Dima Filippov
Dima Filippov (b. 1989, Gornyak, Russia) is an artist and curator. He studied at Altai State Academy of Arts and Culture and graduated from the Institute of Contemporary Art, Moscow. Since 2013 he has been a co-organiser of the non-commercial experimental exhibition space Elektrozavod Gallery (Moscow). At present he is focused on artistic research into the border regions of Russia, organising exhibitions in places that are not considered spaces for art, such as fields, abandoned territories and former factories.

Dima Filippov’s works reproduce the new trend of "sustainable" art. In the mode of constant involvement, the artist reflects on the current situation, turns to the "small" memory of a particular person and to a collective artistic experience. His works belong to the international trend of reinterpretation of the history of modern art. He plastically modifies the conceptual practices, shifts the emphasis to the "tactility" and "sonority" of the landscape, compares the personal and universal in the coordinates of place and time, and enters a complex of new relationships and artistic practices into the field of contemporary Russian art.

Natalia Smolyanskaya
Personal exhibitions:
2023 Brink, ART4 Museum, Moscow, Russia
2020 When we first met, Elektrozavod Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2020 Looking for an elephant, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia
2017 Cursed days, Elektrozavod Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2015 Arrowheads, 39 Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2015 Broken heroes, Istra, Russia
2015 Echo of something beautiful, Elektrozavod Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2013 Exhibition on Elektrozavod, Perimetr Experimental Space, Moscow, Russia
2010 The Thread Project, Museum of Barnaul, Barnaul, Russia
2008 Sketches, World Cinema, Barnaul, Russia
2007 52, Historical Museum, Zmeinogorsk, Russia

Selected group shows:
2023 Light, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2023 Sympathetic interactions, Museum and Exhibition Center, Ivanovo, Russia
2022 Thinking landscape, Museum of Moscow, Moscow, Russia
2022 White album, Elektrozavod Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2021 Coordinate system, Kengisepsky Reserve, Russia
2021 Obvious movements, Cultural Center Gromov, Saint Petersburg, Russia
2020 Cha Scha. Exhibition in the Woods, Pirogovo, Russia
2019 Polychronicity. Practice of studies in the temporal modes of contemporaneity. Part one: topos of time, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia
2019 Taiwan Annual, Contemporary Art Exhibition​, Taipei, Taiwan
2019 Nyomotokban / In your trace Inspiration forces in Russian and Hungarian contemporary art, Budapest ArtWeek, Mikve Gallery, Budapest
2019 Dialogue, Bashmet Center, Moscow, Russia
2017 Survival Kit, Cultural Transit Foundation, Ekaterinburg, Russia, Space Debris Art, Istanbul, Turkey
2017 Expedition 17, part 1,2,3, Elektrozavod Gallery, Moscow, Altay region, Russia
2016 Arctic Art Forum, Gostiny Dvor, Arkhangelsk, Russia
2016 Unofficial Language, Winzavod CCA, Moscow, Russia
2016 We Are Instructed With Internal Regima, XL Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2015 Metageography, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2015 Nothing will grow together because nothing belongs together, Naval Base Olavsvern, Tromsø, Norway
2015 Monitoring of open space, Divnogorie, Voronezh region, Russia
2014 Here, the other side, APT Gallery, London, England
2014 Garage Project Space: The Other Side, Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
2013 Past imperfect, Todays Art Festival, the Hague, Netherlands
2013 Cloud, a special project of the 5th Moscow Biennale, CCI Fabrika, Moscow, Russia
2012 P.S How It’s Done, special project of the 2nd Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art, Ekaterinburg, Russia
2012 Counterillusions, ZIL CC, special project of the 3rd Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, Moscow, Russia
2011 Exhibition of Contemporary Sculpture, Winzavod CCA, Moscow, Russia
2009 Stchi, Contemporary Art Festival, Aja lake, Altai territory, Russia