Vladimir Yakobchuk

Vladimir Yakobchuk

Vladimir Yakobchuk

1964 - was born in Zhitomir
1994 - graduated Saint-Petersburg State Repin Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, graphic department
1994 - member of Artists Union
1996 - grant from President of Russian Federation
2006 - grant from Nothern Countries Union
2010 - official adviser of Chinese Cultural Promotion Society of Jiangsu Province

Personal exhibitions

1995 - «Walls», Helsinki, Finland
1996 - «Painting and Graphic», Architector's House, Saint-Petersburg
1997 - «G 33404475 T», Turku, Finland
1998 - «Letters», Keln, Germany
1999 - «Herbarium», Turku-Raisio, Finland
2000 - «UNDREAM», Manchester, England
2006 - «UNDREAM», Turku, Finland

Selected group exhibitions


1986 - «Print Graphic from Slician Collection», Penza
1992 - «II Biennale of Contemporary Art », Saint-Petersburg, Lenexpo
1994 - «Saint-Petersburg Artists», Versal, France
1995 - «Alphabet of New Symbolism», Saint-Petersburg
1995 - «Art Reality», EH Manezh, Saint-Petersburg
1997 - «Young Artists from Saint-Petersburg», Huhko, Finland
1999 - «Black and White», Raisio, Finland
2000 - «Avantgard 2000», «On Obvodnyi Channel» gallery, Saint-Petersburg
2000 - «III International Festival of Performance and Experimental Art», EH Manezh, Saint-Petersburg
2001 - «Abstraction in Russia. XX century», State Russian Museum, Saint-Petersburg
2002 - «Photo-Graphic», State Gallery, Novosibirsk
2003 - «III Biennale of Contemporary Graphic in Novosibirsk», Sate Gallery, Novosibirsk
2004 - «II Biennale of Graphic in Saint-Petersburg», EH Manezh, Saint-Petersburg
2005 - «PARATISIPUU», Raisio, Finland
2006 - «Collage in Russia. XX century», State Russian Museum, Saitn-Petersburg
2006 - «III Biennale of Graphic in Saint-Petersburg», Saint-Petersburg
2006 - «International Festival of Graphic», Saint-Petersburg
2007 - «Invitatinal Exhibition of Contemporary International Watermedia Masters», Nankin, China
2007 - «Modern Graphic in Saint-Petersburg», State Art Gallery, Uzhno-Sahalinsk
2009 - «Artists from Saint-Petersburg», Beijing, China
2010 -  «Second Invitatinal Exhibition of Contemporary International Watermedia Masters», Nankin, China

Museum collections

State Russian Museum, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Katten Rabinet, Amsterdam, Holland
Eero Rantenena Foundation, Helsinki, Finland
Harko Museum, Raisio, Finland
State Novosibirsk Gallery, Novosibirsk, Russia
State Art Gallery, Uzhno-Sahalinsk, Russia

Private collections

England, Austria, Germany, Israel, Finland, France, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Poland, USA, Spain, Holland, Russia, China