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MICHAIL GROBMAN
1939.
zemlja
Rusija
period
1946-1968

Michail Grobman rođen je 1939. g. u Moskvi. Umjetnik je i pjesnik. U 60-tim godinama 20. stoljeća bio je aktivni član Druge ruske avangarde. Imigrirao je u Izrael 1971. g.  Godine 1975. osniva grupu i umjetnički časopis Leviathan.

Grobmanovi radovi uključuje kolaže, slike, instalacije i objekte. Za Grobmanovu umjetnost važan je tekst, on piše minimalističke pjesme i „vizualne stihove“ sastavljene od natpisa iz časopisa, transformira naslovnice starih knjiga u pjesnička djela. Grobman živi i djeluje u Tel Avivu u Izraelu.

bibliografija

Michail Grobman: Acts and Words
Symbol, Letter, and Word in Michail Grobman’s Art (EN) – Marc Scheps
Symbol, Letter, and Word in Michail Grobman’s Art (HE) – Marc Scheps
Michail Grobman at the Moscow International Biennale (EN) – Vasili Tsereteli
Michail Grobman at the Moscow International Biennale (RU) – Vasili Tsereteli
From Leviathan to Levitan: Michail Grobman within the context of russian conceptualism’s metamorphoses – Lola Kantor-Kazovsky
The Grobman Project – Marc Scheps


Selected Solo Exhibitions

  • 2007    Last Skies, Loushy & Peter  Art & Projects, Tel Aviv (cat. text: Marc Scheps)
  • 2006    Creation From Chaos to Cosmos, Bar-David Museum of Fine Art and Judaica, Kibbutz Baram (cat. text: Sorin Heller)
  • 2002    The Last Sky, installation, Tsveta Zuzoritch pavilion, Belgrad (cat. text: Irina Subotitch)
  • 1999    Michail Grobman: Works 1960-1998, The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg (cat. texts: Evgenija Petrova, Marc Scheps, Lola Kantor- Kazovsky, Michail German)
  • 1998    Picture = Symbol + Concept, Herzliya Museum of Art, Herzliya (cat. texts : Lola Kantor- Kazovsky, Marina Genkina )
  • 1995    Password and Image, University Gallery, Haifa University (Leaflet)
  • 1990    Michail Grobman ,Tova Osman Gallery, Tel Aviv
  • 1989    Michail Grobman, Tova Osman Gallery, Tel Aviv
  • 1989    The Beautiful Sixties in Moscow (Jointly with Ilia Kabakov), The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv (cat. text: Mordechai Omer)
  • 1988    Michail Grobman: Künstler und Sammler, Art Museum, Bochum, Germany (cat. text: Peter Spielmann(
  • 1987    Messiah, installation and performance in the streets of Jerusalem (cat.)
  • 1985    Khlebnikov 100, performance in the streets of Acre, Jerusalem, Tiberias and Tel-Aviv
  • 1984    Michail Grobman, Zvi Noam Gallery, Beit Levik, Tel Aviv
  • 1977    Michail Grobman, Spertus Museum, Chicago
  • 1977    Performance in Judean desert
  • 1973    Michail Grobman, Negev Museum, Beer Sheva
  • 1973    Michail Grobman, Beth Uri and Rami Museum, Ashdot Yaacov (cat.)
  • 1972    Michail Grobman, Nora Gallery, Jerusalem
  • 1971    Michail Grobman : Paintings, Drawings, Prints, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv (cat. text: Haim Gamzu(
  • 1966    Michail Grobman, Projects Engineering Institute, Moscow
  • 1965    Michail Grobman, Artists House, Moscow
  • 1965    Michail Grobman, Energy Institute, Moscow
  • 1965    Michail Grobman, History Institute, Moscow
  • 1965    Michail Grobman, Usti-nad-Orlicy Theatre, Czechoslovakia (leaflet text: Dushan Konetchni)
  • 1959    Michail Grobman, Mukhina Art Institute, Leningrad


Selected Group Exhibitions

  • 2007    Jews of Struggle- The Jewish National Movement in the USSR, 1967- 1989, Bet Hatefutsoth, Tel Aviv (cat.)
  • 2007    Rebellious Art : Painters of the Second Russian Avant-garde from Kenda and Jacob Bar Gera’s Collection, Museum of History of City Lodz, Lodz
  • 2007   La Deuxieme Avant-garde Moscou 1950-1970, Galerie Minotaure, Paris (cat. text: Lola Kantor- Kazovsky )
  • 2007   Sotz- Art, Political art in Russia, The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
  • 2006    Black Coffee, Beit Hagefen, Haifa (cat. text: Hana Kofler )
  • 2006    Times of change, The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg (cat.)
  • 2005    Avantgarde im Untergrund, Russische Nonkonformisten aus der  Sammlung Bar–Gera, Kunstmuseum, Bern (cat. text: Evgeny Barabanov) Etched Voices, Yad-Vashem, Jerusalem (cat. texts: Judith Shen Dar, Sorin Heller)
  • 2005    Accomplices, The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow (cat. text: Andrei Erofeev)
  • 2004    Poeta pingens, The State Museum of Literature, Moscow (cat.)
  •      Cosmopalit, Ben-Gurion University, Beer-Sheva (cat. text: Haim Maor)
  • 2003    Das Recht des Bildes, Judische Perspektiven in der Modernen Kunst,Museum Bochum (cat.)
  • 2003    Persecuted art & artists, Under Totalitarian Regimes in Europe during the 20th Century, Monart Museum, Ashdod (cat.)
  • 2003    Yes do yourself…, Regeneration of Judaism in Israeli art, Zman Omanut, Tel Aviv (cat. text: Gideon Ofrat)
  • 2002    Matrimony, Beit Hagefen, Haifa (cat. text: Hana Kofler)
  • 2001    Children, Beit Hagefen, Haifa (cat. text: Hana Kofler)
  • 2000    Green not Cement, Artists Follow Poet H.N. Bialik, Tel-Aviv (cat. text: Doron Polak)
  • 2000    Nonkonformisten 1955-1988, Markishes Museum, Witten (cat.)
  • 2000    The Moscow Underground to Jindřzich Chalupecký, Galeria Ztihla  Klika, Praha (cat. text: Jiři Šetlik)
  • 1999    Open House, Beit Hagefen, Haifa (cat. text: Hana Kofler)
  •      Top 2000, Beit Hagefen, Haifa (cat. text: Hana Kofler)
  • 1998    Aspects of Israeli Art of the 70’s: 1.The Boundaries of Language, Tel Aviv Museum of Art
  • 1998    2.Tikkun, The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel-Aviv University (cat. texts: Mordechai Omer, Ellen Ginton)
  • 1998    Forbidden Art, The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, The State Tretyakov Gallery,Moscow, Miami University Art Museum (Cat. texts: Alexander Borovsky, Evgeny Barabanov, John Bolt, Irena Vrubel- Golubkina)
  • 1996-97    Nonconformists: The Second Russian Avant-garde, from the Bar  Gera Collection, The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg; The State  Tretyakov Gallery,Moscow; State Gallery, Frankfurt; Albers Museum, Bottrop, Germany; Kunsthalle, Leverkusen, Germany (cat. texts: Hans  Peter Ruse, Evgeny Barabanov, Alexander Borovsky)
  • 1996    Ketav: Flesh and Word in Israeli Art, Ackland Art Museum, North Carolina (cat. texts: Jerry Bolas, Gideon Ofrat, Michael Sgan-Cohen)
  • 1995    Our Century, Ludwig Museum, Cologne (cat. texts: Marc Scheps, Barbara Tiemann, Stephanie M. Baumann, Jens Bove, Gerard Goodrow, Martin Spanting)
  • 1994    The Printer’s Imprint, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem (cat. texts: Meira Perry-Lehmann, Arik Kilemnik)
  • 1994    Anxiety, The Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat Gan (cat. texts: Miriam Tovia-Boneh, Ilana Tenenbaum)
  • 1994    Europa Europa: The Century of the Avant-garde in Central and Eastern Europe, Kunsthalle, Bonn (cat. texts: Pontus Hulten, Karl Ruhrberg, Richard Stanislavsky, Cristopher Brockhouse, Norman Davies,  Sergei Averinzew, Krysztof Pomian)
  • 1993    Understandable Art, The Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat Gan (cat. texts: Miriam Tovia-Boneh, Yevgeny Steiner)
  • 1993    From Malevitch to Kabakov: Russian Avant-garde in the 20th Century, Ludwig Museum, Cologne (cat. texts: Marc Scheps, Eveli Weiss, Noemi Smolik, Stephan Diederich, Gerard A. Goodrow)
  • 1991    The Return to Painting in Israeli Printmaking, The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv
  • 1991    Text-Image, Janco-Dada Museum, Ein Hod (cat. text: Sara Hackert)
  • 1990    Different Art, The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow (cat.)
  • 1990    The Museum as Collector, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv
  • 1990    Chagall to Kitaj: The Jewish Experience in 20th Century Art, Barbican Art Gallery, London (cat. text: Avram Kampf)
  • 1989    Wortlaut, K. Schopenhauer Gallery, Cologne (cat.)
  • 1989    The Russian Avant-garde in the Early 20th Century, University Gallery, Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva (cat. text: Haim Finkelshtein) Abattoir ’89, Marseilles (cat.)
  • 1988    Avant-garde – Revolution – Avant-garde, Tel Aviv Museum of Art (cat. texts: Marc Scheps, Peter Spielmann)
  • 1988    Upon One of the Mountains: Jerusalem in Israeli Art, The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv University (cat. text: Mordechai Omer)
  • 1987    Art Works Done in Groups, K-18, Kassel (cat.)
  • 1984    Transformations, The Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery, Tel Aviv University (cat. text: Mordechai Omer)
  • 1982    Leviathan Group, Jerusalem Theatre (cat.)
  • 1982    Russian Samyzdat Art, 1960-1982, Franklin Furance Gallery, New York; Chapaque Library Gallery, Washington, D.C. (leaflet)
  • 1980    East European Art in the 20th Century, Museum of Art, Bochum, Germany (cat.)
  • 1979    Leviathan Group, Artist’s House, Jerusalem (cat.)
  • 1979    20 Years of Independent Art in the Soviet Union, Gallery of St. Mary’s College, Maryland (leaflet)
  • 1978    Leviathan Group, Beth Uri and Rami Museum, Ashdot Yaacov  (cat.)
  • 1978    New Art from the Soviet Union, Pratt Institute Gallery, New York (leaflet)
  • 1975    Progressive Trends in Moscow, 1970-1975, Museum of Art, Bochum, Germany (cat.)
  • 1973    Modern Russian Art: Avant-garde Drawings, Ostwall Museum,  Dortmund (cat.)
  • 1970    New Trends in Moscow, Museum of Art, Lugano (cat.)
  • 1969    The New Moscow School, Pananti Gallery, Florence;Bar Gallery,Stuttgart; Interior Gallery, Frankfurt
  • 1969    The Russian Avant-garde Today, Gmurzinska Gallery,Cologne (cat.)
  • 1968    The New Moscow School, Museum of Art, Ostrov-nad-Ozhy, Czechoslovakia (cat.)
  • 1965    Artists from Moscow, Artists House, Moscow, Trade Union Club, Usti- nad- Orlicy, Czechoslovakia
  • 1964    Patent Institute, Moscow
  • 1963    Dostoevsky Museum,Moscow
  • 1962    Young Artists, Udarnik Cinema, Moscow