Code : DD1402 Size :36″ X 28″

Code : DD1402 Size :36″ X 28″

Code : DD1402 Size :36″ X 28″

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Dmitry Dementev

Dmitry Dementev was born on June 8th, 1960 in Sevastopol (Russian Federation). From 1978 till 1999 was a Marine officer at Black Sea Fleet. Since 1999 has been living and painting in Sevastopol. Participated in more than 60 exhibitions, including 9 of them personal.

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Dmitry Dementev was a curator of the “Crimean Nude Art” Exhibition and the Artistic part of “Wines Art Festival” in Russian Federation. Arts are in private collections and in collections of the Sevastopol State Art Museum named after Kroshitsky,  Simferopol State Art Museum and  Kamianets-Podilsk State Art Museum.

In 2013, painted series of Romanov Imperial family portraits and was awarded by Russian Imperial House of the Romanov Dynasty medal for the contribution to the preservation of historical and cultural heritage, Art Exhibition Hall “Art Donbass”.

Exhibitions

Solo exhibitions:

  • 2020- “The Path of the Russian Officer”, to the 100th anniversary of the Exodus of the Russian Army from Crimea, the House of Officers of the Black Sea Fleet, Russia.
  • 2016 – “Subjective doublet”, the Simferopol State Art Museum, Russia.
  • 2016 – Simferopol Art Museum, Russia.
  • 2011 – “101”, the Sevastopol State Art Museum named After Kroshitsky Russia.
  • 2010 – “1/2” “Coffee House”, Sevastopol, Russia.
  • 2010 – “Color and Gesture”, Republican Scientific Librrary named after I. Franko, Simferopol, Russia.
  • 2009- “Monochromia” in the framework of the festival “Antilka and avant-gard”, Sevastopol, Russia.
  • 2007 – “Abstract expressionism”, the Sevastopol State Art Museum named after Kroshitsky, Russia.
  • 2005- “Color Metamorphoses”, “Arta” gallery, Sevastopol, Russia

Selected group exhibitions:

  • 2015 -2021-Annual exhibition of Crimean artists “Crimean Bridge”, the Crimean Republican Universal Scientific Library named after I. Ya. Franko Simferopol, Russia.
  • 2020-Exhibition of Crimean artists, the Crimean House of Artists, Simferopol, Russia.
  • 2019-Exhibition “Crimean format”, the Crimean Republican Universal Scientific Library named after I. Ya. Franko Simferopol, Russia.
  • 2017-Exhibition “March 18-day of Reunification”, dedicated to the anniversary of the annexation of Crimea to Russia, the Simferopol State Art Museum, Russia.
  • 2016-Exhibition dedicated to the day of Crimea, Art Incognito Gallery, Moskow, Russia.
  • 2014-Exhibition “Rift of time”, the Central Tavrida Museum, Simferopol, Russia.
  • 2014 – International Exhibition “Parallax International Art Fair”, London, UK.
  • 2013-Exhibition ” Russian Imperial House. The Past and the Present “, the Exhibition Hall Art Donbass, Donetsk, Ukraine.
  • 2013-Ukrainian Triennial “Painting 2013”, the Central Hause of Artists, Kiev, Ukraine.
  • 2012-Exhibition “Behind the closed door of ErotikArt”, the Exhibition Hall Art Donbass, Donetsk, Ukraine .
  • 2012-Crimean Nude Art, the Sevastopol State Art Museum named after Kroshitsky, Russia.
  • 2011-Art project ” Abstracting rows” , the Kamianets-Podilsk State Art Museum ,Ukraine and the Foundation for Promotion of Arts Development, Ukraine, Kyiv.
  • 2010 – “Magic of Art”, a joint project of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia and the Tate Modern, London, UK.
  • 2008-Exhibition “Modern Russian Art”, the Embassy of Ireland, Moscow, Russia.
  • 2005-2015-I-VI Biennale of modern classical abstractionism, the Sevastopol State Art Museum named after Kroshitsky, Russia.
  • 2004-V Biennale of chamber watercolors of Crimea, the Sevastopol State Art Museum named after Kroshitsky, Russia.
  • 2004 – Exhibition “Abstractionism on paper”, the Simferopol State Art Museum, Russia.

 

 

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Shape

Horizontal

Size

Medium

36″ X 28″

Acrylic on canvas

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