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Dmitry Vilensky

Nationalität: Russian Federation

*1964 in Leningrad.
Lebt und arbeitet seit 1997 als Leiter der Fotogalerie im Palais Jalta in Frankfurt am Main.

Einzelausstellungen:
1992 „Photoarchaeology“, New York University, Tish School of the Arts, New York / 1994 „Messages to Myself“, Photopostscriptum Place, St. Petersburg (Katalog) / 1995 „Second Message to Myself“, The Jerusalem Theatre, (Katalog) / „The End of a Belle Époque“, Gallery 21, St. Petersburg / 1996 „Procession: Illustrations to Joseph Brodsky's Poem“, IV Biennale of the Arts, St. Petersburg / 1997 „Discovering a Vanished World“, Washington Center for Photography / „Spring 1983“, Gallery PhotoImage, St.Petersburg (Katalog) / 1998 „Art of Forgetting“, Museum of the History of the City, St. Petersburg / „Landschaft für Männer“, Galerie Kunstadapter, Wiesbaden.
Ausstellungsbeteiligungen (Auswahl):
1993 „Photopostscriptum“, Russian Museum, St. Petersburg (Katalog) / 1994 „Self-identification“, Kiel, (Katalog) / „Conceptual Photography from St Petersburg“, ifa Gallery, Berlin / „New Photo-Art from Russia“, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe / 1995 „Russian Photoarcheology“, V Month of Photography, Bratislava / 1996 „St. Petersburg Photoarcheology“, 1st Month of Photography, Moscow / „Pushkinskaya 10: Avantgarde from St. Petersburg“, Columbus Museum of Arts, Ohio / „St. Petersburg Festival of Experimental Arts“, The Manege, St.Petersburg / „Russia: Chronicles of Change“, Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, Florida / „Point of Resistance“, State Museum of the City, St. Petersburg / „Renewal and Metamorphosis: Russian Photographers from the Late Soviet Era to the 1990s“, The MIT Museum and Fitchburg Art Museum, Massachusetts / 1997 „Art of Contemporary Photography in East Europe“, museo ken damy, Brescia / „From Rodchenko to Nowadays“, Museum of Photographic Collection, Moscow / „Shift“, Dostoevskji Museum, St.Petersburg / 1998 „Trace of Shadow“, Union of Artists, St. Petersburg / „Quiet Pictures“, Fotogalerie im Palais Jalta, Frankfurt am Main / „Aufbruch: neue russische Fotografie“, Bayer Erholungshaus, Leverkusen / „5th Festival of Contemporary Art“, photo marathon, ARTcollegium gallery, St. Petersburg.
Sammlungen: Museum of the History of the City, St. Petersburg / Russian Museum, St. Petersburg / Jane Voorheels Zimmerli Art Museum, New Brunswick, NJ / Columbus Museum of Art, Ohio / Southeast Museum of Photography, Florida / Museum of Photographic Collection (Russian-American photoarchive), Moscow-Austin / museo ken damy, Brescia / Navigator Foundation, Boston, MA / Free Culture Foundation, St. Petersburg / YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, N.Y.
Bibliografie: „Imago . Another Europska Photography“ (photomagazine), Winter 95/96 (Bratislava) / „Khudozhestvennyi Zhurnal“ (Moscow Art Magazine), Nr.8, 1995 / Photobiannual-96, catalogue of the first international month of photography in Moscow / „Photograph“ (journal), Nr.2, 1996 (St. Petersburg) / „Subjektiv“ (journal), Nr.2, 1996 and Nr.1, 1997 (St. Petersburg) / „Photonews“, quaderni del Museo ken damy, edizioni del museo 31, 1997 / „Na dne“ (The Botton ), St. Petersburg newspaper, Nr.25,26,30, 1997 / „Returning Home: streets of St. Petersburg“, limited edition postcard’s pack, The Big Issue in Scotland, 1997 / „World of Design“, Nr.1-2, 1997, (St. Petersburg) / „The Washington Post“, Sunday, May 4, 1997 / „Maximka“ Nr. 2, 1998, (St. Petersburg).