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ABOUT DANIIL ARKHIPENKO

Daniil has started painting at the age of fifteen at his father's studio. Artist’s creativity is focused on a natural phenomenon: paysages, landscapes and various objects of the living world. Daniil makes his artworks by means of modern technics and materials: plastic, lenses, plexiglas and other. Thus, new media and eternal idea join into one, so that arises the symbiosis of temporal and permanent, of artificial and real. However, from the author's point of view, "no new technologies may equal to the majesty of nature, as long as it is the most modern thing that surrounds us". Taking a stand of an independent observer, Daniil explores the world around him with his personal prism, or loupe, and, therefore, explores his own nature. Artist invites us to join him and take a close look through the special lens to feel that authentic lively energy, which his artworks are saturated with. 

SELECTED ARTWORKS

DANIIL ARKHIPENKO

CONTEMPORARY ARTIST

1985

Born in Leningrad, USSR

Lives and works in Saint Petersburg, Russia

EDUCATION

Attended classes in Fine arts academy and St. Petersburg Art and Industry Academy named after A. L. Stieglitz

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

SOLO SHOWS

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2018

Unbound Observer, UVG Art Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

Unbound Observer, Ural Vision Gallery, Yekaterinburg, Russia

2016-2017

2015-2016

Against the stream, Fine art academy, Moscow-Saratov-Tula-Kazan, Russia

Red Goal, Fine art academy, Moscow-Belgrade, Russia-Serbia

2015

Elements, Ural Vision Gallery, Yekaterinburg, Russia

2015

Rigor and beauty, Ural Vision Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

Absolutely beauty, Ludwig museum, Budapest, Hungary

2014

Rigor and beauty, Ural Vision Gallery, Ekaterinburg, Russia

2013

Olympic exhibition of New Academy, Saint Petersburg, Russia

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Murmansk Fine arts Museum, Russia

Pskov Fine arts Museum, Russia

Ural Vision Foundation, Russia-Hungary

The series Unbound Observer by Daniil Arkhipenko is the basics for interior design of subway station Novokrestovskaya in Saint-Petersburg, Russia

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

Hungary, Italy, Russia, the UK and the USA, Greece (Kostaki family)

ART FAIRS

2018

Cosmoscow 2018, Gostiny Dvor, Moscow, Russia

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