Konyukhov Sergey

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ABOUT

Sergey Konyukhov was born in Ulyanovsk. In 1989 he graduated from the Moscow Art College «In Memory of 1905.» In 1990 he joined the youth section of the Union of Artists of the RSFSR. He lives and works in Moscow.

The author prefers to work in astronomical cycles and series and believes that it is precisely the series of works that allows the artist to develop a vision of a particular image continually.

In 1997, he presented his first series of Metamorphoses, followed by others — Leaves, Fragments, Monuments, Stones, Leaves, Wind, etc.

For Konyukhov, photography is a powerful tool that allows you to study often hidden from the eyes elements of objects we know, whether it be stones, plants, park sculptures, or architectural features. The photographer is sure that this approach allows him to realize his creative ideas in photography.

For the photographer, the question «Is photography art?» never existed. He never did photography in the sense that reporters or advertising photographers understand. «To understand the unity of diversity in the diversity of unity and, ultimately, to come to an understanding of harmony and beauty» is how Sergei Konyukhov defines his work. Sergey Konyukhov’s works are in private and museum collections, including the Museum of Moscow.

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2009
“Sergey Konyukhov. One Hundred Days of Utopia”, The Lumiere Brothers Gallery, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia

2007
“Selected Works by Sergey Konyukhov”, The Lumiere Brothers Gallery, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia

2006
“Stones, leaves, wind”, The Lumiere Brothers Gallery, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia

2005
“ARTMANEZH-2005”, Central Exhibition Hall “Manege”, Moscow, Russia

2004
Magnum Ignotum | The Great Unknown”, The Lumiere Brothers Gallery, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia

2002
Art project “Photography in the Interior”, The Lumiere Brothers Gallery, Moscow, Russia

2000
“ARTMANEZH-2000”, Central Exhibition Hall “Manege”, Moscow, Russia

1998
“PHOTOBIENNIAL-1998”, Central Exhibition Hall “Manege”, Moscow, Russia
“FOTOFAIR”, St. Petersburg, Russia

1992
Personal exhibition, Montgomery, USA