Ivan Chuikov was born in 1935 in the family of the classic of socialist realism Semyon Chuikov and the artist Evgenia Maleina. From 1948 to 1954, he studied at the Moscow Secondary School of the Surikov Art Institute, and from 1954 to 1960 ­– at the Surikov Art Institute. During the late 60s – early 70s, he was a member of the Sretensky Boulevard Group. The window ­– a symbolic motif for Chuikov's work – was first used in 1967 ('Window,' collection of Bar-Gera) and later developed into his most extensive series, that includes over  80 works. In 1976, the first unofficial exhibition of the artist took place – in the workshop of Leonid Sokov. In 1977, the artist represented the USSR at the Venice Biennale, and in 1979 he took part in an exhibition at the Pompidou Center. In the 80s, he collected material for A-YA magazine dedicated to unofficial Russian art. Around the 1980s, Chuikov began to use the fragmentation method, which he applied to images of art history, everyday objects (Fragments of the Interior, 1995), and, later, sign systems ('Fragments of Newspapers', 1996; 'Used Signs,' 2015). In the late 80s, Ivan Chuikov did his first personal projects abroad. Since 1990, the artist lived between two cities, Cologne and Moscow, returning to his homeland to work on exhibitions – Theory of Reflection in 1992, And a Beautiful View from the Window in 2000 (all at OVCHARENKO), Labyrinths in 2010 (Moscow Museum of Modern Art). From 2006, Ivan Chuikov lived in Dusseldorf, where he died in November 2020.


Solo exhibitions:

And a Beautiful View from the Window. OVCHARENKO. Moscow, Russia.


Signs, Used. Regina Gallery. Moscow, Russia.


Fragments. Regina Gallery. London, UK.


Labyrinths. Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Moscow, Russia.
Distant — Near. Regina Gallery. Moscow, Russia.


Void. Regina Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
Theory of Reflection. Stella Art Foundation. Moscow, Russia.


Restored Values. Part III. Regina Gallery. Moscow, Russia.


Postcards. New Works. Regina Gallery. Moscow, Russia.


One Painting Show. St. Gereon Kirche. Cologne, Germany.

Ivan Chuikov. Kunstmuseum Alte Post. Muhlheim a.d. Ruhr, Germany.
Arbeiten der letzten 15 Jahre. Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, Germany.


Labyrinth. National Centre of Contemporary Art. Moscow, Russia.


Fenster und Interiers (with McKenna & Kanovitz). Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, Germany.
Apparatus for Watching Emptiness & Infinity. Regina Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
Zwischen Fenster und Bild. Galerie Sandmann. Berlin, Germany.


...and a Fantastic View from the Window. Regina Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
Galerie Zellermayer. Berlin, Germany.
Fragment. Kultur-Fabrik. Centre culturel. Esch-sur-Alzet, Luxembourg.



Ivan Chuikov. Kulturabteilung AG Bayer. Leverkusen, Germany.


Ivan Chuikov. The State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
Windows. Institute of Contemporary Art. Moscow, Russia.
Windows. Centre of Contemporary Art. N. Novgorod, Russia.


Galerie Zellermayer. Берлин, Германия.
Galerie Karenina. Vienna, Austria.


One Painting Show. Antoniter Kirche. Cologne, Germany.
Fragmente der Leere. Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, Germany.


Fragments of an Interior. Regina Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
Theory of Reflection IV. XL-Gallery. Moscow, Russia.


Deweer Art Gallery (with I. Kabakov & V. Zacharov). Otegem, Belgium.
Stammbaum der Analyse. Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, Germany.
Theory of Reflection II (with U. Leiderman). Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, Germany.


Ivan Chuikov. Galeria Paolo Sprovieri. Rome, Italy.


Theory of Reflection I. Regina Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
Fragments. L-Gallery. Moscow, Russia.


Galerie Inge Baecker (with M.Knizak). Cologne, Germany.
Galerie Eva Poll (with A.Kosolapov & I.Belkin). Berlin, Germany.



Ivan Chuikov. Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, Germany.
Ivan Chuikov. Galerie Ynguanzo. Madrid, Spain.


Ivan Chuikov. Kunstverein. Munster, Germany.
Artist in Residence at WPA. Washington, USA.
Ivan Chuikov. Kunstverein. Bielefeld, Germany.


New Acquisitions (with I. Kabakov). Museum fur Gegenwartskunst. Basel, Switzerland.
7 Fragments. Moscow Association Hermitage. Moscow, Russia.


Three Soviet Photographers. Centre Pompidou. Paris, France.


Group exhibitions:


Temple Masterpieces, or Enjoy Your Bath! VLADEY. Moscow, Russia.

ZDRAVSTVUYTE! OVCHARENKO in cooperation with VLADEY. Moscow, Russia.



Unnamable. Selected works from the collection of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Arsenal Center of Contemporary Art. Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.

Summer Exhibition. Radio House. Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Spring Auction 2021. Presale Exhibition. Vladey. Ekaterina Cultural Foundation. Moscow, Russia.
A Shadow of the Soul but Slightly Sharper. Multimedia Art Museum. Moscow, Russia.
Andrey Grossitsky. Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Moscow, Russia.


General Rehearsal. Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Moscow, Russia.
Autumn Auction 2018. Presale exhibition. Vladey. Winzavod Contemporary Art Centre. Moscow, Russia.
Monumental. Presale exhibition. Vladey. Ekaterina Cultural Foundation. Moscow, Russia.


A Recasted Landscape. The State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
To the Lighthouse. Form and Light of Politics. Museum of Contemporary Art PERMM. Perm, Russia.



Kollektsia ! Contemporary Art in the USSR and Russia. 1950-2000. Centre Georges Pompidou. Paris, France.

Thinking Pictures: Moscow Conceptual Art in the Dodge Collection. Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University. New Jersey, USA.
Metageography. Space — Image — Action. Special project of the VI Moscow Biennale. The State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
Collector’s Appartement. Klenoviy DOM. Moscow, Russia.
Tutti Frutti. Regina Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
Borsch and Champagne. Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Moscow, Russia.


Reconstruction. Part II. Ekaterina Cultural Foundation. Moscow, Russia.


Reconstruction. Part I. Ekaterina Cultural Foundation. Moscow, Russia.
The Team I Can't Live Without. Regina Gallery. Moscow, Russia.


Hostages of the Void. The State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
Russian Turbulence. Charles Riva Collection. Brussels, Belgium.
Kandinsky Prize Nominees Exhibition. Central House of Artists. Moscow, Russia.


Predelno/Konkretno. PERMM Museum of Contemporary Art. Perm, Russia.
Distant — Near. Regina Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
Labyrinths. Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Moscow, Russia.


Against Exclusion. III Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. Center for Contemporary Culture Garage. Moscow, Russia.


That Obscure Object of Art. Kunsthistorisches Museum. Vienna, Austria; Ca’Rezzonico. Venice, Italy.


Adventure of the Black Square. State Russian Museum. Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

Works on the Edge — a New Selection of the Ludwig Collection. Ludwig Museum. Budapest, Hungary.
Depositary of Dreams. White Space Gallery. London, UK.


Russian Pop-Art. The State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
Russia. Guggenheim Museum. New York, USA.
Essence of Life – Essence of Art. The State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow, Russia.


Einladung zur Hinrichtung. Galerie Schüppenhauer. Cologne, Germany.


Berlin – Moscow. Martin-Gropius Bau. Berlin, Germany.
Moscow – Berlin. Museum of History. Moscow, Russia.


Fathers and Sons. VP Studio. Moscow, Russia.
Accrochage. Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, Germany.
Direction – East. On the Way to the Himalayas. Kino Gallery. Moscow, Russia.


Festival du Garonne. Toulouse, France.
Russische Zweite Avantgarde. Galerie Karenina. Vienna, Austria.


Kunst in Untergrund. Nonkonformist Künstler aus Sowjet Union. Albertina. Vienna, Austria.


Forbidden Art. The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde. Pasadena Art Centre College of Design. Pasadena, USA.
Russlands Zweite Avantgarde. Museum Moderner Kunst. Passau, Germany.


Photo-relay: from Rodchenko till Nowadays. Museum of Photo Collections. Moscow, Russia.
Nonconformist Art from the Soviet Union. Exhibition Hall Mucharnik. Budapest, Hungary.
Biography in Letters. Russian Cultural Centre. Budapest, Hungary.
Jahresgaben 1997. Kölnischer Kunstverein. Cologne, Germany.


Die Welt ist wie ein zerbrochener Spiegel. Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, Germany.
Nonkonformisten. Zweite Russische Avantgarde. 1955-1988. Sammlung Bar-Gera. State Russian Museum. St. Petersburg, Russia; The State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow, Russia; Städelsches Kunstinstitut. Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany.
Architecture of a Landscape. Limerick City Gallery of Art. Limerick, Ireland.

Kunst im Verborgenen. Wilhelm – Hack Museum. Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany.
Beyond the Horizon. Belyaevo Exhibition Space. Moscow, Russia.
Kraftmessen. Parallel program. Munich, Germany.
At Home. Belyaevo exhibition space. Moscow, Russia.
Multiplication. Kashirka Exhibition Space. Moscow, Russia.


Dear John. Galerie Sophia Ungers. Cologne, Germany.
A Painting Show. Deweer Art Gallery. Otegen, Belgium.
Group Show. Moscow Fine Art Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
Festival of Contemporary Art. Sochi, Russia.


Caisse de dépôt. Paris, France.
Adresse provisoire. Musée de la Poste. Paris, France.
National Tradition and Postmodernism. The State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow, Russia.
Art Hamburg. Galerie Inge Baecker. Hamburg, Germany.


Herbarium. Kunsthalle Exnergasse zusammen mit Galerie Wien. Vienna, Austria.
A Mosca... a Mosca. Villa Completo. Ercolano, Italy.
International Pop-Art II. Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, Germany.
Gedankenstrich. Heinrich Heine Institut. Dusseldorf, Germany.
Europe – America. Kolodzei Art Foundation. Seattle, USA.


Staatsporträt / Künstler der Galerie. Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, Germany.
Peace Exhibition. Galerie Schulze. Cologne, Germany.
Gulliver Travels. Galerie Sophia Ungers. Cologne, Germany.
Artistas Rusos Contemporaneos. Auditorio De Galicia. Santiago di Compostela, Spain.
Sowjetische Kunst heute aus der Sammlung Ludwig. Stadtgalerie Villa Dessanev. Bamberg, Germany
Ostkunst – Westkust. Ludwig Forum. Aachen, Germany
Modern Art from Russia – Contemporary Masters.1991 Hongkong Art Festival. Hongkong, China.
MANI Museum. Clementine Kloster. Frankfurt, Germany
Back to Square One. Gallery Berman E.N. New York, USA
From Thaw to Perestroika –Contemporary Soviet Art. Setagaya Art Museum. Tokio, Japan.
Ausstellung Emanuel Hoffmann Stiftung 1980 – 1990. Museum fur Gegenwartskunst. Basel, Switzerland.
Maestri Sovietici Contemporanei. Casa Giorgio Cini. Ferrara, Italy
Arbeit mit Fotografie. Osteuropäisches Kulturzentrum. Cologne, Germany
In the Rooms. Dom Kultury. Bratislava, Slovakia



Green Show. Exit Art. New York, USA.
Toward the Object. Kashirka Exhibition Space. Moscow, USSR.
L’oro di Milano. Milano Galleria. Porto Cervo, Italy.
In de USSR en Erbuiten. Stedelijk Museum. Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Adaptation and Negation of Socialist Realism. Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art. Ridgefield, USA.
Alternative Art. The State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow, USSR.
Soviet Contemporary Art. Alpha Cubik Gallery. Tokyo, Japan,
Soviet Konst i dag ur Ludwigs Samlingar. Konsthall. Lund, Sweden.


Wirklichkeit als Konzept. Galerie Inge Baecker. Cologne, Germany.
Behind the Ironic Curtain. Phyllis Kind Gallery. New York, USA.
Von der Revolution zur Perestroika: Sowjetische Kunst aus der Sammlung Ludwig. Kunstmuseum Lucerne. Lucerne, Switzerland.
Art Contemporaine Sovietique. Hôtel de Ville. Strasbourg, France.


Ich lebe – Ich sehe. Kunstmuseum. Bern, Switzerland.
Exhibition of Contemporary Soviet Art. Botanic. Brussels, Belgium.
Group Show of Russian Artists. Galerie de France. Paris, France.
Olympiade des Arts. Seoul, South Korea.



Object. Gorcom Grafikov. Moscow, USSR.
Zhilischce. Association Ermitazh. Moscow, USSR.
Retrospective I, 1960–75, Retrospective II, 1975–87. Association Ermitazh. Moscow, USSR.
FIAC. Galerie de France. Paris, France.


18 artists. Gorcom Grafikov. Moscow, USSR.


Malerei und Fotografie. Staatsmuseum Tartu. Tartu, Estonia.
Tradition and Contemporary Art. Dusseldorf, Hamburg.


Drawings and Graphic. Gorcom Grafikov. Moscow, USSR.
City without Walls – Come yesterday and You’ll be the First. Newark, USA.


Nouvelles tendances de l’art Russe non officiel 1970-1980. Le Centre Culturel de la Villedieu. Paris, France.
25 years of Soviet Unofficial Art. New Jersey, USA.
Possibilities of Photography. Design Centre. Moscow, USSR.



Colour. Form. Space. Gorcom Grafikov. Moscow, USSR.
Other Child Book. Remont Gallery. Warsaw, Poland.



Group Exhibition. House of Scientists.Moscow, USSR.
Unofficial Soviet Art. Lodi, Bellinzona, Torino, Italy.



Venice Biennale. Venice, Italy
Conceptual Art, Visual Poetry, Happening etc. Laboratorio Gallery. Milan, Italy



Unofficial Exhibition. L.Sokovs Studio. Moscow, USSR.


Public collections:

  • Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst. Aachen, Germany
  • Abramtsevo Museum (Departament of Contemporary Soviet Art ). Abramtsevo, Russia
  • Museum of Contemporary Art. Basel, Switzerland
  • Kupferstichkabinett, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. Berlin, Germany
  • Ludwig Collection. Budapest, Hungary
  • DuMont Collection. Cologne, Germany
  • Khabarovsk Art Museum. Khabarovsk, Russia
  • Kunsthalle. Hamburg, Germany
  • Kunsthalle zu Kiel. Kiel, Germany
  • Art Museum. Krasnodar, Russia
  • Museum of Contemporary Art. Louny, Czechia
  • MANI Museum. Moscow, Russia
  • Tsaritsyno Museum of Contemporary Art. Moscow, Russia
  • Tretyakov Art Gallery. Moscow, Russia
  • Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts. Moscow, Russia
  • Museum of Photography. Moscow, Russia
  • Museum of Contemporary Art. Moscow, Russia
  • Zimmerli Art Museum. New Brunswick, USA
  • Centre Pompidou (Department of Photo, Cinema, Video). Paris, France
  • Museum of Contemporary Art. Seoul, South Korea
  • State Russian Museum. St. Petersburg. Russia
  • Museum Wurth. Kunzelsau, Germany
  • Graphische Sammlung Albertina. Vienna, Austria
  • National Centre of Contemporary Art. Moscow, Russia
  • Kunstmuseum Alte Post. Mühlheim a.d. Ruhr, Germany
  • Museum Bar Gera für verfolgte Kunst und Künstler. Ashdod. Israel
  • Art4.ru. Moscow. Russia



1.            The House of Chujkovs. Link, (Indian magazin). March 1968

2.             Tvorchestvo. 1968
3.             Ilaria Bignamini: „ From the USSR“. Flash Art, 1977. 76-77
4.             Enrico Crispolti & Gabriela Monkada :Nuova Arte Sovietica“,Catalogue, Venice Biennale
5.             G. Monkada: „ The Ordinary and the Utopia of New Soviet Art“.New Soviet Art. Turin 1978
6.             G. Monkada: „ Aspects and dokumentation of Nonconformist Art from the Soviet Union“. City Museum. Lody. 1978
7.             Angelo Dragone: „L’altra faceia dell’arte Sovietica“. La Stampa.18.11.1977
8.             Ilaria Bignamini: „Arte Cinetica, Poesia Visiva, Arte Concettuale, Happening & Fotografia“. Catalogue ,Galeria                 Laboratoria. Milan, 1977
9.           Yindrich Chalupecky: „Moscow 1977“. Flash Art. 1978, 80-81
10.         B. Groys: „Ivan Chuikov“. A-YA. #1
11.         Yindrich Chalupecky: „Moscow 1978“. Flash Art.1978. 84-85
12.         Komar & Melamid: „The Barren Flowers of Evil“. Art Forum. March 1980
13.         I. Chuikov, own text. A-YA. # 1
14.         BGroys: „Moderne Sowietische Kunst“. DU, # 6/1981
15.         John E. Bowlt: „ Das Ziel sind Bilder mit malerischen Werten“. DU. # 6/2981
16.         V. Patsukov: „ Ivan Chuikov“ . A-YA, # 4,1982
17.         MANI 1 ( Moscow Archives of New Art )
18.         MANI 3
19.         MANI 4
20.         Thomas Strauss: Die Schwierigkeiten der kulturellen Kommunikation zwischen Ost und West“. Das Kunstwerk. April 1985
21.         M. Levkova-Lamm: „ Ivan Chuikov“. Novoye russkoe slovo. 5/5-1984
22.         B. Groys: „Ivan Chuikov“. A-YA, # 7
23.         „Trois Artistes Moscovites“. Le Monde.0 2.11.1979
24.         „Gegenwartskunst der Sowjetunion – Ilja Kabakov und Iwan Tschouikov“ Museum für Gegenwartskunst. Basel, 1987
25.         Sigmar Gassert: „ Entlarvungen West, Entlarvungen Ost“. Baseler Zeitung. 28.02.1987
26.         Y.P.: „Staatssprache trifft Kunstzeichen“. Südkurier. 21.02 1987
27.         N.N.: „Gegenwartskunst der Sowjetunion – Ilja Kabakov und Ivan Tschouikov“. Ideales Heim. April 1987
28.         Roman Hallenstein: „ Zwei russische Gegenwartskünstler“. Neue Zürcher Zeitung. 25.02.1987
29.         Claudia Jolles: „ Moskau 1987. Konturen und Akzente in einer noch schlecht bekannten Kulturlandschaft“. Kunst-Bulletin des schweizerisches Kunstvereins. 12/87
30.         Amey Wallach: „The Art of Glasnost (The unofficial view). New York Newsday. 30.09.1987
31.         Raoul-Jean Moulin: „Un Panorame coherent“. L’Humanite.13.10.1987
32.         FIAC. Paris.Association Kniga, Catalogue.1987
33.         ARCO. Madrid, Catalogue. 1987
34.         F.S.: „All’est molto di Nuova“. Art & Dossier. 25/88
35.         Erich Peschler: „Künstler in Moskau. Die Neue Avantgarde“
36.         „Ich lebe – Ich sehe“. Catalogue. Bern, 1988
37.         Margarita Tupitsyn: „Back in the USSR“. Flash Art, 141/88
38.         Claudia Jolles: „Künstler tauchen auf dem Untergrund auf“. Berner Zeitung. 09.06.88
39.         Arielle Pelenc: „Conclusion in the Shape of Pear“. CinquiemesAteliers Internationaux des Pays de la Loire. FRAC 1988. Catalogue
40.         Ivan Chuikov: ibid
41.         Olimpiade of Arts. Seoul. South- Corea,1988. Catalogue
42.         Jewgeny Barabanow: „Ivan Chuikov“. Westfälischer Kunstverein, Münster,1988. Catalogue
43.         Alexander Rappaport: „Gravitation des künstlerischen Willens“. Ibid
44.         Margarita Tupitsyn: „Raster-Varianten“. Ibid
45.         Roger-Pierre Turine: „L’Art Sovietique de Lenine a Gorbatchev“.Catalogue et realites. Vie Ouvriere, Association sans but lucratif.
46.         Boris Groys: „Exportkunst im Nomadenlager“. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. 25.11.89
47.         Andreas Weitkamp: „Ein Maler stellt die Wahrnehmung in Frage. ( Ivan Chuikov im Westfälischen Kunstverein)“. Münsterische Zeizung.23.02.89
48.         N.N.: „Erfolg für den Maler vom Roten Stern“. Münsterische Zeitung . 13.02.89
49.         Markus Brakel: „Visuelle Signale von Münster nach Moskau“.Münsterische Anzeiger,0 4.03.89 
50.         Sabine Maria Schmidt: „Momentaufnahmen“. Stadtblatt Münster.March 89
51.         Hannelore Sauerbier: „Unruhestifter und Störenfriede – Zur Doppelaufstellung Sowjetischer Künstler“. Ultimo, # 5/89
52.         Jamey Gambrell: „Perestroika Schok“. Art in Amerika. February 89
53.         Amey Wallach: „Import/Export; Marketing Perestroika“. Art in America April 89
54.         Anka Pataszkowska: „L’art comme un jeu de hasard“. Interview with I. Chuikov. Art Press, April 1989
55.         Iskusstvo #3. 1988
56.         Tvorchestvo # 7. 1988
57.         „The Art that came from the cold: Ivan Chuikov“. Interview, Vol.XVIII, 12/89
58.         Jamey Gambrell: „Notes on the Underground“. Art in America.November/89
59.         Edward Ball: „Behind the Ironic Curtain“. 7 Days, March 29, 1989
60.         Boris Groys: „Die Avantgarde nach dem Ende der Avantgarde. Von der Revolution zur Perestroika“. Sowjetische Kunst aus der Sammlung Ludwig. Catalogue.
61.         Thomas Strauss: „Wiederstandsästhetik. Die Nichtoffizielle russische Kunst. Eine Bilanz: 1958 – 1988“ Aus der Sammlung Jacob und Kenda Bar – Gera. Catalogue. Osteuropäisches Kulturzentrum Köln. 1989
62.         Mathew Cullern-Bown: „Contemporary Russian Art“. Phaidon Press. UK 89
63.         Margarita Tupitsyn: „Veil on Photo: Metamorphoses of Supplementary in Soviet Art“. Arts. November 89
64.         Jose Alvarez: „Gorbatchev Pinxit“. City Magazine. Paris. September 89
65.         Daniel Rot: „Gorbi a Strassburg“. Dernieres Nouvelles d’Alsace.Strassburg, July 6, 89
66.         Habsburg Feldman: Fine Art Actioneers Catalogue. Zürich, New York 1990
67.              Thomas Strauss: „Der Dritte aus der Umbruchszene. Iwan Tschuikow stellt sich in Köln vor“. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. 06. 04. 90
68.              J.S. : „Spannend. Ausstellung die Inge Baecker“. Kölner Stadt Anzeiger. 31.04.90
69.              E. Barabanov: „Image and Text: Russian Art of the Post-Avantgarde“. Adaptation and Negation of Socialist Realism. Catalogue.Exhibition in Aldrich 1990
70.              M. Cullern-Bown. Art International. # 11/1990
71.              Javier Rubio Nomblat: „Ivan Chuikov in El Punto de las Artes“. 08.11.90, Madrid
72.              Javier Rubio : „Cuatro pintores extranijeros en Madrid“. ABC.Madrid. 25.10.90
73.              Margarita Tupitsyn: „Playing the Games of Difference“.Catalogue. ArtistasRusos Contemporaneos. Exhibition in Santiago diCompostela. 1991
74.              S. Villar, „Ihres Artistas Rusos Instalan sus Obras en el Auditorio, que exibe el Arte de Perestroika“. Diario de Galicia. 09. 05. 91
75.              Irena Bazileva: „What is Modern Soviet Art“. Catalogue: Soviet Contemporary Art Exhibition in Alpha Cubic Gallery, Tokio. 1990
76.              Innessa Levkova-Lamm: Catalogue. Exhibition „Back to Square One“, E.N. Bermann Gallery, New York 1991
77.              Thomas Strauss: „Spuren einer gespaltener Exsistenz“.Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. 17.05.91
78.              Werner Lange: „Wenn der Osten mit dem Westen“. Der Tagesspiegel. 18.04.91
79.              „Que vienen los Rusos“. La Voz de Galicia. 10.05.91
80.              Peter Funken: „Anatoly Belkin, Ivan Chuikov, Alexander Kosolapov“. Kunstforum # 14 July/August 1991
81.              A. Rappaport: „Mosaika chozhogo soznania“. Iskusstvo. #1.1990
82.              B. Groys: „Zeitgenossische Kunst aus Moskau. Von der Neo-Avantgarde zum Post-Stalinismus“. Klinkhardt & Biermann
83.              Renee Schipp: „Zeitgenossische Tendenzen der Sowjetischen Malerei“. Berliner Morgen Post. 16.4.91
84.              84. Maggie Beale: „Russian Contemporary Art. Italian Connection“. Artention International. # 16. January/February 1991
85.              Tatjana Salzirn: „Fragmente zur Herbarium“ Catalogue:Herbarium. Exhibition in Fotogalerie Wien and Exnergasse. Vienna
86.              Joachim Rönneper: „Bilder, die aus dem Rahmen fallen.’Fragments’ (1991) von Ivan Chuikov“. Neues Museum. #4, 1991
87.              E. Barabanov: „Ivan Chuikov“. Dekorativnoe Iskusstvo. # 1-6.1992
88.              Michel Nurisdany: „Les artistes vraiment reconnus“. Le Figaro.08.06. 93
89.              E. Barabanov: Catalogue. Solo exhibition at Sprovieri Gallery, Rome. 1993
90.              B. Groys: ibid.
91.              E. Romanova: „Fragments by Ivan Chuikov“. Catalogue. L-Gallery. Moscow.
92.              J. Gambrell: „Report from Moscow (Part II). The Best and the Worst of Times“. Art in America. 11/1992
93.              „Gedankenstrich. Gedichte-Bilder-Essays“. Herausgegeben von J. Rönneper. Anabas Verlag.
94.              „Ivan Chuikov“. Dictionnaire l’art Moderne Contemporaine. Hazan. Paris
95.              L. Bredihina. I. Chuikov. Beseda.“Iskusstvo ne prozrachno“. November, 93
96.              „In die Seh-Falle getappt. Theorie der Reflexion. Iwan Tschuikow bei Baecker“. Kölner Stadt Anzeiger. 15.03. 94
97.              Jürgen Schön: „Schule des Sehens“. Kölner Stadt Anzeiger.#125, 4/5. 06. 94
98.              B. Groys: „Utopija i obmen“. Znak. Moscow. 93
99.              Jo Coucke: „A Painting Show“. Catalogue. Exhibition at Deweer Art Gallery,Otegem, Belgium. 12. 94
100.          Lien Heyting: „Ivan Tsjoekov: Er verander hier niets“. NRC Handelsblad. 17.03.89
101.          Thomas Strauss: „Anschlag auf den Heiligenschein der Bilder“.Magenta. Ostkunst in Bonn.
102.          Nicita Alekseev: „ Ivan Chuikov“. Catalogue. Adresse Provisoire.Paris, May 93
103.          Jean-Hubert Martin: „Von Aussen nach Innen“.Catalogue. Kunst in Verborgen.
104.          E. Bobrinskaja: „Konzeptualism“. Galart. Moscow. 1994
105.          A. Kovalev: „Fragmenty kartiny mira v interiere galerei“. Segodnja. 29.06. 95
106.          Dm. Silin: „Swet obojew“. Nedelja. 09.07.95
107.          Albert Schug: „ Die Kunst unseres Jahrhunderts. Künstler. Stile. Tendenzen“. Nauman & Göbel. Köln.
108.          Elena Selina: „Reflection as Movement“. Catalogue. Theory of Reflection IV. 1995
109.          Milena Orlova: „Windows 96“. Ibid.
110.          Pascale le Thorel-Daviot: „Ivan Chuikov“. Petit Dictionnaire des Artistes contemporains. Bordas. 1996
111.          „Kräftemessen. Eine Ausstellung Ost-Östlicher Positionen innerhalb der Westlicher Welt“. Catalogue. Cantz Verlag. Stuttgart.
112.          N. Tamruchi: „Moscow Conceptualism 1970 – 1990“. Craftsman HouseG+bArtInternational
113.           „ Nonkonformisten. Zweite Russische Avantgarde 1955 – 88. Sammlung Bar-GeraCatalogue. Wienand Verlag.
114.          O. Holmogorova: „Dendi Postmodernisma“. Stas. # 4. 1996
115.          K. Bohorov: „Ivan Chuikov. Teoria otrazheniya 4“.Khudozhestvenny zhurnal. # 11, 96
116.           „Riesige Fragmente. Strenge Kunst: Iwan Chuikov in der Galerie Baecker“. Kölner Stadt Anzeiger. # 293. 17.12. 96
117.          „Ivan Chuikov“. TIP.Berliner Magazin. 17-30. 04. 97
118.          V. Tupitsyn: „Drugoe iskusstvo“. Ad Marginem. Moscow. 1997
119.          M. Tupitsyn: „Opticheskoe – Kriticheskoe“. Ad Marginem. Moscow, 1997
120.          „Kak ya stal khudozhnikom“. Interview by Yu. Albert. Pastor. # 11,1997
121.          Paul Jolles: „Memento aus Moskau. Begegnungen mit Inoffiziellen Künstlern 1978 – 1997“. Wienand
122.           „Russlands Zweite Avantgarde“ Catalogue. Verein zur Förderung Moderner Kunst, Schärding. Museum Moder ner Kunst, Passau
123.          L.Kashuk. „ I. Chuikov“. Documents.
124.          Nik. Malinin: „Ivan Chuikov: Narisovat’ mozhno chto ugodno“.Russkiy Telegraf, 25.09.98
125.          „Chuikov v okne 60-h“. Rasgulyai, Sent. 98
126.          E. Degot’: „Windows Ivana Chuikova“. Kommersant-daily. 17. Sent. 98
127.          M. Orlova: Chuikov nakonets-to otkryl okno v Rossiyu. Wlast’. 22 Sent. 98
128.          K. Il’yuschenko: „Image nichto , igra – wsyo“. Vremya. 17 Sent.98
129.          I.Mak, R.Pliev: „Um i chustvo“. Inostranets. 23 Sent. 98
130.          A. Kovalev: „Sekrety iskusstva v izbrannyh fragmentah“. W.M. 23. 09. 98
131.          ibid. Russkaya kollektsiya. # 9–10, 98
132.          E. Zaitseva: „Syn togo samogo“. Literaturnaya Gaseta. 23.IX, 98
133.          F. Jakovlev: „Vosvraschenie Nonkonformistov“. Expert. # 35, 21. IX. 98
134.          M.Sidlin: „Protesy sveta“. Nesavisimaya Gaseta. 26. IX. 98
135.          F. Romer: „ Ivan Chuikov“. Itogi. # 38, 29. IX. 98
136.          L. Kashuk: „Esche raz pro krasotu“. Russkaya kollektsiya. # 9-10, 98
137.          Thomas Strauss: „Zwischen Ostkunst und Westkunst. Von der Avantgarde zur Postmoderne“. Scaneg Verlag
138.          „Eingefahrene Seheweise sind in Frage gestellt“. Reinische Post. #43. 20. 02. 99
139.          Ingeborg Schwenke-Runkel: „Geistreiches Still-Puzzle. Arbeiten des Russen Ivan Chuikov 1966 – 1997“. Leverkusener Anzeiger. # 43, 20-21. 02. 99
140.          I. Chuvilin: „Krovnoe rodstvo“. MN. #31. 2001
141.          M. Orlova: „ Vystavka odnogo pribora“, Kommersant. # 191. 18. X. 2001
142.          A. Obuhova, M. Orlova: „Zhivopis’ bez granits. Ot pop-arta k kontseptualizmu“. Galart. Moscow. 2001
143.          M.M. Marhof: Catalogue. „Kunst in Untergrund“. Albertina, Wien.
144.          „Ivan Chuikov“. Bons Baisers de Russie. Festival Garonne 2000
145.          A. Kovalev: „Moskovskie galerei: parad veteranov“. Vremja MN.
146.          E. Larichev: „Okno v zhivopis’“. Expert. #43. 13.XI. 2000.
147.          F. Romer: „...i velikolepnyi vid iz okna“. Itogi. # 46, 14. XI. 2000
148.          M. Orlova: „Klassik derzhitsya v ramah“. Kommersant, # 209. 5.XI.2000
149.          O. Kabanova: „Ivan Chuikov.’Videt nas nauchili khudozhniki“.Izvestia. 2.XI. 2000
150.          Sv. Zlobina-Kutjaeva: „... i prekrasnyi vid iz okna. Interv’yu s Ivanom Chuikovym. Polit.ru, 5. XI.         2000
151.          Vasja Bag: „Pochem okoshko“. Park Kultury. Gazeta.ru.
152.           „K. Agunovich: „ Word dlja Windows. Klassik otechestvennogo konzeptualizma v galeree Regina. Afisha. # 22. 30. X – 12. XI. 2000
153.          V. Sal’nikov: „Illusii i real’nost’ Ivana Chuikova“. Weekend.ru.
154.          S. Epihin: „Ivan Chuikov: ... i velikolepnyi vid iz okna. Regina“Artchronika, # 1, 2001
155.          E. Degot’ : Russkoe iskusstvo XX veka. Trilistnik. 2000.
156.          I. Kulik: „ Podsmatrivaya za pustotoi“. Vedomosti. 24. X 2001
157.          Ivan Chuikov: „ Pribor dlja nablyudenija pustoty i bezkonechnosti“Invitation for the show. Regina Gallery, 2001
158.          D. Perednij: Press-release for the show. Regina Gallery, 2001
159.           Chuikov i Pustota. Sobytiawww.sobitia.ru
160.          J. Ovchinnikova: „Teorija otrazhehija“. Harpers Bazaar. Nov. 2001
161.           „Die Kunst des Fragments“. NRZ. 14. VIII. 2003
162.          Magritta Ulbricht: „Kunst ist eine Frage des Standpunktes“. WAZ.14. VIII. 2000
163.          V. Patsukov: „Ivan Chuikov. Apparat dlja nabljudenija pustoty i beskonechnosti“ Khudozhestvennyi Zhurnal. # 1 (41), 2002
164.          A. Kovalev: „Pustota s priborom“. Vremja MN. #192. 23. 10 2001
165.          A. Kovalev: „Neprozrachnye okna Ivana Chuikova. Interview. @rt.net # 6, 17. IV. 2006
166.          E. Kikodze: „Labirint“. Interview.
167.          S. Hachaturjan: „Peresek – perestupil“. Vremja Novostei. #199. 28. X. 02
168.          A. Kovalev: „Promenad po labirintu v storonu svobody“. Vremja MN. #196. 29. X. 02
169.          I. Kulik: „ Ivan Chuikov zashel v labirint“. Kommersant. # 199. 31. X. 02
170.          A. Svergun: „ Gallerei v obraze“. Kommersant. # !55. 30. VIII. 02
171.          Artistic Ambiguities. Ivan Chuikov“. Catalogue. Essence of LifeArt.
172.          Russia. Catalogue. Exhibition at Guggenheim Museum, New York