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Cortesía de la Artarctic Biennale

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Nacimiento: 1957 en Rusia
Residencia: Reside en Moscow, Moscow City, Rusia
Organizaciones con obra: Centre Pompidou, Musée du Louvre, Tretyakov State Gallery
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Publicada el 28 mar de 2017      Vista 170 veces

Descripción del Artista

El artista, marinero y filósofo ruso Alexander Ponomarev ha sido el gestador e impulsor de la 1ª Bienal Antártica, una expedición artística que comenzó el 17 de marzo de 2017 en Ushuaia (Argentina), la ciudad más austral de nuestro planeta, reuniendo 19 artistas, 6 de ellos iberoamericanos, que desarrollaron proyectos abordo del buque de investigación Akademik Sergey Vavilov, hasta finales del mes de marzo de 2017. BIO (English) Multidisciplinary artist; nautical engineer and experienced submariner; Officer of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres of France; Member of the Russian Academy of Art, and Global Thinker (so named by Foreign Policy magazine). Alexander was born in Dnepropetrovsk (USSR, Ukraine) in 1957. In 1979, he graduated from the Odessa Higher Engineering Marine School. Worked as a naval officer on submarines and ships. After that he devoted himself to art. Over 30 years, he has organized more than 100 artistic projects, exhibitions, and events. His projects have taken place in some of the world’s most remote oceans, the Arctic, the Antarctica and the Sahara desert. In 2014, with support of the AVC Charity Foundation, Alexander Ponomarev established the first supranational pavilion — The Antarctic Pavilion — in Venice. Ponomarev’s artworks are in the permanent collections of the Louvre Museum (France), the New National Museum of Monaco, the National Museum of Contemporary Art Georges Pompidou (France), Zimmerli Museum (USA), the National Museum of Singapore, the Louise T Blouin Foundation (Great Britain), the Museum of Contemporary Art of the Grand Duke (Luxembourg), the State Tretyakov Gallery (Russia), the State Russian Museum (Russia), etc.

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