With the support of:

Kirill Chelushkin

Kirill Chelushkin

1968, Khotkovo, Moscow region

In 1994 graduated from the Moscow Architecture Institute. In 2010 created his own publishing house “Chelushkin Handkraft Books”, together with Gleb Kuznetsov. Works are in the collections of the State Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow), the Shchusev State Museum of Architecture (Moscow), the Ivanovo Regional Art Museum (Ivanovo), the Kaliningrad Regional Art Gallery (Kaliningrad), the Tver Regional Picture Gallery (Tver), the Museum of Contemporary Art ART4 (Moscow), the Ekaterina Cultural Foundation (Moscow), the International Foundation of Russian and Eastern European Art – INTART (New York), the Museum of Art (Bolzano, Italy), the Museum Ludwig (Cologne, Germany), the Art Museum Icibashi (Tokyo, Japan), in private collections in the USA, Hungary and France.

Currently lives and works in Paris.

Personal site: http://chelushkinart.com/

Photos of the works are provided by the galleries pop/off/art, Marina Gisich Gallery and Gridchinhall.

Selected Exhibitions

2004 — U!Porno. Sam Bruck Gallery. Moscow, Russia

2005 — Presentiment. Within the program of the PRO ARTE Institute Contemporary Art in the Traditional Museum. Museum-monument Narva Triumphal Gates. Saint Petersburg, Russia

2006 — Last Monsters. Gallery Rabouan Moussion. Paris, France

2006 — Phantom-limb pains. Krokin Gallery. Moscow, Russia

2007 — All That I Had Time to Find Out about Light and Shadow. Parallel program of the 2nd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. pop / off / art gallery, Znamenka Business Center. Moscow, Russia

2008 — Adaptation. pop / off / art gallery. Moscow, Russia

2010 — Zuruck. Art & Space. Munich. Germany

2010 — 242. Marina Gisich Gallery. Saint Petersburg, Russia

2012 — One good thing. Marina Gisich Gallery. Saint Petersburg, Russia

2013 — Iron. Galerie Rabouan-Moussion. Paris, France

2014 — All that left in the ground. pop / off / art gallery. Moscow, Russia

2015 — Invasion. NK Gallery. Antwerp, Belgium

2015 — Fuckig shame. pop / off / art gallery. Moscow, Russia

2016 — Foreign lands. Gallery Rabouean Mussion. Paris, France