Pavel Grishin is member of the new wave of emerging contemporary artist from Russia, who is simultaneously acquainted of the classical training, which is supported throughout the fine art institutions throughout the country, whilst also striving to express his artistic talent in a challenging, progressive way.
His artistic background reflects this perfectly, as Grishin studied painting extensively from childhood at the N1122 school in Moscow, under the supervision of Leonid Krinitsin. Consequently, Grishin went on to be accepted into the prestigious, Moscow State Pedagogical University, within the Fine and Graphic Arts Department, from which he successfully graduated in 2005.
Throughout his studies, as well as upon graduation, Grishin continues to initiate and conduct group and solo exhibition of his works. Currently, Grishin is a member of the association of illustrators called Tzeh, which he joined in 2006. Not only has Grishin managed to earnestly participate in the group, but has also influenced numerous projects also., as witnessed by his partaking in the Moscow Biennale.
Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions:
2011- CONTRA MASTER, project within the 4th Moscow International Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow.
2011- Silent Hour, Exhibition of the winners of the ‘Contemporary Sculpture’ contest, organized by ‘START’ project (Vinzavod), Moscow.
2011- The Beach, festival of Contemporary Art ‘Psychonautics 3. The Force Field’, Moscow.
2010- The Last Supper, Installation, first place ‘Art Object in the Contemporary Art Museum’,, Erarta, St. Petersburg.
2010- Alma Mater project, Participated in “Sretenka Design Week”, Moscow.
2010- Halt, Who goes there? Project project “Stroganovka: Expanding the boundaries”, Moscow.
2010- Evening Cocktail, in collaboration with Aleksey Sokolov, 2nd Moscow International Biennale of Young art.
2008- Friend Tower, Group Project. Charity Against the Souvenirs, Art Gallery M’ARS.
2007- Way of Point, Workshop 07, Moscow Museum of Modern Art.
The artist is currently living and working in Russia.