SAVADOV ARSEN, born on September 24, 1962, Kyiv, in the family of Volodymyr Savadov (Armenian from Baku) – a ukrainian conceptual artist and photographer of Armenian origin. He represented Ukraine at the Venice Biennale in 2001. 1982-1996, he worked in a duet with Georgy Senchenko, in particular, the artists together created the famous painting “The Sadness of Cleopatra” (1987). In 1982, he graduated from the Republican secondary art school named after T. Shevchenko. In 1988, he graduated from the Kyiv State Art Institute (now National Academy of Visual Arts and Architecture). The artist held solo exhibitions in Vienna, New York, Paris, USA, Moscow and Kyiv. Savadov participated in group exhibitions in London, New York, Berlin, Paris, Moscow, Kyiv, Finland, Germany, Italy and Stockholm. Also in art auctions: Contemporary East 2016, 2015 Sotheby’s London, 2014 Sotheby’s London, 2013 Sotheby’s London, 2009 Sotheby’s New York, 2009 Phillips De Pury, contemporary art sales, 2009 Phillips De Pury, Contemporary art day 2011, McDougall 2006. The master lives and works in Kyiv and New York, USA.



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