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Sergey Borisov


Born in 1947. Since 1976, has participated in various exhibitions, which were held in Paris, Zurich, Berlin, London and many other cities around the world. Since 1977 he has been shooting popular musicians and received the Grand Prix in the competition for the design of records. He designed about 70 records for popular musicians, but the main Borisov’s merit is photo chronicle of counterculture. Working with magazines, he introduced the world to punk and underground culture in the 1980s and 1990s.

Borisov is an active participant of modern art scene, his works are being exhibited in museums, prestigious galleries, and sold at the leading auctions of the world.

Selected exhibitions:

2021 Body vs System. National Museum of Modern Art, Zagreb. Solo exhibition, catalogue.

2021 Photo Top. The Gallery of Classical Photography, Moscow.

2021 A seven-flowered flower. Here at Taganka Gallery, Moscow.

2020 New senses. RuArts Gallery, Moscow. Personal exhibition.

2019 Zurich. RossArt. Personal exhibition.

2019 Zurich. Photobastei. Group exhibition.

2018 Zeitgeist. Plovdiv. Personal exhibition

2018 Zeitgeist. National Gallery. Sofia, Bulgaria. Personal exhibition

2017 Sergey Borisov. Kinotavr Film Festival. Sochi. Personal exhibition.

2017 Zeitgeist. Moscow Museum of Modern Art. Personal exhibition.

2017 Girls Girls Girls! Gallery RuArts. Moscow. Personal exhibition

2016 Against the stream. Russian Academy of Arts. Moscow.

2016 Encyclopedia of Photography (1891-1991). VDNKH. Moscow.

2016 Evolution of vision. 1991-2016. Central Exhibition Hall Manezh. Moscow.

2015 Zurich. Glastnost and Perestroyka in Moscow. AKKA Gallery. Personal exhibition.

2014 Zero object. Moscow Art Media Museum.

2013 Beauty without glamour. State Russian Museum of St. Petersburg.

2013 Moscow XX century stories. Part II. Lumière Brothers Center for Photography. Moscow.

2012 Icons of the 90s. Loft Project ETAGI. "Fifth Floor”. St. Petersburg

2012 Naked bohemian. Ruarts Gallery. Moscow.

2011 Passion Bild. Russische Kunst seit 1970. Kunst Museum. Bern.

2011 Icons of the 90s. Lumière Brothers Center for Photography. Moscow.

2011 Mikhail Gorbachev. Perestroika. Central Exhibition Hall Manezh. Moscow.

2010 La Lecon de l'histoire. Palais de Tokio. Paris. France.

2010 Icons 1960-1980. Lumière Brothers Center for Photography. Moscow.

2007 People and time. Central Exhibition Hall Manezh. Personal exhibition.

2007 Social art. State Tretyakov Gallery. Moscow.

1999 GOLDEN CANON. State Kremlin Palace. Moscow. First Prize.


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