art resume

vydavy sindikat, Brooklyn based group experiment /


Mini Grant Recipient, COJECO (2009)

Queens Museum of Art, Public Project Commission (2008)

Jury Selection, Brooklyn Boat house competition (2004)

Honorable Mention participant, Highline Design Competition exhibition(2003)


Commuter’s Dreams”, Vox Populli, Philadelphia, PA(2009)

“Anytime Development”, Art Lot, Brooklyn, NY(2007-2008)

“Posted” Simino Architects, Brooklyn, NY(2007)

“Computing the social” LMAK Projects, Brooklyn, NY(2006)

“18X24” Court House Gallery, Anthology Film Archives, NY, NY (2003)

“And Bruegel …” Art Yama Gallery, NY, NY (2001)


“Landscape as Litmus”,Museum of Contemporary Art, Banjaluka, Republic of Srpska(2008)

“vBrooklyn”, Politechnik University, Brooklyn, NY(2008)

“What’s Mine Is Yours”, Basekamp Collaborative Space, Philadelphia, PA(2008)

“Borne House”, Chiesadi San Stae, 11th international Architectural Exhibition, Venice, Italy(2008)

“Commuters Dreams 2”, 12th d.u.m.b.o. art festival, Brooklyn, NY (2008)

“Public Art Project”, Queens Museum of Art, Corona Plaza, Queens, NY (2008)

“NY, NY, NY”, Flux Factory, Queens, NY (2007-2008)

“vBrooklyn”, Politechnik University, Brooklyn, NY(2007)

“Commuters Dream”, 11th d.u.m.b.o. art festival, Brooklyn, NY (2007)

“Borne House” special project 2nd Moscow Biennial, VHUTEMAS Gallery, Moscow,

Russia (2007)

“Making Good Luck”, Y-Gallery, Queens, NY (2007)

“Future Nomad” Vox Populi Gallery, Philadelphia, PA (2006-2007)

“Good Evening Mona Ami TV”, 10th d.u.m.b.o. art festival, Brooklyn, NY (2006)

Slow Revolution”, Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (2006)

“Public Gathering 5-6”, 9th d.u.m.b.o. art festival, Brooklyn, NY (2005)

“Public Gathering3-4”, FLOAT exhibition, Socrates Sculpture Park, Queens, NY (2005)

The Parachute Pavilion Competition” exhibition, Van Alen Institute, NY, NY (2005)

“One Land Two Systems”, competition exhibition, Mediamatic Museum, Amsterdam(2004)

“S-Niche”, 8th d.u.m.b.o. art festival, Brooklyn, NY (2004)

Groen Hoek”, Competition Exhibition, AIA, ENYA, NY, NY (2003)

“Designing The High Line”, exhibition, FHL, Grand Central Terminal, NY, NY (2003)


“White House Redux” ideas competition, Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York, NY (2008)

“Inside Out: Weaving Arts Into The Urban Fabric” Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, ME (2006)

“South point: from Ruin to Rejuvenation! The Roosevelt Island Universal Arts Center
International Ideas Competition”
AIA, ENYA Biennial International Ideas Competition, NY, (2006)

“The Parachute Pavilion Ideas Competition, an open design competition for Coney Island”

Van Alen Institute, NY, NY (2005)

“One Land Two Systems, completion to create an alternative master plan for the

‘unrecognized’ Palestinian village of Ein Hud in Israel”. F.A.S.T

(The Foundation of Seamless Territory), Israel (2004)

“House of Multiple DimensionsShinkenchiku Residential Design Competition, Tokyo, Japan (2004)

“City Lights Design Competition”, New York City’s Department of Design and Construction

in partnership with the Department of Transportation NY,NY (2004)

New Housing New York Design Ideas Competition”, American Institute of Architects NY (2004)

If…Then”, Portfolio Competition, The Architectural League of New York, NY, NY (2004)

Groen Hoek: The East River Community Boathouse Competition”, NY, NY, (2003)

“World Trade Center Site Memorial Competition”, LMDC

(Lower Manhattan Development Corporation) NY, NY (2003)

Designing the High Line, Ideas for Reclaiming 1.5 Miles of Manhattan”,

FHL (Friends Of The Highline), NY, NY, (2003)


“Commuter’s Dreams”, public space performance project, NY(2007-2008)

“Gesammtvorstellung providing a background for one city block” Brooklyn, NY (2006)

“Magazinnik 5” multimedia presentation of 5th issue of the experimental publication (2006)

“Spoglyadach”(“Observer”) public space installation, Kiev, Ukraine (2005)

“Public Gathering Project” ongoing public performance, NY (2004-present )

“vydavy bilingual children’s paper” presentation, Brooklyn, NY (2005)

“Projection Redirected, method of confrontational Representation” multimedia presentation,

ITP(Interactive Telecommunications Department), New York University, NY, NY (2004)

“Mikhail Magazinnik 1:33:49:08” audio/visual installation, Bowery Poetry Club, NY(2004)

“Me You”, multimedia installation/performance, Bowery Poetry Club, NY (2003)

“Simultaneous Recording”, performance, Cornelia Street Cafe, NY (2003)

“Russian Wave”, performance, CBGB Club, NY (2003)

“War Rose”, public performance, Brooklyn, NY (2002)

“War Kit 1”, public performance, NY (2002)

“Targets”, public performance, Brooklyn, NY (2002)

“vydavy sindikat”, public performance, Brooklyn, NY (2001)

“English Lessons III-I”, public performance, Brooklyn, NY (1995)


Definition“ by Tirtza Even and Brian KarlThe Jewish Identity Project: New American

PhotographyJewish Museum, NY, NY (2005)

Radio Free Erikaby Erika Devries, Watch What We Say exhibition, Schroeder Romero

Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (2004)

Passerby” A public intervention in Bryant Park, by Michelle Handelman part of the

public.exe: Public Execution, Exit Art, NY(2004)


No Mad Exterior“ (2006-2007)

Public Gathering (2006)

The Parachute Pavilion Competition“ (2005)

Highline Competition (2003)

vydavy“ experimental handcrafted publication (2000-2005)

Magazinnik issues 1-6 of Russian literary magazine (2000-2006)

vydavy na sluh“ (2003)

vydavy Video“ (2004-2006)

Riker’s Review jail literary magazine(2000-2004)

Pusk Pop“ artist book (2000)


Buchenwald Museum of Art (Germany)

The Shteyn Archive of Russian Immerge Books (The Netherlands)

Van Alen Institute, NY, NY

AIA, Emerging New York Architect’s (USA)

FHL(Friends of the Highline) (USA)

Buffalo Poetry & Rare Books Library (USA)

Nancy Hanes (USA)

Harry Simino (USA)

Konstantin K. Kuzminskiy (USA)



The New York Times (New York, NY, 2002)

BBC Television (New York, NY, 2002)

The New York Observer (New York, NY, 2003)

Magazinnik Literary Magazine (New York, NY, 2002-2005)

Hudozhestveny Zhurnal (Moscow, Russia, 2003)

Novoe Russkoe Slovo (New York, NY, 2002)

Russian Bazaar (New York, NY, 2002)

NTV Russian Network Television (New York, NY, 2002)


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