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  1. Igor Samolet

    Born in 1984, Russia

    ENG

    Igor Samolet is a Russian artist, born in 1984 in the north of Russia, in 2013 graduated from the Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia.

    In his works, Igor Samolet looks through the nature of human relationships, examining them through social, civil and digital filters. Complicated drama is inherent to all the artist’s projects: from comedy to a genuine drama of a person often marginalized or considered to be so due to new social Russian norms that have replaced temporal freedom of speech and self-expression. Samloet interprets the image of modern human as a person who experiences emotional instability, which makes him vulnerable to answer the question: "how to be happy in the proposed historical circumstances?"

    In contrast to the traditions of postmodernism, which hides the artist’s personality behind a set of quotes, Igor’s projects are personified. Igor's work is documental in its nature (due to the artist’s medium), but not autobiographical. The author displays his everyday experience as the main reference point in the creation of his works. Describing his reaction to time, the author finds himself as a participant of global historical processes, thereby the author’s biography dissolves in the general body of history, becoming part of it.

    Samolet’s method is not limited to a single way of expression. He is interested in development of the traditional genre of photography - the main artist’s medium - in the direction of installation and performative photography.

    Igor Samolet began as a photojournalist, but now he has come to what he calls “performative photography”. The essence of the author’s method is to simulate a certain situation in a frame that unfolds in time and space according to some scenario, but without a certain ending.

    In his installations, Samolet goes further in understanding what a digital image is and no longer works with photography, in the traditional sense, but with screenshots of the smartphone screen (chats, playlists, screensavers, etc.), stitching them into objects. That’s how he checks the strength of the narrative structure of the frame and rebuilds usual optics of perception of the photo image.

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    Igor Samolet was born in 1984 in the north of Russia. In 2013 he graduated from the Rodchenko Moscow School of Photography and Multimedia with major in "Project Photography". In 2013 he released a photo book called “Be Happy!”, which received a silver medal of the 2014 German Photobook Award and was included in the third volume of the “History of Photobooks” edited by Martin Parr. The projects “Drunken Confessions” and “Breakfast for Artem” were included in the short list of the “Innovation” prize in 2018. He participated in the grant program of the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art (2018–2019; 2019–2020). In 2019, Igor Samolet became the winner of the prestigious award for young artists Credit Suisse and Cosmoscow. In 2019, his personal project "Energy of Mistake" was shown at the Multimedia Art Museum Moscow.

    As participant: “FOTO WIEN”, “7th Hamburg Photographic Triennial 18”, “Athens Photo Festival: 18”, “Circulation (s) 2018. Festival of Young European Photography”, “Plat (t) form 18”, “X Moscow International Biennale “Fashion and Style in Photography 2017”, “Voices Off Festival”, “F / STOP 2016 Photography Festival”, “Riga Photomont”, “Manifesta 10”, “Vienna Photobook Festival”, Ural Industrial Biennale, steirischerherbst'20 and others

    RUS

    Игорь Самолет – российский художник, родился в 1984 году на севере Росиии, 2013 году окончил Moscow Photography and Multimedia School n.a.Rodchenko.

    В своих работах Игорь Самолет обращается к природе человеческих взаимоотношений, преломляя и рассматривая их через социальный, гражданский и цифровой фильтры.  Всем проектам художника присуща сложная драматургия: от комедийности до подлинного драматизма личности, часто маргинальной или считающейся таковой в силу новых российских социальных норм, пришедших на смену кратковременной свободе слова и самовыражения. Самолет трактует образ современного
    человека через его эмоциональную неустойчивость, показывая его уязвимость перед ответом на вопрос: "как быть счастливым в предложенных исторических обстоятельствах?".

    В отличие от традиций постмодернизма, скрывающего личность художника за набором цитат, проекты Игоря персонифицированы. Природа работ Игоря документальна (в силу выбранного медиума), но не автобиографична. Автор выводит свой повседневный опыт создания и потребления цифрового контента как главную точку опоры в создании своих работ. Описывая свою реакцию на время, автор, обнаруживает себя участником глобальных исторических процессов, тем самым биография автора растворяется в общем теле истории, становлясь его частью.

    Самолет в своем творчестве не ограничивается каким-то одним выразительным средством. Его интересует развитие традиционного фотографического жанра – главного для художника медиума – в направлении инсталляции и перформативной фотографии. 

    Игорь Самолет начинал как репортажный фотограф, но сейчас пришел к тому, что он называет «перформативной фотографией» Суть авторского метода которой состоит в моделировании в кадре определенной ситуации, разворачивающейся во времени и пространстве по некому сценарию, но без утвержденного финала.

    В своих инсталляциях Самолет идет дальше в понимании, что такое цифровое изображение и работает уже не с фотографией, в традиционном понимании, а со скриншотами экрана смартфона (чаты, плей-листы, заставки и пр), сшивая их в объекты. Тем самым проверяет на прочность нарративную структуру кадра и перестраивая привычную оптику восприятия фотоизображения.

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    Игорь Самолет родился в 1984 году на севере России. В 2013  закончил Московскую школу фотографии и мультимедиа им. Родченко по направлению «Проектная фотография».  В 2013 году выпустил фотокнигу be happy!, которая получила серебрянную медаль конкурса German Photobook Award 2014 и была включена в третий том «Истории фотокниг» под редакцией Мартина Парра. Проекты «Пьяные Признания» и «Завтрак для Артема» вошли в шорт-лист премии «Инновация» в 2018. Участник грантовой программы Музея современного искусства «Гараж» (2018—2019; 2019—2020). В 2019 году Игорь Самолет стал лауреатом престижной премии для молодых художников Credit Suisse и Cosmoscow. В 2019 был показан персональный проект "Энергия ошибки" в Multimedia Art Museum Moscow.

    Участник: «FOTO WIEN», «7th Hamburg Photography Triennale 18», «Athens Photo Festival:18»,«Circulation(s) 2018. Festival of young European photography», «Plat(t)form 18», «X Moscow International Biennale Fashion and style in photography 2017», «Voices Off Festival», «F/STOP 2016 Festival for Photography», «Riga photomonth», «Manifesta 10», «Vienna photo book festival», Ural Industrial Biennial,  steirischerherbst’20 и других

    Contact

    https://www.facebook.com/igor.samolyot

    igorsamolet7@gmail.com

    Education

    2011 — 2013 Moscow Photography and Multimedia School n.a. Rodchenko

    2003 — 2008 Syktyvkar State University, Graphic designer

    Solo exhibitions

    2019 — 2020 «Energy of a mistake» (сurator Anya Zaitseva), Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, Russia 

    2019 — «Dragon Head», Richter space, Scene Gallery, Moscow, Russia 31 December 2018 - 10 January 2019

    2018 — «Complicated hugs», MaximBoxer Gallery, Moscow, Russia 7.12.2018

    2018 — «Reciprocal accusations», Workshop Foundation of  Vladimir Smirnov and Konstantin Sorokin, Moscow, Russia 4.10.2018

    2018 — «Herbarium» Circulation(s) 2018, 104 CENTQUATRE, Paris, France

    2017 — «Drunk confessions» Workshop Foundation of  Vladimir Smirnov and Konstantin Sorokin, Moscow, Russia 22/12/2017

    2017 — «See me more» Atelier AM ECK gallery, Dusseldorf, Germany 16/11/2017

    2017 — «Sophisticated hugs» Syktyvkar, Russia

    2017 — «Breakfast for Artem», сurator Anya Zaitseva, («X Moscow International Biennale Fashion and style in photography 2017»), CENTRAL EXHIBITION HALL MANEGE, Moscow, Russia

    2016 — «Herbarium», Uglich, Russia

    2015 — «Herbarium», Fotodepartament, St. Petersburg, Russia 

    2015 — «Herbarium» , сurator Anya Zaitseva, MOSCOW MUSEUM OF MODERN ART (IX Moscow International Biennale Fashion and style in photography 2015), Moscow, Russia 

    2015 — «Be happy - I'm happy», Bogorodskaya gallery, Moscow, Russia /Censored and closed/

    2014 — «I live in a rosette», ROSIZO, Moscow, Russia 

    2012 — «Steam» VINZAVOD Art Center, Moscow, Russia 

    2008 — «Balcony», Gallery Shuperski, Poznan, Poland 

    2007 — «№7», Syktyvkar, Russia 

    Selected exhibitions

    2019 — «Gentle touches of digital bodies», (сurated by Anastasia Albokrinova), Victoria Gallery, Samara 

    2019 — «AFTER US», (сurated by Vladimir Seleznev), Ural branch of the NCCA-ROSIZO, St., Ekaterinburg, Russia 

    2019 — «Random dream generator», (сurated by Julia Vergazova), New wing of the Gogol House, Moscow, Russia 

    2019 — «faith in a deep crisis», (сurated by Vera Trakhtenberg), Victoria Gallery, Samara 
    (installation "Not sure if you need it, but you should know that I am taking a bath in coniferous concentrate") 18 мау - 23 june 19

    2019 — «Will you be a witness? 2007/19», (сurated by Katia Goryaeva), Center for Modern Art «Factory», Moscow (installation "Santa-Barbara (Series 1721)") 18 мау -11 june 19

    2019 — «Ostlook Platform: How to Deal with History?» (сurated by Jewgeni Roppe) The Folklore State Centre of Georgia, Tbilisi, Georgia (work "Herbarium") 5 maу 19

    2019 — «Über Leben am Land», (сurator: Verena Kaspar-Eisert) KUNST HAUS WIEN, Vienna, Austria 23 march -25 august 2019

    2018 — «sans (t)rêve et sans merci» (сurator: Ivan Novikov), CUBE Moscow, Moscow, Russia 14 fev -14 march 19

    2018 — «Digital landscape»,  (сurator: Cornelius Stiefenhofer) Havremagasinet, Boden, Sweden (installation "Marshmallow-flavored marshmallow") 27 October 2018 – 13 Januari 2019

    2018 — «Fringes», (сurator: Kristina Romanova, Nail Farkhatdinov) Department of Research Arts, Pavilion "Optics", VDNH, Moscow, Russia (installation "Waltz")

    2018 — «Rodchenko’s School. A Selection», МАММ, Moscow, Russia

    2018 — «Athens Photo Festival:18», Benaki museum, Athens, Greece (work "Herbarium")

    2018 — «Ostlook Exhibition. Contemporary Photography from East» (7th Hamburg Photography Triennale, Gallery 21, Hamburg, Germany  (curator by Jewgeni Roppel) (work "Herbarium")

    2018 — «Circulation(s) 2018. Festival of young European photography», 104 CENTQUATRE, Paris, France (work "Herbarium")

    2018 — «Connection. Contemporary Russian photography», Gallery Kvaka 22, Belgrade, Serbia (curated by Olga Matveeva) (installation "Mountain")

    2018 — «Familienarchiv», Theater am Steg, Baden, Austria (curator by Elena Konyushikhina) (work "Breakfast for Artem")

    2018 — «Exhibition of nominees for the Innovation Award 2018», The National Lenin Library, Moscow, Russia (curator by Alexander Burenkov)

    2017 — «Rodchenko School. New Generation of Russian Art. Photography and multimedia», RINZINGER PROJEKTE, Vienna, Austria (curator by Olga Sviblova) (work "Breakfast for Artem")

    2017 — «Rehearsals of pleasure / and other conditions», Regina gallery, Moscow, Russia

    2017 — «Orgy of things» Workshop Foundation of  Vladimir Smirnov and Konstantin Sorokin, curator Vladimir Logutov and Ilya Samorukov, Moscow, Russia

    2016 — «New spread», The Lumiere Brothers Center for Photography, Moscow, Russia 

    (books "be happy")

    2016 — «Dialogs», Syktyvkar, Russia 

    2016 — «About SR. 10 years of Rodchenko's school» МАММ, Moscow, Russia

    2016 — «Night of Photography», Tbilisi, Georgia

    2016 — «Only non-official language», VINZAVOD Art Center, Moscow, Russia

    2016 — «F/STOP 2016 Festival for Photography», Baumwollspinnerei, Leipzig, Germany (25. June - 3. Jule)

    2016 — «Arkhangelsk Photo Festival», Arkhangelsk, Russia (20 May –  June)

    2016 — «Territory», Railway Museum, Riga Photomonth 2016, Riga, Latvia

    2015 — «Something is up», Brewhouse art-center, Special Progects The 6th Moscow Biennale of contemporary art, Moscow, Russia

    2015 — «Trends», NEW WING of Gogol House, Special Progects The 6th Moscow Biennale of contemporary art, Moscow, Russia

    2015 — «Paths», Hilger next gallery, Vienna, Austria 

    2015 — «Construction. Photography in search of approach», Photoparade in Uglich, Russia

    2015 — «Competitive Exhibition Photomania 2015», Festival "Baltic Biennale of Photography", Kaliningrad, Russia

    2015 — «The Smell Of Dust» Brazil, France, Italy, Switzerland, Netherlands 

    2014 — «Troublemakers» Flakon, Moscow, Russia

    2014 — «SNOECKSshow» Schipperskappel, Brugge, Belgium

    2012-2016 — «Mooseberry. International plein air» Syktyvkar, Russia

    2014 — «Young Russian Photography» Norilsk, Syktyvkar, Russia

    2014 — «Generation START», Manifesta10, St. Petersburg, Russia 

    2014 — «Inventing everyday life» Manifesta10, St. Petersburg, Russia

    2014 — «Twelve thinking photographers» Manifesta10, St. Petersburg, Russia

    2013 — «Most», Slubice, Poland

    2013 — «Five» Gallery HilgerNEXT, Vienna, Austria

    2013 — «To See» Fotodepartament, St. Petersburg, Russia

    2013 — «Fotobase» All Russian Decorative Art Museum, Moscow, Russia

    2013 — «Distance» Fabrika, Moscow, Russia

    2013 — «The happy end» МАММ, Moscow, Russia

    2012 — «Closed during restorations. Internal works» ARTPLAY, Moscow, Russia

    Festivals/participant

    2020 —  steirischerherbst’20, Graz, Austria

    2019 —  special projects Ural Industrial Biennial, Ekaterinburg, Russia

    2019 — FOTO WIEN, Vienna, Austria 

    2019 — «KOLGA TBILISI PHOTO», Tbilisi, Georgia

    2018 — «7th Hamburg Photography Triennale 18», Hamburg, Germany

    2018 — «Circulation(s) 2018. Festival of young European photography», Paris, France

    2018 — «Plat(t)form 18» (Fotomuseum Winterthur), Winterthur, Switzerland

    2017 — «X Moscow International Biennale Fashion and style in photography 2017», Moscow, Russia

    2017 — «Photobookfest 17», Moscow, Russia

    2016 — «Tbilisi Photo Festival», Tbilisi, Georgia

    2016 — «Festival Form», Moscow, Russia

    2016 — «Voices Off Festival», Arles, France

    2016 — «F/STOP 2016 Festival for Photography», Leipzig, Germany (25. June - 3. Jule)

    2016 — «Photoparade in Uglich»», Uglich, Russia

    2016 — «Arkhangelsk Photo Festival», Arkhangelsk, Russia (20 May –  June)

    2016 — «Riga photomonth», Riga, Latvia

    2015 — «The 6th Moscow Biennale of contemporary art», Moscow, Russia

    2015 — «Voices Off Festival», Arles, France

    2015 — «Photoparade in Uglich»», Russia

    2015 — «Baltic Biennale of Photography», Kaliningrad, Russia

    2015 — «IX Moscow International Biennale Fashion and style in photography 2015», Moscow, Russia

    2014 — «Manifesta 10», St. Petersburg, Russia

    2013 — «Vienna photo book festival», Viena, Austria

    Prizes

    2019 —  Credit Suisse Cosmoscow Prize for Young Artists, winner

    2019 — All-Russian competition of young artists NOVA ART 201 (Long list)

    2018—2019 — Grant program of the museum Garage 2018-2019 

    2018 — The work "Drunk confessions" was included in the long list the Sergey Kuryokhin Award 2018

    2018 — The work "breakfast for Artem" and "Drunk confessions" was included in the short list Art Innovation Price 2018

    2018 — The work "Breakfast for Artem", entered the list of "Works of the year: 2017", according to aroundart.org

    2018 — «Plat(t)form 18» /one of the eight Plat(t)form artists whose work was chosen as especially convincing/» (Fotomuseum Winterthur), Winterthur, Switzerland

    2016 — «Voices Off Festival», short list

    2015 — «Voices Off Festival», short list

    2015 — Piter photo fest, winner

    2014 — German Photobook Award, silver medal 

    2003 — Third Youth Delphic Games, bronze medal

    Artist-in-residency programs

    2020 — PROGR, an artistic center and cultural hub, Bern, Switzerland

    2018 — Swedish Lapland AiR at Havremagasinet Boden, Luleå, Sweden

    2017 — Workshop Foundation of  Vladimir Smirnov and Konstantin Sorokin, Moscow, Russia

    2017 — Atelierhaus, cultural exchange between Moscow and Dusseldorf, Dusseldorf, Germany

    2015 — AIR BARENTS 2015 (Residency grant),  Tromsø (Lofoten Islands), Bogen, Norway

    Porfolio viewing

    2019 — Ankaria Foundation,  Multimedia Art Museum of Moscow (MAMM), Moscow

    2018 — «Plat(t)form 18» /one of the eight Plat(t)form artists whose work was chosen as especially convincing/» (Fotomuseum Winterthur), Winterthur, Switzerland

    2016 — «Voices Off Festival», Arles, France

    Publishing

    syg.ma (27 jan 2020)

    thewallmagazine.ru  (19 yan 2020)

    PHOTONEWS Juni 2019 cover ( Jun, 2019)

    PHOTONEWS Juni 2019 cover ( Jun, 2019)

    next.liberation.fr (Mar 25th, 2019)

    birdinflight.com (Feb 22th, 2019)

    Foam Magazine #51 (Avg 28th, 2018)

    aroundart.org /( Feb 22th, 2018)

    aroundart.org /( Jan 2th, 2018)

    arttube.ru /( Dec 25th, 2017)

    birdinflight.com /(Nov 2th, 2017)

    fkmagazine.lv /(Nov 2th, 2017)

    aroundart.org /( Jun 26th, 2017)

    aroundart.org (Apr 17th, 2017)

    AMPLITUDE №1 (May 12th, 2017)

    colta.ru (Feb 14th, 2017)

    bleek-magazine.ru (Feb 9th, 2017)

    fkmagazine.lv (May 12th, 2016)

    At Face Value and Beyond/Photographic Constructions of Reality. Monika Schwärzler /95-105pages/ (2016)

    Dialogues Arts Magazine (№3, 2015)

    Self Publish, Be Happy: A DIY Photobook Manual and Manifesto (Nov, 2015)

    i-ref.de  (Nov 30th, 2015)

    Huck 52 – The Documentary Photography Special III (Sept, 19th, 2015)

    calvertjournal.com (Jul 29th, 2015)

    ignant.de (May 22th, 2015)

    blog.grainedephotographe.com (May 7th, 2015)

    juxtapoz.com (Apr 25th, 2015)

    dergreif-online.de  (Apr 17th, 2015)

    featureshoot.com (Apr 16th, 2015) 

    thesmellofdust.com (Apr 6th, 2015) 

    rusplt.ru (Jun 30th, 2015)

    Snoecks (2015)

    "The Photobook: A History Volume III" by Parr/Badger (2014)

    www.photographer.ru (Jul 7th, 2014)

    theguardian.com (Jun 10th, 2014)

    calvertjournal.com (Apr 30th, 2014)

    photobookstore.co.uk (Mar 12th, 2014)

    blog.photoeye.com (Feb 24th, 2014)

    josefchladek.com (2014)

    www.photographer.ru (Nov 27th, 2013)

    vice.com (Nov 27th, 2012)

    chemodan.jp

    «Surat» magazine

    «Art» magazine

    ikonamag.ru