Sergey Bryukhanov is a Russian abstract artist. Born on August 28, 1959 in Kopeysk, Chelyabinsk region, he has lived in Moscow since 2006.
Sergey works mainly with oil painting and collage technique, tries to show light with color and texture combination. He is one of the artists whose artwork has determined the range of artistic and aesthetic quests in the latter half of the 20th century in Russia. Sergey has held more than 30 solo exhibitions and participated in dozens of other exhibition projects, as well as a curator.
His works are reposited in collections of the State Tretyakov Gallery, the State Russian Museum, the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and many other museums and art institutes; hundreds of works are in private collections in Russia, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Austria, Finland. Sergey Bryukhanov's biography is included in "2000 outstanding artists and designers of the 20th century".
1989, 1994 - Nizhny Tagil Museum of Fine Arts.
1984, 1988 - Young Artists of Tagil.
1992, 1993 - "Tagil Spring".
1992 - exhibition and sale, Nikart Gallery.
1995 - 50th Anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War.
1997 - contemporary art, Sky Gallery.
1999 - "Meeting of Distant Allusions" - Russian art of the 18th-early 20th centuries and Tagil artists.
1999 - "Christmas Gifts of Tagil artists".
2000 - Presentation following the results of the International Plein-Air Symposium PIK (1999), Chusovskoye village settlement.
2001 - "Contemporary Art: Art Ecology in Industrial Landscape".
2003 - "PRO Territory".
2006 - "Flowers. Signs. Symbols", Exhibition Hall, Nizhny Tagil City Branch, All-Russian Creative Public Association, Union of Russian Artists.
2009 - "TWO SIGNS OF SPRING", Vincent Gallery.
2010 - "Monochrome", A3 Gallery.
2011 - Painting, Alexandria Gallery, Central House of Artists.
2012 - Painting, Vincent Gallery.
2003 - Diploma of the Third International Biennale of Graphic Arts in Novosibirsk.
2003 - Diploma, "Exhibition of Russian Watercolor Painting", Tyumen.
2012 - 2nd prize at the Third International Biennale of Contemporary Art "My Ugra", Khanty-Mansiysk.
2012 - 1st prize at the Fourth International Biennale of Graphic Arts in Novosibirsk in "Original Graphics" nominated category, Museum of Fine Arts, Novosibirsk.