Maxim Ksuta

Maxim Ksuta was born in 1971 in Moscow. Graduated from the Moscow State Aviation Technological University named after K. Tsiolkovsky in 1994, taking drawing, watercolor graphics and cabinet painting lessons in his spare time. In 1995, he completed his postgraduate program at the Tsiolkovsky University. Lives and works in Moscow.

solo exhibitions:

 

2016

The sequences of conditions Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2014

Topsy-Turvy Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2013

CY Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2012

Skygraphics Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2010

Day After Day Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2008

Automatic letter Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2007

Out of Eden Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2003–2004

Cosmoscopia in action Aidan Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

1999

Cosmoscopia Aidan Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

1997

Dance, Love, Purity Aidan Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

 

group exhibitions:

 

2018

At the Fringes VDNKh, Moscow, Russia

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

A Memória da Pessoa / O Destino da Sociedade. Rússia CLIF, Brazil

Fortress Kovcheg Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2017

Context of the medium CultProject Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Structures Fractals CultProject Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2016

Somebody Else’s Idea / Citation Kovcheg gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2015

Intertext Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Russia

Atmosphere Kovcheg gallery, Moscow, Russia

Russian Chrestomathy NCCA, Arsenal, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia

TO SEE THE SOUND Belyaevo Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2014

Postcards from the artists The State Literature Museum, Moscow, Russia

Ceremonial portrait The Studio 50A, Moscow, Russia

SCI-ART! Science Art and Illusion, Solyanka VPA, Moscow, Russia

СONTEMPORARY DRAWING The State Russian Museum, Marble Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia

LUCIDA SPACE NCCA, Moscow, Russia

The Gifts Shchusev Architecture Museum, Moscow, Russia

 

2013

“SLUISEN” CHANGING POLES Special projects, The V Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow Planetarium, Moscow, Russia

“SREZ” – DOMESTIC SCULPTURE TODAY Special projects, The V Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia

Wolves and Sheep Special projects, The V Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, The State Literature Museum, Moscow, Russia

Dialogue With Technogeneous Reality Samara Art Centre, Samara, Russia

GOSZAKAZ Pechersky Gallery / WINZAVOD Contemporary Art Center, Moscow, Russia

 

2012

Russian Photography FotoFest 2012 Biennial, Houston, USA

DUST Laboratoria Art & Science Space, Moscow, Russia

 

2011

Infusion Laboratoria Art & Science Space, Moscow, Russia

Svoboda Spazio Carbonesi, Bologna, Italy

 

2010

Imperfetto Spazio Carbonesi, Bologna, Italy

 

2009

Dead Souls State Literary Museum, Moscow, Russia

Dead Moroz Lives Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2008

On Mortal in Art. In memory of Nikolay Konstantinov M-Gallery, Rostov-on-Don, Russia 

Master of Forest-part II (in cooperation with Elena Rubinina), Land art project, Moscow, Russia

 

2007

Master of Forest (in cooperation with Elena Rubinina), Land art project, Moscow, Russia

 

2006

ARTPole Technology Zelenograd, Russia

OKHO: CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN ART Auction Sotheby’s, New York, USA

Nuevos Misticos Sala de Arte Contemporеneo, Tenerife, Canary Islands

Fiac Grand Palas Musee du Louvre, Paris, France

 

2005

ARTPole Technology Gorki-10, Moscow region, Russia

 

2004

Art Moscow Workshops Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia

 

2000

Group Show Aidan Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

1999

Proposals for Venice Biennale 200 New Manege, Moscow, Russia

 

1996

Russian exhibition hall of new technologies Koala Lumpur, Malaysia

My Cinema Kodak-kinomir, Moscow, Russia

 

1992–1993

Mutants and Old Bags (group perfomances, participation), Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia

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