Philip Firsov Art/Biography

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Philip Firsov Art/Biography
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Philip Firsov (born 8 April 1985 in Moscow) is a British painter and sculptor of Russian origin. Born in the family of two Russian composers Elena Firsova and Dmitri Smirnov, he left Russia in the age of 6. The family settled in England. From the age of 15 he studied art privately with Russian artist and restorer Alexander Kolesnik, and then continued his education in Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Foundation, Slade School of Fine Art, BA in Fine Art, and Prince's Drawing School, Post Graduate Scheme.


Education
2014–2016: Studied Historic and Ornamental Woodcarving, Diploma at City and Guilds School of Art in Kennington Park Rd. London
2008–2009: Prince's Drawing School, Post Graduate Scheme
2007: Artist in Residence, Cucuteni Symposium "Human", Iasi, Romania; Diploma of Excellence
2007: Painting Symposium, Campina, Romania; Diploma of Excellence
2004–2008: Slade School of Fine Art, BA in Fine Art
2003–2004: Central Saint Martin’s, Foundation
2000–2005: Privately studied Atelier of Russian Artist and Restorer, Alexander Kolesnik, Acme Studios, Deptford


Solo exhibitions
2017: 1 July. Dante Divine Comedy etchings. Official artist. Russian Summer Ball, The Honorable Artillery Company, City Road, London
2017: 1 July. Dante Divine Comedy etchings. Russian Jubilee Ball, Foyer, Draper's Hall, London
2016: December. Solo Exhibition No. 1 Primrose Street, London
2016: July. Official artist. Russian Summer Ball, Lancaster House, London
2015: November. Divine Comedy Triptych, ink drawing at Teatro della Tosse, Piazza Renato Negri, 6, Genova GE, Italy
2015: August. Divine Comedy Triptych, ink drawing at Chiesa di San Rocco, Corso IV Novembre, Asiago, Italy
2015: July. Official artist. Russian Summer Ball, Lancaster House, London
2014: July. Official artist. Russian Summer Ball, Cavalry and Guards Club, London
2013: 26 November – 1 December. "Entwined" The Crypt Gallery St Pancras New Church, Euston Rd NW1 London
2013: September. Nati Gallery, 22 Warren Street, London
2012: October Solo Exhibition, Nati Gallery, Warren Street London W1T 5LU
2012: Februaery Philip Firsov and Phoebe Cope. TwentyTwo to TwentySix. London
2011: 9–18 May "My Russia ReDrawn" — Solo Exhibition at Frameless Gallery, 20 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1
2010: October/November "Exodus" — Solo Exhibition at Frameless Gallery, 20 Clerkenwell Green, London EC1
2010: October Solo Exhibition in Supperclub Aclam Rd Portobello
2007: Exhibition of Cupola Gallery, Iasi, Romania
2007: Exhibition of sculptures and films, Brunel Museum, Rotherhithe, London
2006: Artist in Residence, Dartington Summer Music Festival (Devon), Shipon Gallery
2006: Artist in Residence, Oxford Contemporary Music Festival, Jacqueline du Pré music Building, St. Hilda's College, Oxford
2005: Cheltenham Triptych of Paintings, The Pitville Pump Room, Cheltenham Music Festival, Cheltenham
2005: Sculpture Installation, Window Gallery Central Saint Martin’s, Charing Cross Road, London
Selected group exhibitions
2017: June. Etchings. Hampstead Art Fair, London
2016: April. Oxford and Cambridge Club, Pall Mall, London
2015: September. Parergon Gallery, Shepherd's Market, London
2011: November. Hanover Music Society. Exhibition of 3 paintings on Kubla Khan. Projection of works on Music Stage during the concert.
2011: October, Group Show Assisi Galleria Comunale. Contemporary Art Residency Ginestrelle. Sculpture of St Francis (in wood).
2010: June–August, Summer Contemporary, Fulham Art Fair by Salon Art Bizarre in association with Unique Art Gallery on 595 King’s Road.
2010: 7–21 June, Art Exhibition '20 years of Russians in Britain', Europa Gallery, Sutton Library, St.Nicholas Way, Sutton, Surrey SM1 1EA
2008: Dialects: Part 1, Pushkin House (Russian Cultural Centre), Bloomsbury Way
2008: Paintings in Association with Salon Russe, Brunel Museum, Rotherhithe, London
2008: Russian Winter Season, 54 Gallery, Mayfair, London
2008: Paintings, Sculptures and Films at MC Motors, Dalston
2007: Film screenings Melange Social Club, Hackney, London
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SH-O-S-T-A-K-O-V-I-CH (letters). 10 pictures: acrylic paint on paper A1 each, 2005