Solo shows:
 
2017 
  • Moscow Mine. The Museum of Moscow. Moscow, Russia. 
  • Residual sight. VLADEY Space. Moscow, Russia
2014                       
  • My yard. Regina Gallery. Moscow, Russia
2011                                     
  • Three in One. IV Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. Special project. Red October. Moscow, Russia
2010                     
  • Ochevidnost (Evidence). Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Moscow, Russia
  • Les Miserables. REGINA gallery. London, United Kingdom.
2009                    
  • Razgulyai. Ikon gallery. Birmingham, United Kingdom. 
2008                    
  • Comeback. REGINA gallery. Moscow, Russia
2006                    
  • Restored Values 2. Paintings. REGINA gallery. Moscow, Russia
2005                    
  • Rome to Rome. Photo. Collectors’ Club gallery. Art-strelka. Moscow, Russia
2004                    
  • The early painting and graphics within the framework of Archiving Contemporaneity gallery project. Krokin Gallery. Moscow, Russia
2003                   
  • Lviv Eyed by the Muscovite. Photography. Moscow–Kiev–Lviv
2001                    
  • Restored Values. Painting. REGINA gallery. Moscow, Russia
  • All in Due Time, All in Due Place… Photography based installation. Andrey Sakharov Museum and Public Center. Moscow, Russia
  • My Windows. Moscow House of Photography. Moscow, Russia
  • A Joint under the Pines.Two shows. Video installation. TV gallery. Moscow, Russia
2000                                    
  • Kazhdy Okhotnik Zhelayet Znat Gde Sidit Fazan (Russian version of Richard Of York Gave Battle In Vain). Photo installation. XL gallery. Moscow, Russia
  • The Living and the Dead (Memories of the Summer).Video-photo-installation. Marat Guelman gallery.Moscow, Russia
1999                     
  • Our Fluff. Photography. Zverev Contemporary Art Center. Moscow, Russia
1997                     
  • Cold Running Down Your Spine. Painting, installation. L gallery. Moscow, Russia
1995                     
  • The Farewell Anniversary (in cooperation with B. Orlov). REGINA gallery. Moscow, Russia
1994                     
  • The Chronicle of Current Developments. Painting installation. Yakut gallery. Moscow, Russia
1993                     
  • Ochevidnost (Evidence). REGINA gallery. Moscow, Russia
1992                     
  • The Last Parade. Painting installation. REGINA gallery. Moscow, Russia
1991                      
  • Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, Germany
1990                     
  • Phyllis Kind Gallery. New York, USA
  • First Gallery. Moscow, Russia
1989                     
  • Phyllis Kind Gallery. Chicago, USA
1988                     
  • Phyllis Kind Gallery. New York, USA

 

Group Shows (selection):
 
2016
  • Borsch and champagne. Selected works from the collection of Vladimir Ovcharenko. Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Moscow, Russia
2015
  • Through the Looking Glass: Hyperrealism in the Soviet Union. Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University. New Brunswick, USA
2014                       
  • My yard. ReginaMoscow. Moscow, Russia
2011                                     
  • Three in One. IV Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. Special project. Red October. Moscow, Russia
2010
  • Negotiation - Today's Documents 2010. Today Art Museum. Beijing, China
2008                    
  • Next of Russia. Seoul, Korea
2007                                    
  • I Believe! Oleg Kulik curator’s project within the framework of the Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. Moscow, Russia
  • Lady with Dogs installation. In cooperation with Sergey Shekhovtsov. Moscow, Russia
  • Movement. Evolution. Art. Ekaterina Culture Foundation. Moscow, Russia
  • Art Digital 06. Marginal State. Within the framework of the Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art.
  • Razgulyai at Night project. M’ARS Centre for Contemporary Arts.  Moscow, Russia
2006                    
  • Photo Biennale. International Photography Month in Moscow, Russia
  • ArtMoscow
  • Artists vs. the State/Returning to Perestroika.Ron Feldman Gallery. New York, USA
2005                    
  • Subjective Time. M’ARS Centre for Contemporary Arts. Moscow, Russia
  • Remembrance. Russian Post-Modern Nostalgia.Grossman gallery, Lafayette College. Easton, USA
  • Start of the Century Artists.Video Art. WAM gallery. Moscow, Russia
  • The Russian vision of Europe. Europalia. Brussels, Belgium
2004                    
  • Moscow Berlin/Berlin Moskau. 1950–2000. Art. Contemporary View. State Historical Museum. Moscow, Russia
  • Nostalgic Conceptualization: Russian Version. Schimmel Center for the Arts, Pace University. New York, USA
  • PhotoBiennale 2004
2003                    
  • Semyon Fajbisowitsch, Allen Jones, Timur Novikov, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol. Bleibtreu-Galerie. Berlin, Germany
  • BerlinMoskau 1950–2000.Martin-Gropius-Bau. September2003/January 2004. Berlin, Germany
  • The New Countdown. Digital Russia with Sony. Moscow House of Artists. Moscow, Russia
  • Remembrance. Russian Post-Modern Nostalgia. Art Museum of the Yeshiva University.
  • New York, USA; Priebe Art Gallery University of Wisconsin. Wisconsin, USA; Art Gallery of the Appleton University. Appleton, USA (2003–2004)
2002                    
  • Actual Russian Painting. New Manezh. Moscow, Russia
  • Pro Vision. 2nd International Photography Festival. Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
  • Photo Biennale 2002. Fourth International Photography Month in Moscow, Russia
  • Irrigation. Contemporary Art Festival in Bukhta Radosti (the Joy Bay). Moscow, Russia
2001                     
  • ArtMoscow
  • Russian Artists to Andy Warhol (within the framework of the Warhol Week in Moscow). Marat Guelman gallery exhibition.Moscow, Russia
2000                    
  • 20th Century Art. The new permanent display of the State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow, Russia
  • Series. NCCA, Manezh. Moscow, Russia
1999                     
  • Museum of Contemporary Art. Russian Art of Late 1950s – early 1980s. A. Yerofeyev project. Central Houseof Artists. Moscow, Russia
  • Act 99. Austria – Moscow. Wels Museum – Manezh. Moscow, Russia
  • Post-War Russian Avant-Garde. Yuri Traisman collection. State Russian Museum.
  • St.Petersburg, Russia – StateTretyakov Gallery. Moscow, Russia – Miami University Museum. Miami, USA
1997                                     
  • History Personalized. An exhibition tour over the cities of Russian provinces. Open Society institute.Tsaritsyno State Museum-Reserve. Moscow, Russia
  • The Universal Congratulation Project. The Segodnya gallery display within the framework of the Autumn ART Manege fair. Moscow, Russia
1995                     
  • Nonconformist Art from the Soviet Union. Zimmerli Art Museum.Rutgers University. New Jersey, USA
1994                     
  • Art Fair Cologn. Galerie Inge Baecker (Cologne). Sprovieri Gallery (Rome). Cologne, Germany
  • Before Neo and after Post – The New Russian Version. Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx. New York, USA
1993–1994         
  • Old Symbols, New Icons in Russian Contemporary Art. Stewart Levi Gallery. Nez York, USA
1993
  • Monuments: Transformation for the Future. ICI. Central House of the Artists. Moscow, Russia
  • Art Hamburg (the Art of East European Countries). Galerie Inge Baecker (Cologne). Hamburg, Germany
  • M’AIDEZ/MAYDAY. Phyllis Kind Gallery. New York, USA
1992                                     
  • Firsthand Art, or the Apology of Shyness. REGINA gallery. Moscow, Russia
  • A Mosca... A Mosca. Campoletto Villa. Ercolano; Galleria Comunale. Bologna, Italy
  • My Father’s House Has Many Mansions. Phyllis Kind Gallery. New York, USA
  • Glasnost Under Glass. Ohio State University. Columbus, USA
1990                     
  • International Art Fair. Chicago, USA
  • Adaptation and Negation of Socialist Realism. The Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, USA
  • FIAC. Paris, France
  • Art Fair Cologne. Cologne, FRG
  • Painting in Moscow and Leningrad. 1965–1990. Columbus Museum of Art. Columbus, USA
  • Bulatov, Faibisovich, Gorokhovski, Kopystianskiye, Vassilyev.Phyllis Kind Gallery. Chicago, USA
1989                     
  • Photography in Painting. First gallery. Moscow, Russia
  • Behind the Ironic Curtain. Phyllis Kind Gallery. New York, USA
  • Interart. Poznan, Poland
  • Moscow-3. Eva Pol Gallery. West Berlin, FRG
  • International Art Fair. Chicago, USA
  • Von der Revolution zur Perestroika. Sowietische Kunst aus der Sammlung Ludwig.
  • Musee d’Art Modern. Saint Etienne, Switzerland
  • Wirklichkeit als Konzept II. Die jungere Generation. Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, FRG
1988                     
  • Ich lebe – Ich sehe. Kunstmuseum. Bern, Switzerland
  • International Art Fair. Chicago, USA
  • Art Fair Cologne. FRG
  • Art Messe. Basel, Switzerland
  • Glastnost. Kunsthalle in Emden. Emden, FRG
  • Beyond the Ironical Curtain. Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, FRG
  • The Maze. The Youth Palace. Moscow, Russia
1987                     
  • Direct from Moscow. Phyllis Kind Gallery. New York, USA
  • International Art Fair. Chicago, USA
  • Retrospective: 1957–1987. T. O. Hermitage. Moscow, Russia
  • Post-Socialistic Realism: New Soviet Reality. Firebird Gallery. Alexandria, USA
1985                 
  • 16th Youth Exhibition. Moscow, Russia
1976–1988         
  • Exhibitions of the municipal committee of graphics in the Malaya Gruzinskaya street. Moscow, Russia
 
Public collections:
 
Time Magazine, New York, USA
Ludwig Collection, Aachen, Germany
Modern Art Museum of the East European Countries (Ludwig Collection), Budapest, Hungary
The Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA
Kunsthalle in Emden, Emden, Germany
Modern Art Museum, Lodz, Poland
ART4.ru Museum of Actual Art, Moscow, Russia
Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia
State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
State Literature Museum, Moscow, Russia
Moscow House of Photography, Moscow, Russia
The Museum of Moscow, Moscow, Russia