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Nesterova Natalya

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About the artist
Birthdate
23.04.1944
Education
Moscow State Art Institute named after V. Surikov (1962-1968)
Moscow Art School affiliated with the Institute named after V. Surikov (1962)
Grants and Awards
Honorary Gold Medal of the Russian Academy of Arts (2004)
Laureate of the Triumph Prize (2002)
Laureate of the State Prize of the Russian Federation (1999)
The title of Honored Artist of the Russian Federation (1994)
Honorary Silver Medal of the Russian Academy of Arts (1990)
Art Techniques
Painting
Exhibition Record
Solo Exhibitions
2014
‘Window to Paris’, Z & L Gallery, Moscow
‘Memories of the leaving summer’, UVS art gallery, Moscow, Russia
2013
‘General rehearsal of the anniversary, Frolov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2012
‘Anticipation’, Veresov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2005
‘Reflections of Lost Time’, State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
1997
‘Natalia Nesterova’, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
"Natalia Nesterova, Painting", Gallery of Russian Art, Tallinn, Estonia
1996
Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, USA
1995
Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, USA
1994
Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, USA
1993
‘Natalia Nesterova: 10 paintings’, Moscow Palette Galery, Berlin, Germany
Art Modern Gallery in cooperation with sculptor Lazar Gadayev, Moscow, Russia
Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, USA
1992
‘Natalia Nesterova’, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Canada
In cooperation with T. Nazarenko, Gallery of Fernando Durand, Madrid, Spain
1991
‘Natalia Nesterova: New Art’, Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, USA
‘New art, Natalia Nesterova’, Charles Cowles Gallery, New York, USA
1990
‘Natalya Nesterova, Recent Works from Moscow’, Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, USA
1989
‘Natalia Nesterova and Lazar Gadaev’, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
1988
‘New works from Moscow’, Hal Bromm Gallery, New York, USA
1974
One-day exhibition, House of Artists on Kuznetsky Most Street, Moscow, Russia
Group Exhibitions
‘The world of sensible things in pictures. The end of the twentieth century’, M'ARS Gallery, The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow
‘Patrons of Holland and Russia’, Museum of Personal Collections, Moscow, Russia
‘Moscow – Russia’, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
‘Hot and Cold, Red Moscow’, Moscow Manege, Moscow, Russia
1996
‘Russian painting of the late XX century, Realities and prospects’, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
‘Contemporary Russian Art’ Collection of Lis Janstrup and Jens Gregersen, State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
‘Galleries in the gallery’, State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
‘Post Art Modern’, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
‘Devoted to Purygin’, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
1st Congress of the Creative Fund of Russia, State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
‘Russian Collection, The End of the 20th Century’, M'ARS Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1995
‘Christmas Fantasies’, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
‘La terra ritrovata’, Villa Ormond, San Remo, Italy
‘Europe-ART’, Geneva, Switzerland
Exhibition of works submitted for the State Prize, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
‘Charity auction for the burn care facility of children's hospital No. 9. Modern Russian Painting and Graphics’, Sotheby's, ‘ART MYTH’, Metropol Moscow Hotel, Russia
‘New Russian Art: Paintings from the Christian Keesee Collection’, City Art Center, Oklahoma City, USA
1994
‘Four Russian Messages: Carnival or Drama’, Baltimore, USA
Exhibition of works by S. Kalistratova, N. Nesterova, M. Elkonina, A3 Gallery, World Bank, Moscow, Russia
Exhibition of works by Moscow artists, New Jerusalem, Russia
‘Russian Collection’, M'ARS Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1993-94
‘Monotype’, M.Dunev Gallery, San Francisco, USA
1993
‘Still-life of the late ХХ century ...’, Moscow Palette Galery, MARKHI (Moscow Institute of Architecture), Moscow, Russia / Berlin, Germany
Exhibition from the collection of Levi, Museum of Modern Art, Lausanne, Switzerland
‘8 Kunstler aus Moskau’, Walter Bischoff Galerie, Stuttgart, Germany
‘Universalism and Particularism: The Russian World in Transition’, Sandra Gerstman Gallery, New York, USA
‘Postmodernism’, State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1992
‘20th Century Russian Art’, Nassau County Art Museum, New York, USA
‘The Tale of Bread and Tears’, Ljubljana, Slovenia
1991
‘8 Soviet artists’, Charles Cowles Gallery, New York, USA
‘Russian and Soviet painting in Portugal: from Nicholas II to Gorbachev’, Castelo de Leiria, Leiria, Portugal
1990
‘Treasures and Traditions’, National Gallery, Washington, USA
Chicago International Art Exposition, Maya Polsky Gallery, Chicago, USA
‘Figuration Critique’, Paris / Saint Petersburg / Moscow, France / Russia
1989-90
‘Von der Revolution zur Perestroika’, Kunstmuseum, Luzern, Switzerland / Palau de la Virreina, Barcelona, Spain / Musee d'Art Moderne, Saint-Etienne, France
1989
Art Modern Gallery, Moscow, Russia
All-Union Exhibition of Painting, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
Moscow Artists in London, London, England
1988
‘SOTHEBY'S, Russian Avant-Garde and Soviet Contemporary Art’, World Trade Center, Moscow, Russia
1987
Exhibition of works by Moscow artists, Tallinn, Estonia
Chicago International Art Exposition, Chicago, USA
1985
‘Malerei, Graphik und Plastik Kunstlerinen der UdSSR’, Kunsthalle, Recklinghausen, Germany
‘Exhibition of works by Moscow artists’, Riga ‘Art from Moscow’, Berlin, Germany
1983
Ludwig Gallery, Cologne, Germany
1982
‘Aspects of Soviet Modern Art from the Ludwig Collection’, Ludwig Gallery, Cologne / Aachen, Germany
Exhibition of contemporary artists from the collections of Levi and Nannen, Hamburg / Brussels / Paris, Germany / Belgium / France
‘Exhibition of works by Russian and Soviet artists from the collection of V.Semenov’, Hamburg, Aachen, Dusseldorf, Dortmund, Frankfurt, Wiesbaden, Germany / Brussels, Belgium / Paris, France
1981
‘Exhibition of 23 artists’, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
‘ART-81’exhibition of paintings from the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Rome / Basel, Italy / Switzerland
1977
‘Exhibition of four artists’ in collaboration with L. Gadaev, I. Mescheryakova and I. Starzhenetsky, Moscow, Russia
1966-80
Participated in all-Union, Republican, Moscow youth exhibitions
Art Fairs
ART MANEZH (1997, 1996)
ARTMOSCOW (1996)
ART MYTH (1993)
ART CHICAGO (1995)
FIAC (1987)
Biennale
1997
47th Venice Biennale
1993
4th International Biennale in Kortrijk
1982
9 Biennale der Ostsee Lander
Collections
State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia / State Russian Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia / State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow, Russia / Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia / Museum of Contemporary Art ART4.RU, Moscow, Russia / Archangelsk Art Museum, Arkhangelsk, Russia / Bryansk Regional Art Museum, Bryansk, Russia / Vologda Regional Picture Gallery, Vologda, Russia / Yekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts, Yekaterinburg, Russia / Ivanovo Regional art museum, Ivanovo, Russia / Irkutsk Regional Art Museum named after V. Sukachev, Irkutsk, Russia / Historical, Architectural, and Art Museum ‘New Jerusalem’, Istra, Russia / Kurgan Regional Art Museum, Kurgan, Russia / Kursk Regional Picture Gallery named after A. Deineka, Kursk, Russia / Kemerovo Regional Museum of Fine Arts, Kemerovo, Russia / Krasnoyarsk State Museum of Art named after V. Surikov, Krasnoyarsk, Russia / Magadan Regional Museum, Magadan, Russia / Nizhny Tagil Municipal Museum of Fine Arts, Nizhny Tagil, Russia / Novokuznetsk Art Museum, Novokuznetsk, Russia / Novosibirsk State Art Museum, Novosibirsk, Russia / Omsk Regional Museum of Fine Arts named after M. Vrubel, Omsk, Russia / Orenburg Regional Museum of Fine Arts, Orenburg, Russia / Perm State Art Gallery, Perm, Russia / Museum of Fine Arts of the Republic of Karelia, Petrozavodsk, Russia / Rostov Kremlin State Museum, Rostov Yaroslavskaya oblast, Russia / Rostov Regional Museum of Fine Arts, Rostov-on-Don, Russia / Saratov Art Museum named after AN Radishchev, Saratov, Russia / Sochi Art Museum, Sochi, Russia / Tomsk Museum of Pictures Of Fine Arts, Tomsk, Russia / Far Eastern Art Museum, Khabarovsk, Russia / National Art Museum of the Republic of Sakha, Yakutsk, Sakha Republic / Kiev Art Museum, Kiev, Ukraine / Zaporozhye Regional Art Museum, Zaporozhye, Ukraine / Mark Chagall Museum, Vitebsk, Belarus / The State Picture Gallery of Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia / The A. Kasteev State Art Museum, Almaty, Kazakhstan / The Fine Arts Museum of Kyrgyzstan named after G. Aitiev, Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic / Ludwig Forum, Aachen, Germany / National Museum ‘Women in Art’, Washington, USA / National Jewish Museum B'nai B'rith Clutznik, Washington, USA / P. Ludwig Museum, Cologne, Germany / Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Canada / Jane Voorhis Zimmerli Museum, Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA / Solomon Guggenheim Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA / Chinese National Museum of Art, Beijing, China / National Museum of Modern Art, Seoul, South Korea / K Olodzi Art Foundation, Highland Park, New Jersey, USA / Hofstra Museum, Hofstra University, Hampstead, New York, USA / Slovak National Gallery, Bratislava, Slovakia / P. Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary
Publication
Publications and Reviews
G. Revzin. Essence of people and things // Kommersant. - 2005. - January 19.
A. Tolstova. Reflections of the Past // Kommersant. - 2005. - March 9.
Natalia Nesterova, ‘Cupid and Psyche (Summer Garden)’

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