Metelskiy Yuriy

Moscow, Russia

Cartoonist, illustrator, painter

He was born in 1949 in Novosibirsk.
Since 1957 he lives in Moscow.
He graduated from the Surikov School of Drawing and the Faculty of Caricature at the USSR Union of Journalists.
He worked a lot in the press as an artist – illustrator and cartoonist in many leading Moscow publishing houses.
In 1977 he spoke at the Moscow International Committee of Artists (Moscow Joint Committee of Graphic Artists). Participated in more than 80 exhibitions as an artist – painter. Since 1987 he is a member of the group of Moscow artists “The World of Painting”. In 1989, he was a participant in the European auction of contemporary artists in Versailles (France).

His paintings are: in the Museum of Modern Art in Philadelphia (USA), in the Museum of Isoteric Art in Frankfurt am Main (Germany), in the Museum of the History of Leningrad (Russia), in private collections in the USA, Canada, Germany, Australia, Japan, Israel , Spain and many other countries.

From 1977-1992. – regular exhibitions in the halls of the Moscow International Olympic Committee on Malaya Gruzinskaya, 28 (Moscow)
1980 – International Exhibition of Space Painting “TIME – SPACE – MAN” at VDNH USSR (Moscow)
1988 – an exhibition dedicated to the memory of Vladimir Vysotsky, MOKHG (Moscow)
1988 – exhibition “1000 Years of Russian Christian Culture” (Moscow)
1988 – an exhibition of painting in Warsaw (Poland).
1989 – auction of contemporary European art of the DRUO (Versailles, France).
1991 – “The Golden Brush”, Central House of Artists (Moscow)
1991 – exhibition of painting in the arena (Moscow)
1991 – exhibition “PREOBRAZHENIE” in the Spanish center (Moscow)
1992 – auction of the All-Russia Cultural Foundation in the Parliamentary Center of Russia (Moscow).
1994 – “The Golden Brush” CHA (Moscow)
1994 – “50 Moscow artists” Central House of Artists (Moscow)
1995 – personal exhibition in the “Mikhailovsky”
1995 – personal exhibition in the Central House of Border Guard (Moscow).


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