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Serguei Zlenko

Joined Artfinder: Jan. 2016

Artworks for sale: 24

Finland

About Serguei Zlenko

 
 
  • Biography

    Born in Republic of Georgia in 1960, Serguei Zlenko graduated first from the Russian Art Academy’s Art School, and later received a Bachelor and Masters of Fine Art from the Moscow Surikov Art Academy. A member of both the Russian and Finnish Artists’ Associations, he is featured in galleries and collections in Finland, and throughout Europe and the United States.

    A classically trained artist, Serguei draws inspiration from a great magnitude of subjects, resulting in his painting a wide range of themes. His work encompasses detailed topographical studies, ballet rehearsals and performances, metaphorical figurative works and the occurrences and characters surrounding him. Most of his painting activity focuses on the use of oils on canvas or board, although he often works in watercolour, pastel and clay. His mastery of every technique affords him an overall creativity in each genre. Out of his huge artistic corpus, we can begin by highlighting his figurative paintings, with which his work is often preoccupied. In his portraits as well as in his studies of dancers, he has cultivated a complete objectivity, attempting to catch his subjects in poses as natural and spontaneous as those recorded in action photographs. Extensive academic instruction in figurative and life studies has led him to experiment with unusual visual angles and asymmetrical compositions. By capturing the action of the moment, his ballet dancers are depicted in poses that do not attempt to conceal their physical exertions. Instead, he reveals both the concentration and potency necessary in each performance, whilst drawing attention to the dancers’ elegance and regal poise. 

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  • Education

    1972 - 1978

    Surikov Art Academy`s Art School, Moscow

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    Event: Solo Exhibitions

    Dates: March 15, 2005 - April 25, 2014

    Venue: Serguei Zlenko, Finland

    2005 Gallery Oisin Dublin, Ireland
    2006 The Green Gallery Dublin, ireland
    2007 Gallery Ferin Helsinki, Finland
    2009 The Green Gallery Dublin, Ireland
    2012 Gallery Paroisse Saint Pierre de Montmartre Paris, France
    2012 Gallery Couleur Stockholm, Sweden
    2012 Gallery Art Clipper Helsinki, Finland
    2014 Gallery ArsLonga

    Event: Group Show

    Dates: March 10, 2005 - May 8, 2013

    Venue: Serguei Zlenko, Finland

    2005 Gallery Hay Hill London, England
    2006 Amos Anderson Art Museum Helsinki, Finland
    2006 Salon de la Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts Paris, France
    2007 Biennale Internazionale Dell Arte Contemporanea Florence, Italy
    2009 The Sounds of Art Copenhagen, Denmark
    2010 Art Helsinki-art fair Helsinki, Finland
    2010 Grand Palais, Art en Capital Paris, France
    2011 Museum of National History at Frederiksborg Castle Copenhagen, Denmark
    2013 Russian Academy of Arts ( RAA )

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Education

1972 - 1978

Surikov Art Academy`s Art School, Moscow


There are no upcoming events

Show previous events Hide previous events

Previous events

Event: Solo Exhibitions

Dates: March 15, 2005 - April 25, 2014

Venue: Serguei Zlenko, Finland

2005 Gallery Oisin Dublin, Ireland
2006 The Green Gallery Dublin, ireland
2007 Gallery Ferin Helsinki, Finland
2009 The Green Gallery Dublin, Ireland
2012 Gallery Paroisse Saint Pierre de Montmartre Paris, France
2012 Gallery Couleur Stockholm, Sweden
2012 Gallery Art Clipper Helsinki, Finland
2014 Gallery ArsLonga

Event: Group Show

Dates: March 10, 2005 - May 8, 2013

Venue: Serguei Zlenko, Finland

2005 Gallery Hay Hill London, England
2006 Amos Anderson Art Museum Helsinki, Finland
2006 Salon de la Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts Paris, France
2007 Biennale Internazionale Dell Arte Contemporanea Florence, Italy
2009 The Sounds of Art Copenhagen, Denmark
2010 Art Helsinki-art fair Helsinki, Finland
2010 Grand Palais, Art en Capital Paris, France
2011 Museum of National History at Frederiksborg Castle Copenhagen, Denmark
2013 Russian Academy of Arts ( RAA )


 

Biography

Born in Republic of Georgia in 1960, Serguei Zlenko graduated first from the Russian Art Academy’s Art School, and later received a Bachelor and Masters of Fine Art from the Moscow Surikov Art Academy. A member of both the Russian and Finnish Artists’ Associations, he is featured in galleries and collections in Finland, and throughout Europe and the United States.

A classically trained artist, Serguei draws inspiration from a great magnitude of subjects, resulting in his painting a wide range of themes. His work encompasses detailed topographical studies, ballet rehearsals and performances, metaphorical figurative works and the occurrences and characters surrounding him. Most of his painting activity focuses on the use of oils on canvas or board, although he often works in watercolour, pastel and clay. His mastery of every technique affords him an overall creativity in each genre. Out of his huge artistic corpus, we can begin by highlighting his figurative paintings, with which his work is often preoccupied. In his portraits as well as in his studies of dancers, he has cultivated a complete objectivity, attempting to catch his subjects in poses as natural and spontaneous as those recorded in action photographs. Extensive academic instruction in figurative and life studies has led him to experiment with unusual visual angles and asymmetrical compositions. By capturing the action of the moment, his ballet dancers are depicted in poses that do not attempt to conceal their physical exertions. Instead, he reveals both the concentration and potency necessary in each performance, whilst drawing attention to the dancers’ elegance and regal poise. 

 
 
 
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