 min
“Caviar TV”, 1995, 240 min
“Carpet-Hydrangea”, 2003, 12 min
“Instead of Minotaurus”, 2004, 13 min
“Ghosts”, 2004, 16 min
“Karaoke”, 2004, 10 min
“Outer Europe (The Magic Well)”, 2004, 15 min
“Junk songs”, 2004, 10 min

								
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