Pavel Polshchikov  
b. 1998 Moscow, Russia


    2019 - 2022 Rodchenko art school, class of Sergey Bratkov

    2019 - 2021 HSE University, Master’s Programme 'Applied Cultural Studies'

    2015 - 2019 HSE University, Bachelor’s Programme 'Cultural Studies'

  Solo and duo exhibitions:

    2022 Red Order: footprints in the snow. Off-site, Moscow, Russia ︎︎︎
    2021 Guilty dreams: oneiroid / w. Natasha Perova. IP Vinogradov, Moscow, Russia ︎︎︎

    2021 Solntsu ne vezet / w. Slava Nesterov. Daipyat, Voronezh, Russia  ︎︎︎

    2020 Decathlon sale / w. Lily Filina. FFTN, Saint-Petersburg, Russia ︎︎︎

  Selected group exhibitions:

    2022 From Line to Vector. Syntax gallery, Moscow, Russia ︎︎︎

    2022 Where we are not. Ekaterina cultural foundation, The Rodchenko art school (graduate show), Moscow, Russia ︎︎︎

    2022 At the foot of the Crystal Mountain. Oktava Claster, Machine Tool Museum, Tula, Russia   ︎︎︎
    2022 In the Dust of this Planet. ART4, Moscow, Russia ︎︎︎

    2021 Green corner. Errring office, Curated by Vectura, Moscow, Russia ︎︎︎

    2021 Is it better to be separate? Off-site, Avdimou, Cyprus ︎︎︎

    2021 Baratto. BASE Milano, Curated by Parasite 2.0 and Antropofago productions, Milan, Italy ︎︎︎

    2021 Beauty Bomb. ISSMAG Gallery, Moscow, Russia ︎︎︎

    2021 Hyperspace Lexicon volume five. Curated by Nicholas Campbell, Los Angeles, USA ︎︎︎

    2021 Arcanum. IP Vinogradov, Moscow, Russia

    2021 Bandit Baroque. NAMEGALLERY, Saint-Petersburg, Russia ︎︎︎

    2021 Dark Side of the Rainbow. White room foundation, Moscow, Russia ︎︎︎

    2021 Coolhunters / ru. Berthold Сentre, Wӧd, Saint-Petersburg, Russia ︎︎︎

    2020 Novel(s) of places or abstract topophilia. RAUM SPACE festival, Rosenau gallery, Kaliningrad, Russia ︎︎︎

    2020 The Rooms 2.0. Wee see items, White room foundation, Moscow, Russia ︎︎︎

    2020 Colony optimization. Elektrozavod gallery, Moscow, Russia ︎︎︎


    2021 Errring office, Moscow, Russia

    2020-21 White room foundation, Moscow, Russia 

  Art fairs:

    2020 Blazar. Museum of Moscow, special project of VII Moscow internatiol biennale for young art, Moscow , Russia