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Ilya Dolgov was born on 1984 in Voronezh, Russia. Discover Ilya Dolgov's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 36 years old?
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2016 — Herbarium, Peresvetov Lane Gallery, Moscow
2016 — Badlands, Zarya Center for Contemporary Art, Vladivostok
2016 — Constructing the Future: Children’s Books of the 1920–1930s, Russian State Children’s Library, Moscow
2016 — Достояние. Естество, Victoria Gallery
2016 — В славном городе Воронеже, WINZAVOD Center for Contemporary Art (together with VCCA), Moscow (as part of the 5th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art)
2016 — Experiences of the Imaginary, New Holland: Cultural Urbanization, St Petersburg
2016 — Living Alive, National Center for Contemporary Arts (NCCA), Volgo-Vyatsky branch, Nizhny Novgorod
2016 — Credit Suisse Award and Cosmoscow Award winner for young artists.
In 2016 he made it to list of the most notable young Russian artists, according to Art Newspaper Russia.
His next nomination for the Kandinsky Prize came in 2015 in the same category, for the installation Model of Nature, Goethe’s Model exhibited at the XL Gallery in Moscow. In this piece, the artist concentrated on the interrelations between man and nature through the works of Goethe. The narrative was taken from Dolgov long-time ongoing online project “Forest Journal”, meanwhile hexagons as a form of “overgrowing” derived from D’Arcy Thompson’s theory of mathematical biology.
2015 — Model of Nature, Goethe’s Model, XL Gallery, Moscow 2014 — Azoikum, Büro für kulturelle Übersetzungen, Leipzig, Germany
2015 — Open Space Observations, Divnogorie Museum, Voronezh Region
In 2015, Dolgov was made it in the shortlist of Russia’s seven most perspective young artists, according to Forbes Russia, especially attractive for local and foreign museums, exhibitions and collectors.
2014 — Not Museum, Manifesta 10, Parallel Program, St Petersburg 2014 — One Place Next to Another, WINZAVOD Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow
2014 — Detective, MMOMA, Moscow 2014 — 11, Garage Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow
2014 — Catch a Tortoise, Krasnodar Institute of Contemporary Art (KISS), Krasnodar
2014 — Beauty of Unattractiveness, Belyaevo Gallery, Moscow 2013 — Revisiting the Space, Voronezh, VCCA, Voronezh
Since 2013, Ilya Dolgov has been working on his creative research Internet project “Forest Journal” focusing on nature and the attempts to understand, observe and describe it on a new level. Making a forest, wasteland, a meadow, a field, a coomb and a fowl-farm his subject matter, the author of the idea, Dolgov, in cooperation with Alex Buldakov, Ilya Romanov, Ivan Gorshkov, Zhanna Dolgova, Anastasiya Taylakova, Elizaveta Konovalova and Lukas Corte, through observation and sensual perception is aiming to answer the key question in each of the bimonthly issues: “What is nature?” In the artist’s own words, “Forest Journal” is an attempt to make two steps back in the exploration of the world, in order to re-define it in a novel way. I’m employing the old-fashioned approach of a natural philosopher, an enthusiastic amateur natural scientist. Each of the issues is dedicated to one theme and includes texts, photographs, video, documentation of natural processes, and other materials.
2013 – 2016 — Forest Journal, online research project, Forestjournal.org
2013 — Azoic, MSU Zoological Museum, in collaboration with Gallery 21
2013 — Space Lab, Spinnerei, Leipzig, Germany
2013 — Bestiary (together with Nikolay Alekseev), VCCA, Voronezh
2013 — Winner of Garage Museum’s grant program
In 2012, Dolgov presented his project Herbarium for the first time at the H.L.A.M. Gallery, Voronezh, which included graphic work, installations made of reed, cane and moss, as well as video documentation of nature in its stereotypical vision. The graphic series depicted a re-drawn herbarium, collected at the Grafsky reserve under Voronezh in 1998 with the index of the class and order categories attached. In this project, the artist investigated the human perception of nature, the relations between an individual and nature, observes the expansion of the plant world and, in the installation of cane cubes, designs the invasion of the space by the plants. That same year, the project won the 2012 Innovation Prize in the Regional Contemporary Art Project nomination. Dolgov continued to collect and draw plants afterwards, so that the later versions of the Herbarium exhibition feature works executed in 2012 and later, as well as more recent installation pieces. In 2013, at the Moscow State University’s Zoological Museum in collaboration with Gallery 21 Ilya Dolgov presented his first personal exhibition in Moscow. In the Azoic project, the artist continued his investigation of the limits of relations between man, nature and machines. Here, Dolgov models a system of interconnections between imaginary creatures—chimeras—unveiling the ties inherent in the modern world, basing on the concept of Azoy as “an ancient period in the history of the Earth, where there were no organisms, machines and humans, while the planet was inhabited by the Azoyids. In those creatures, the biological, the technological and the cultural had not yet divided into separate ways of being”. Using video, graphic works, scientific atlases and various other objects as his materials, Dolgov invents some of the chimeric Azoyids, but also discovers them in the everydayness (e.g. a water cart, a flowerbed, a carrier, a group of teenage traceurs in a concrete box, or a technology that takes care of the animals on a farm). In 2013 the project was nominated for the Kandinsky Prize—a national award in the field of contemporary art in the “Young Artist. Project of the Year” category.
2012 — Herbarium, H.L.A.M. Gallery, Voronezh
2012 — Behind the Encounter Scenes, Gallery 21, Moscow 2012 — Awaiting Environment, Gallery 21, Moscow
2012 — Strategic Project of the III Moscow International Biennale of Young Art,
2012 — Innovation Prize nominee in the Regional Project of Contemporary Art category (the Herbarium project)
2011 — From the Field of Practical Knowledge, GMG Gallery, Moscow
2011 — Utopia Ruins, H.L.A.M. Gallery, Voronezh
2011 — The Phantom Monuments, Garage Center for Contemporary The Phantom Monuments, Moscow 2011 — Forms of Rationales, H.L.A.M. Gallery, Voronezh
2011 — Utopia Ruins (together with Nikolay Alekseev), H.L.A.M. Gallery, Voronezh
In 2010–2011, together with Nikolay Alekseev, Ilya Dolgov was nominated for the Innovation Prize, the all-Russian competition in the field of contemporary arts in the Regional Project of the Year category (Innovation VI: exhibition Live Museum of Performance, VCCA, 2010; Innovation VII: exhibition Utopia Ruins, H.L.A.M. Gallery, 2011).
2010 — Live Museum of Performance, VCCA, Voronezh
2010 — The Only Difference, Fabrika Project, Moscow
2010 — Taming Time, Fabrika Project, Moscow
2010 — Live Museum of Performance, VCCA, Voronezh
2009 — Utopia Is What You Need But You Is Not What Utopia Has Need For, VCCA, Voronezh
2009 — The Next Step Is Ours!, VCCA, Voronezh
2009 — “Care” Land Art Festival, Divnogorie reserve, VCCA, Voronezh
2009 — Genius Loci: Gallery, Ravenscourt Galleries, Moscow
2009 — Can’t Take It Anymore, VCCA, Voronezh 2004 – 5 — Participant of the Border Investigations and Popular Border Investigations art groups, Voronezh. Projects “Magical Transformations”, “Unconditional Reflex”, “The Party”, “Naked Lunch of Bonaventura’s Father” and the “Kingdom of the Soft-Bodied”.
2009 — Can’t Take It Anymore, VCCA, Voronezh
In the years 2004–5, Dolgov was involved in the Voronezh-based artistic groups Border Investigations together with co-members Arseny Zhilyaev, Maria Chekhonadskikh, Nikolay Alekseev, Ivan Gorshkov and Alexander Sinozersky and Popular Border Investigations. In 2008, together with Nikolay Alekseev, Ivan Gorshkov and Arseny Zhilyaev, he co-founded the Voronezh Center of Contemporary Art (VCCA). Dolgov’s first solo show took place at the “Energiya” Sport Center, a venue of VCCA. It was titled Utopia Is What You Need But You Is Not What Utopia Has Need For and demonstrated Dolgov’s interest in the “contemporary utopian project of trans-humanism, the optics of utopian desire and the subjectivities it derives from”.
Ilya Alexandrovich Dolgov (born 1984, in Voronezh), is a Russian artist.
Ilya Dolgov was born in Voronezh in 1984. In 2001 to 2006 he studied Philosophy and Psychology at the Voronezh State University (thesis “Emotional Perception of Messages with Dysfunctional Aesthetic Structure”). In 2009, he was an external student at The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA Moscow).