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Was born on December 14, 1953 in Moscow.

In 1977 graduated from Moscow State Institute of Electronics and Mathematics. In 1983 defended doctoral dissertation “Functional method of statistical description for nonlinear random processes”. Author of numerous research articles. For nearly 30 years taught math as Professor of the department of Applied Mathematics at Moscow State Institute of Electronics and Mathematics.

Was concerned with art since childhood. Art education received in Moscow’s art ateliers in 1970 – 1980 During Soviet times worked as an underground artist. After the end of the Soviet Union held multiple exhibitions and public art projects all over the world.

Since 2007 worked as an architect and a landscape architect. Lived and worked in

Moscow and New York. Passed away on May 20, 2019 in Moscow.

Dear friends! This web-site is work in progress. We have plans to add more projects, earlier works, as well additional information on exhibitions and the bibliography. We will be grateful for your help making this documentation complete.  

PERSONAL EXHIBITIONS AND PUBLIC PROJECTS

1990 Contemporary Art Centre, Moscow. (with A. Ponomarev).

1991 Today Gallery, Moscow.

1992 State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.

1993 Moscow Collection Gallery, Moscow.

1994 Forward and Reverse Perspective of Russian Minimalism. Ljubov Popova 1924 – 1994. Aleksander Konstantinov.

Palace Liechtenstein, Feldkirch, Austria.

1994 Minimalism as Will and Game. Gallery Zollgassee 7, Dornbirn, Austria.

1995 Gallery Salustowicz, Bielefeld, Germany.

1995 Kanzlei. Franz Kafka Centre in Prague, Prague.

1996 Exhibition of Forms. Kaliningrad State Art Gallery, Kaliningrad–Königsberg, Russia.

1996 Art 5 III Gallery, Berlin.

1996 A Conversation from Two Spacies. Francisco Infante – Aleksander Konstantinov. Gallery Zollgassee 7, Dornbirn, Austria.

1996 Russian Cultural Centre, Budapest.

1997 Today Gallery, Moscow.

1997 Stand at Frankfurt Book Fair, Frankfurt.

1998 Stand at Art Maneze (with V. Kuprianov), Moscow.

1999 Braynsk Art Museum, Braynsk, Russia.

2000 Rulers. Novaya Collektsiya Gallery, Moscow.

2000 Kontor. Stand at Art Moscow, Moscow.

2000 Galerie am Lindenplatz (with A. Mitlyanskaya and V. Orlov), Vaduz, Liechtenstein.

2001 Targets. Novaya Collektsiya Gallery, Moscow.

2001 In Regular City. National Centre for Contemporary Arts, St. Petersburg.

2001 Bezugssysteme. Hoffman Gallery, Friedberg, Germany.

2002 Calculator. Ulitsa OGI Gallery, Moscow.

2002 View of the Town N. National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow.

2002 Drawings on Engravings. Pinakotheke, Moscow.

2003 Cover. Ferapontovo, Russia.

2003 Concrete/Discrete (with U. Zlotnikov). National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow.

2003 Books of Franz K. Nabokov Museum, St. Petersburg.

2003 Cover. Paros, Greece.

2004 Chretzeturm. Stein am Rhein, Switzerland.

2004 Betrachtungen. New York University, New York.

2004 Stand at Art Moscow, Moscow.

2004 ë.art Gallery, Dornbirn, Austria.

2004 Villa Bernasconi. Geneva.

2004 Light in November. Trondheim, Norway.

2005 Glacier. Lech, Austria.

2005 Jardin de Luxembourg. Luxembourg embassy, Moscow.

2005 White District. State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow.

2005 Nightingale Garden. Koktebel, Crimea.

2005 Le Quartier. Centre for Contemporary Arts. Quimper, France.

2006 Corner. Milan.

2006 Wandering Walls. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.

2006 District Remix. State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow.

2006 Principle of Complementarity. Paris.

2006 Wandering Forest. Luxembourg.

2006 Ober Gallery, Kent, Connecticut, USA.

2007 Pavilion with the View to Jardin de Luxembourg. Luxembourg embassy, Moscow, Russia.

2010 Sign Infinity. Krasnoyarsk, Russia.

2012 Orchard. Festival Art - Moscow, Moscow, Russia.

2013 Portillons. Russian XXI Sculpture Exhibition, Hague, Netherlands.

2019 Wandering Rocks. Turn Park. West Stockbridge, MA, USA.

SELECTED ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS

2007 Pediments. Moscow region, Russia.

2007 Le Present. Costa Brava, Spain. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Alexei Kozyr and Ilya Babak.

2008 ‘New Cities. New in Cities.’ Shchusev Museum of Architecture, Moscow, Russia. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Alexei Kozyr, Ilya Babak at the First Moscow Biennale of Architecture.

2008 Izba. Basilica. Festival Archstoyanie, Nikola-Lenivets, Kaluga region, Russia.

2008 Unter de Linde. Otten Kunst Raum, Hohenems, Austria.

2009 Irony. Nieuwerkerken, Belgium.

2009 Centre Socio-Culturel. Luxembourg. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Beng Architects & Assosies.

2012 Colour House. Moscow region, Russia.

2009 Gare Routiere «C.F.L.». Esch-Sur-Alzette, Luxembourg. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Beng Architects & Assosies.

2010 Aluminum House. Moscow Region, Russia.

2010 Roads (trods). Moscow region, Russia.

2010 Remote Office. Festival Archstoyanie, Nikola-Lenivets, Kaluga region, Russia.

2010 Studio 24. Moscow, Russia. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Alexei Kozyr and Ilya Babak.

2010 Izba in Krasnoyarsk. Krasnoyarsk, Russia.

2011 Bureau "BENG". Eshc-Sur-Alzette (Belval), Luxembourg. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Beng Architects & Assosies.

2011 Hotel Ibis et buraux immeuble “Fe ie rs tepp le r . ” Eshc-Sur-Alzette  (Belval), Luxembourg. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration

with Beng Architects & Assosies.

2011 Park Sokolniki. Moscow, Russia. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Jauzaproject Architects.

2011 Park Fili. Moscow, Russia. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Jauzaproject Architects.

2012 Ecole “Sauerwiss-Rumelange.” Rumelange, Luxembourg. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Beng Architects & Assosies.

2013-2017 Turn Park. West Stockbridge, MA, USA. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Art Forms Architecture (USA), Ekaterina Vlasenko.

2014 Habillage acoustique du viaduc « C .F .L . » .  Esch- Sur-Alzette, Luxembourg. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration

with Beng Architects & Assosies

2015 Centrale Energetique E.C.C.O. Gasperich, Luxembourg. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Beng Architects & Assosies.

2015 Complexe sportif “René Har tmann . ” Dudelange, Luxembourg. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Beng Architects & Assosies.

2015-2017 Housing complex “Tsiolkovsky.” Obninsk, Kaluga region, Russia. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Jauzaproject Architects.

2017 Auberge de Jeunesse. Esch- Sur-Alzette, Luxembourg. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Beng Architects & Assosies.

2017 Kaschmir Club. Hohenems, Austria. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Ekaterina Vlasenko.

2017 53 Bus Stations of Suzu. Suzu, Japan. Alexander Konstantinov in collaboration with Ekaterina Vlasenko.

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

2001 Künstlerhaus Worpswede, Germany.

2003 Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York.

2004 Künstlerwohnung Chretzeturm, Stein am Rhein, Switzerland.

2004 Service culturel de Lancy, Geneva.

2004 Landemoen Kunstnerverksteder, Trondheim, Norway.

2005 Cite Internationale des Arts, Grant AAFA, Paris.

2006 Cite Internationale des Arts, Grant AAFA, Paris.

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow.

State Museum Zarizyno, Moscow.

Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Kunstbibliothek.

Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin.

Dresden Gallery, Kupferstich-Kabinett, Dresden.

Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel, Germany.

State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow.

Kaliningrad State Art Gallery, Kaliningrad–Königsberg, Russia.

Luxembourg Grand Dukes Collection, Luxembourg.

Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, München.

Braynsk Art Museum, Braynsk, Russia.

National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow.

State Museum Centre Rosizo, Moscow.

Horst-Janssen-Museum, Oldenburg, Germany.

Boston Public Library, Boston, USA.

Bibliothek und Kupferstichkabinett d. Akademie d. Bildenden Künste, Wien.

Museum im Kulturspeicher Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany.

State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg.

Bibliotheque nationale de France, Paris.