Artists

Chtak Valery

Chtak Valery

1981 in Moscow.
Well known for his graphics, installations and graffiti.
He is an apprentice of Anatoliy Osmolovsliy, a classic of Russian conceptual art, and a member of a now non-existing radical art-group, “Radek”.
Valeriy Chtak participated in three Moscow modern art biennales.

Personal exhibitions
2013
"It’s not a Nightmare", Red October Gallery, Moscow

2012
"The Unknown Author", Mironova Gallery, Kiev

2011
"Bits of Truth", Paperworks Gallery

2010
Painting is a dead language", Orel-Art UK, London
"Chtak runs in circles", PaperWorks gallery, Moscow

2009
"Bob Hated Everybody", Globe gallery, St. Petersburg
"Say “Shibboleth”" – PaperWorks gallery, Moscow
"Anarchisme.Hassidisme.Agnosticisme", Orel-Art gallery, Paris

2007
"Layerizm", Tcheremouschki gallery, Moscow
"True goth", ABC show space, Moscow (together with A. Buldakov)

2006
"Mere Verbiage", Francia Gallery, Moscow

2005
"Polski Plakat Filmowy", Vitrine gallery, ARTStrelka, Moscow

Group expeditions:
2013
"The team I can't live without", Regina gallery, Moscow

2011
"Opening Febuary, 1", Artberloga, Moscow

2010
"Esthetics vs. Information", KCCC, Klaipeda
"The Diary of a Madman", Regina gallery, Moscow

2009
"Rendez-Vous’09", MAC, Lyon
"European Atelier", Central House of Artist, Moscow
"Absolut Creative Future", Winzavod Art Centre
"Russian Lettrisme", Central House of Artist, Moscow

2008
"invasion : evasion", Red October chocolate factory, Moscow
"Art-Veretyevo", Veretyevo
"The Young, Aggressive", Musashino Art Univercity, Tokyo

2007
"Ars Erotica, Ars Politica, Ars Theoretica", Prometeospace Gallery, Milan
"Moscoupolis", Espace Louis Vuitton, Paris
"On Geekdom", Benaki Museum, Athens
"Artist’s ’diary", Central House of Artist, Moscow

2006
"Russia Redux#2", Sidney Mishkin Gallery, Baruch College, NY City University, New York
"Formalite", La Generale, Paris

2005
"Portrait of a face", Guelman Gallery / Mars gallery, Moscow

2002-2003
"ARTKljazma", open air festival of the arts, Moscow

2002-2005
"Quo Vadis", the annual festival of young artists, NCCA, Moscow

2002
"Made in Francia", Andrey Sakharov’s museum, Moscow
"Pop/Art", Zverev Center for contemporary art”, Moscow