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Dmitry Venkov

Dimitri Venkov was born in 1980 in Moscow, Russia. His works have been exhibited at Documenta 14 in Greece, and the biennials of Moscow, Bergen, and Gothenburg respectively. He has been awarded numerous prizes such as the Kandinsky Prize, The International Federation of Film Critics Award (FIPRESCI) and the 4th Oberhausen e-flux prize, amongst others.

 

 

solo exhibitions:

 

2017

The October Overturn WINZAVOD Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia

2014

Time Shall Be No More Manege Central Exhibition Hall, Moscow, Russia

2013

Getting There Together Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

 

group exhibitions:

2018

Other Shores Manege Central Exhibition Hall, St. Petersburg, Russia

2017

Goteborg Biennale Goteborg, Sweden

documenta 14 Athens, Greece

Triennial of Russian Contemporary Art Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia

 

2016

VII PERMANENT COLLECTION DISPLAY. INTERACTION: Contemporary Artists Respond to MMOMA Collection Moscow, Russia

Trans-People. State of un-Safety Ermilov Centre, Kharkiv, Ukraine

 

2015

Metageography State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Cannibal Manifesto: Mimesis as Resistance, Karst Foundation Plymouth, The United Kingdom

Close and Far, Mead Gallery Warwick Art Centre, Coventry, The United Kingdom

 

2014

Great Expectations Manege Central Exhibition Hall, Moscow, Russia

Burning News Hayward Gallery, London, The United Kingdom

Moscow. Baroque. 2014 Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Close and Far Calvert 22 Gallery, London, The United Kingdom

Video#Russia! PERMM Museum of Contemporary Art, Perm, Russia

 

2013

The 5th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art More Light Moscow, Russia

The 1st Bergen Triennale of Contemporary Art Monday Begins on Saturday Bergen, Norway
Solo and Сhoir. Selected from the collection of National Centre for Contemporary Arts: Video Works of Russian Artists De Hallen, Haarlem, The Netherlands

Start Making Sense! Geneva School of Art and Design (H.E.A.D.), Geneva, Switzerland

 

2012

Studio vs. Film Process National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow, Russia

No Exceptions Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, Russia

The 3rd Biennale of Young Art Under the Tinsel Sun Moscow, Russia

Kandinsky Prize Nominees Exhibition Moscow, Russia

 

2011

History of Russian Video Art. Vol. 3 MMOMA, Moscow, Russia

Exhibitions of Up! art group: Nemi and Field of Silence Moscow-Khlebnikovo, Russia

 

2010

Senses and Sensibility, The 2nd Biennale of Young Art Sense and Sensitivity Que Vive? Moscow, Russia

 

 

film festivals:

 

2018

Beat Film Festival Moscow, Russia

64th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany

 

2017

Rencontres Internationales Berlin, Germany

Kino der Kunst Munich, Germany

 

2016

Artists’ Film International Whitechapel Gallery, London, The United Kingdom

Thessaloniki International Film Festival Thessaloniki, Greece

Kasseler Dokfest Kassel, Germany

Mirror Film Festival Ivanovo, Russia

64th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany

 

2015

Alanik Forum Vladikavkaz, Russia

 

2014

XXXVI Moscow International Film Festival Moscow, Russia

Mirror Film Festival Ivanovo, Russia

 

2012

Realness Is not Enough XIV Media Forum of Moscow International Film Festival, Moscow, Russia

Kino der Kunst Munich, Germany

31st Jean Rouch International Film Festival Paris, France

XXXIV Moscow International Film Festival Moscow, Russia

Constructed Sceneries Scenographies exhibition, SMBA, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Now and Then '13 International Video Art Festival, Moscow, Russia

XI International Kansk Video Festival Kansk, Russia

Days of ethnographic cinema Moscow, Russia

Scinema International Science Film Festival Australia

Go Еаst Film Festival Open Frame Award, Wiesbaden, Germany