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Dmitry Shorin

About the artist

Dmitry Shorin was born in 1971 in Novosibirsk. He lives and works in Moscow and Budapest. He studied at Omsk Pedagogical University named after Gorky at the Faculty of Art and Graphics. Since 1999, the artist’s works have been exhibited at Sotheby’s and Phillips international auctions. In 2008 Dmitry Shorin became the youngest artist to be awarded a solo exhibition at the Marble Palace of the State Russian Museum. In 2013, the project “I believe in angels” was presented at the 55th Venice Biennale.

His works are in the collections of the Russian Museum, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, in the corporate collections of Pulkovo Airport in St. Petersburg, the Airport in Riga, as well as in private Russian and foreign collections, including Roman and Sofia Trotsenko, Dmitry and Tatiana Lukovnikov, Ekaterina Berezovskaya, Ivan Tyryshkin and others.

Selected solo exhibitions:
2020 The Air. Space U, Moscow;
2020 Today is the past of Tomorrow. State Museum of Fine Arts of the Republic of Tatarstan, Gallery of Modern Art, Kazan, Russia;
2019 Svan and Odette (together with Eva Shorina). New Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia;
2018 Scarlet. A. Kasteev State Museum of Art, Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan;
2018 An apology for misconceptions. CSI Vinzavod, Fine Art Gallery, Moscow;
2013 Flight. Erarta Gallery, London;
2013 I Believe in Angels. Erarta Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland;
2012 We are (not) alone. Erarta Gallery, New York, USA;
2011 Dmitry Shorin. Zurab Tsereteli Art Gallery, Moscow;
2011 Holidays. Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow;
2010 Airfield (together with Sergey Shnurov). AL Gallery, Saint Petersburg, Russia;
2008 Dmitry Shorin in the Russian Museum. State Russian Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia.

Selected group exhibitions: 2021 "The Next Day" / "A Következő Napon". Miskolci Galéria, Miskolc; CSI im. Sergey Kuryokhin, Saint Petersburg, Russia;
2019 Andy Warhol and Russian art. Artsolus Foundation, Sevkabel Port, Saint Petersburg, Russia;
2020 Pasca Art Projects “The Line”. Municipal Art Center, Pacha, Hungary;
2020 The project "2020 – 2070". RUSNANO Group and Frida Project Foundation, NUST MISIS, Moscow;
2019 Florence Biennale Fortezza da Basso, dedicated to the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci. Florence, Italy;
2019 Plastic mass. Russian Museum, Marble Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia;
2017 The extraordinary adventures of Karik and Vali". New Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia;
2013 Venice Biennale, Palazzo Bembo, Venice, Italy;
2010 “Self-portrait". Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow;
2006 Russia Fly By. HangArt-7, Salzburg, Austria.

2009 Nomination for the Kandinsky Prize in the category "Project of the Year".
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