Evgeny Chubarov

 

 

 

EVGENY CHUBAROV

Evgeny Chubarov was born 1934 in the village of Nizhnee Bobino, Bashkortostan.
He was a painter, graphic artist, sculptor and award winner of Jackson Pollock’s Foundation.

“Immerse yourself within your Self, and then you’ll understand what a personal way of life is, as well as the burden of time; the severity of our dubious era will leave you, and help you free your body and soul. Become artists in the most simple and natural way.”
Evgeny Chubarov

Ilya Kabakov (artist): “We were guests to a living genius.” (After a visit to Chubarov’s studio with Patsukov and Pivovarov in 1978-79).
Vitaly Patsukov (critic): “He was a mammoth frozen in ice. He survived all evolution from the amoeba to modern times. He recorded it all to his “hard drive” and upon being thawed, he was able to expel all this information into one plane.”
Sam Keller (director of Art Basel art fair): “Chubarov’s works are one of the brightest impressions of Art-Moskva-2006.”
Alexander Borovsky (The Newest Tendencies Department at the Russian Museum, St. Petersburg): “It’s so witty and well made that it resembles all the best of art history combined.”
Gary Tatintsian (gallerist): “Looking at some of Chubarov’s works, it is impossible to guess who made them: a man or a woman, a young artist or an old one. They possess an extraordinary amplitude of perception that is subtle, celestial, and transparent. Although this may sound blasphemous, Chubarov’s calligraphic aesthetic and absolutely thorough grasp on intellectual abstraction is in many ways purer than that of his predecessors of “gesture painting”. It’s a molecular way of thinking, an elegance that resembles Chinese art.

SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
State Museum of A.Pushkin, Moscow
The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
Rutgers University Museum, New Jersey
Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow

 SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2015
E. Chubarov. Gary Tatintsian gallery, Moscow, Russia
2014
To the 80th anniversary of the artist’s exhibition. NCCA, Moscow, Russia
2013
Through fabric Existence. Outdoor club, Moscow, Russia
2007
E. Chubarov. Gary Tatintsian gallery, Moscow, Russia
The E. Chubarov. S’ART gallery, Moscow, Russia
2005
Gallery Karenina, Moscow
2004
Return to the Abstract. The State Russian Museum, St.Petersburg, Russia
Return to the Abstract. The National Center for Contemporary Art. Moscow, Russia
2003
E. Chubarov. Gary Tatintsian gallery, New York, USA
2001
E. Chubarov. Gary Tatintsian Gallery, New York, USA
1998
Victims of Stalinism. Park of ArtsMuseon, Andrei Sakharov Museum and Public Center
‚Peace, Progress, Human Rights‘, Moscow, Russia
1996
Andreas Weiss Galerie, Berlin, Germany
1993
International Art Fair for East European Art. Hamburg, Germany
1990
Galerie Vier, Berlin, Germany Tatunz Galerie, Berlin, Germany
1989
Tatunz Galerie, Berlin, Germany
1988
Homecoming. The House of Sculpture, Moscow, USSR
1987
Toward the Scythians. Hermitage Association, Moscow, USSR

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2009
Price of Oil. Gary Tatintsian gallery, Moscow, Russia
2007
Create Your Own Museum. Gary Tatintsian gallery, Moscow, Russia
2003
Kazimir Malevich’s Birthday. Art Center DOM, Moscow
2002
Rejoinders. Art Center DOM, Moscow
1999
Sol LeWitt, Mel Bochner, Eugene Chubarov. Tatunz Gallery, New York
1998
Galerie Bayer, Stuttgart
1989
Paradoxes Of The Corporeal. Municipal Gallery A-3, Moscow
Dialogue: Russian and Modern Times. Boris Vian Center, France
1988
Picture As Object. The House of Artist on Kuznetsky Most, Moscow
1987
The Artist and Modern Times. Exhibition Hall in Kashirskoye Shosse, Moscow
1986
Holiday Culture. Eshibition Hall in Kashirskoye Shosse, Moscow
1985
The Mythology Of Environment. Exhibition Hall in Kashirskoye Shosse, Moscow
1962
Tmeiging Artists. The State A.S. Pushkin Art Museum, Moscow
1961
Moscow’s Emerging Artists. M.U.S.C.H. Moscow

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