- Outset Study
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|Medium||Pencil on paper|
|Dimensions||29.7 x 21 cm|
|Bidding Open||Thu 16 April, 2015 at 10:00am|
|Bidding Ended||Tue 26 March, 2019 at 9:30pm|
Born 1984 Riga, Viktor Timofeev lives and works in New York. Graduated from Hunter College, New York (2008); and Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam (2017).
Select solo exhibitions include DOG, Interstate Projects, New York (2021); 14th Baltic Triennial, Vilnius (2021); Game, MX Gallery, New York (2020); God Objects, Karlin Studios, Prague (2020); Stairway to Melon, kim? Contemporary Art Center, Riga (2017); God Room, Alyssa Davis Gallery, New York (2019); OilRain, Roodkapje, Rotterdam (2017); S.T.A.T.E., Drawing Room, London (2016); SAZARUS I, Jupiter Woods, Vienna (2016); Proxyah v2, Jupiter Woods, London (2014); Proxyah v1, KIM? Contemporary Art Centre, Riga (2014); and Palace of Peace And Reconciliation, Arcadia Missa, London (2014). Select group exhibitions include Unexpected Encounters, Latvian National Museum of Art, Riga, Latvia (2019); Portable Landscapes, James Gallery at the CUNY Graduate Center, New York (2019); Cosmic Existence, Den Frie, Copenhagen (2019); Orient: The New East, Bunkier Sztuku, Krakow (2018); Somewhere in Between, Bozar, Brussels (2018); Digital Gothic, Centre D'art Contemporain - Synagogue de Delme (2018); No Natural Disaster, HORSEANDPONY Fine Art, Berlin (2016); Piknik Na Obochine, Exo Exo, Paris (2016); Plural Melts, Yvonne Lambert Gallery, Berlin (2016); Nimm’s Mal Easy, Austellungsraum Klingental, Basel (2014); and Palazzo Peckham, with Simon Werner and Cindie Cheung, 55th Venice Biennale, Venice (2013).
Residencies include Rupert, Vilnius (2015); Mahler & Lewitt Studios, Spoleto (2013). Awards include the Artist Grant, Pollock Krasner Foundation, New York (2013); and Adolf Loos Preis, Van Den Valentyn Foundation, Cologne (2012).
Viktor Timofeev's practice combines drawing, digital and sculptural work. He is a prolific draughtsman but also makes computer games and browser based collage puzzles without instructions. His drawing for Drawing Biennial 2015 is looser, more expressionistic, an interesting new development in his drawing practice.