Genna Gurvich

Genna Gurvich

Baltimore, MD

About Genna Gurvich

1957 born in Kiev, Ukraine

Education

1980-1985 St. Petersburg Academy of Art & Design St. Petersburg, Russia


Awards
2007 Winner of “Prix de la Photographie Paris” (PX3) photography competition
2006 Finalist of the London Photographic Awards Contest2005 Finalist of the International Library of Photography Contest1990 First place in Belarussian-Polish Impressionism Plainer, Bydgoshch, Poland1989 Winner in Logo competition for Russian Mercy and Health Foundation,

Events

2014 Gennart Studio opening with the Beer Supper Project
2011 Baker Artist Awards

Exhibitions

2010 Personal Space, Positron Gallery, Baltimore, MD
2009 Existence, International Gallery, Sewickley, PA
2009 Russian Spirit II, Art Barn, Gaithersburg, MD
2009 Artomatic Artists, Studio Gallery, Washington, DC
2008 Ben Franklin Show, 321 Gallery, Baltimore, MD
2008 Artemis Gallery, Richmond, VA
2008 Artomatic, Washington, DC
2008 Russian Spirit, Art Barn, Gaithersburg, MD
2007 13 Sevigne Gallery, Paris, France
2006 Galerie Francoise et ses freres, Baltimore
2005 Beer Supper, Galerie Francoise et ses freres, Baltimore
2004-2005 Galerie Francoise et ses freres, Baltimore
2003-2004 John Elder Gallery, New York
2003 "Pyat' ", Maryland Art Place, Baltimore
2002 Left East, Gone Painting, Norman& Sarah Brown Art Gallery, Baltimore
2001 Galerie Francoise et ses freres, Baltimore
2001 ARTificial Dreams, Bertaux, Gallery, Baltimore
2000 I came to be an Artist, Project Theater and Fonda Gallery, Baltimore
1997 The art of surviving, “Brama” Gallery, Minsk, Belarus
1996 Faces of the desert. To 3000th anniversary of Jerusalem “Brama” Gallery, Minsk, Belarus
1995 From Model to Mandala, “Brama” Gallery, Minsk
1994 25th still. For the post soviet film festival“Listopad-94”, “Brama” Gallery Minsk, Belarus
1994 Talks with Chagall 1Th international Chagall plainer
“Brama” Gallery, Minsk, Belarus
1994 “Brama” is opened. Shalom! “Brama” Gallery, Minsk, Belarus
1993 From Mark Chagall – to past and present. XIX-XX c., State Palace of Art, “Brama” Gallery Minsk, Belarus, State Palace of Art
1988-1990 Belarussian-Polish Impressionism Plainer, Bydgoshch, Poland and Minsk, Belarus