Sergei Arhipov Helsinki

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Naive art painter

Sergei Arhipov was born in Salmi, Russian republic of Karelia.
In 1998 he moved to Finland from Murmansk, Russia.

The first personal exhibition of his art-works was held in Murmansk Art Museum, Russia, in 1991. One year later he had an exhibition in Rovaniemi Art Museum in Finland.

Sergei Arhipov is a member of artists group of TRIADA (Helsinki) and Finlands naivist painter’s association.

– Naive style of painting demonstrates positive feelings and humor, it is open-hearted, clear and natural, so as the child game, or animal’s eyes, or the dome of the sky. Naive painting is a simple look to the complicated things, – Sergei says.

Arhipov’s works are in private collections in Norway, Sweden, Netherlands, USA, Czech, Great Britain, Greece, Finland and Russia.

Boulogne-sur-Mer Exhibitions:

Mökki Galleria Turku 2017
Traide union school gallery Helsinki 2015
Art Cafe Turku 2014
Cultura-foundation culture hall Kasi Helsinki 2013
Turku Science Park Turku 2007
Russian and East-European institute Helsinki 2005-2007
Kraft culture gallery Turku 2005
Finland-Russia association Turku 2004-2007
International culture Center Turku 2002-2007
Regional Art Museum Murmansk, Russia 1991

Beffroi de Bruges, Salle Garemijn, Brugge, Belgium 2018
Exhibition Hall of St. Petersburg’s Painters association St. Petersburg, Russia 2017
Picasso Art Fair, Galerie Thuillier Paris, France 2016
Parallax Art Fair London, GB 2016
1-st Salon Internacional De Arte Naif Bogota, Colombia 2015
Art Trend International Art fair at Stieglitz Palace Saint-Petersburg 2015
8-th Art Naif Festival in Szyb Wilson Gallery Katowice, Poland 2015
Triada –Art Union in St-Petersburg’s Hermitage Vyborg, Russia 2015
Naivists of Finland in Tallinn Estonia 2015
International Exhibitions of Art and Design Kyoto, Japan 2013-2014
Triada –Art Union exhibitions Helsinki from 2009
Naivists of Finland association exhibitions Finland & abroad from 2007
Ars Jok’Vars Art Fair Jämsä, Finland 2002-2005
Lapin Regional Art Museum Rovaniemi, Finland 1992