Jury Alexandrov

Jury Alexandrov

Jury Alexandrov

Was born in Leningrad in 1949
graduated from the graphic department of Herzen State Pedagogical University, worked in the publishing house «Enlightenment»
designed and illustrated ABC books, textbooks for schools in the Extreme North and the Far East
Alexandrov's works are in the collection of State Russian Museum and in Russian and foreign private collections

Personal exhibitions:
2013 "THE LENINGRAD SCHOOL" the New Museum (in collaboration with Anna Nova gallery), Saint-Petersburg
2012 "Scripture", Anna Nova gallery, Saint-Petersburg
2011 “Screens”, Anna Nova gallery, Saint-Petersburg
2008 “Modern Art of Chukotka”, Anna Nova galery, Saint-Petersburg
2006 “PPD (primitive print device) by Alexandrov”, Navicula Artis, Saint-Petersburg
2005 “100 Fuji views”, exhibition hall of magazine “NOMI”, Saint-Petersburg
2004 “Selbstdruckerbücher”, Frankfort Book Fair, exhibition hall of  Gutenberg University, Mainz, FRG
2004 «Last Supper», Navicula Artis, Saint-Petersburg
1997 Carmen Oberst Gallery, Hamburg, FRG
1996 Hauptsache Kunst, Karlsruhe, FRG

Group exhibitions:
2009 “Art about art”, State Russian Museum, Saint-Petersburg
2007  «Adventures of ”Black Cube”», State Russian Museum, Saint-Petersburg
2000 “Happy birthday, Johann!” (To the 600th anniversary of Gutenberg's birthday), Mainz, FRG
2000  5-IFUPA, Federal post and communication museum, Hamburg, FRG
1997-99 IFUPA, Carmen Oberst Kunstraum, Hamburg, FRG
1996  Installation and performance Festival, CEH “Manezh”, Saint-Petersburg
1994  “Paper theatre – II”, The Anna Ahmatova Museum at the Fountain House, Saint-Petersburg
1992  “Two of every sort”, Navicula Artis, Saint-Petersburg
1985  TEII exhibition, Youth's House, Leningrad

Curatorial projects:
2005 “FH. Firtree of Kharms”, Navicula Artis, Saint-Petersburg
2002 “Hand made things”, Navicula Artis, Saint-Petersburg
2001 “Pantheon”, Literature Museum IRLI (Pushkin House), Saint-Petersburg
1999 “Reading room”, Navicula Artis, Saint-Petersburg
1998 "100 years of Comics in Russia", "Borey" gallery, Saint-Petersburg