Elena Mirolioubova (Elbe)

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Elena Mirolioubova (Elbe)
Born (1980-12-17) 17 December 1980 (age 41)
Saint Petersburg, Russia
🏳️ NationalityFrench
💼 Occupation

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Elena Mirolioubova (born 17 December 1980 in Saint Petersburg, Russia) is a French artist.

Elena Mirolioubova arrived in France in 1998 and began law studies as well as following courses on painting and photography. In 2004 she settles down in Paris and decides to focus only on art after her first exposition in Moscow under the name of Elena Elbe. In 2014 she decided to use her real name Elena Mirolioubova.

Her installations, paintings and photographs are regularly exhibited in Russia, Europe and United States. Sigmund Freud's Dreams Museum and the Vladimir Nabokov Museum in Saint Petersburg have hosted several of her exhibitions. In 2007, after meeting Maurice Lemaître, she led the project "Rediscovery of Russian Futurist Theatre in France" which she described in the Art Revue Performance in June 2008.

Represented by[edit]

  • Florent Maubert Gallery, Paris (France)
  • Marina Gisich Gallery, Saint-Petersburg (Russia)
  • FotoLoft Gallery in the Art Center WINZAVOD, Moscow (Russia)

ART FAIRS[edit]

  • 2012 NY ART FAIR
  • 2010 “SLICK “, Contemporary Art Fair, Museum of Modern Art City of Paris, Paris France
  • 2009- 2010 “NIGHT OF CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY”, SAINT-GERMAIN ART FAIR, Paris, France

Personal exhibitions[edit]

  • 2012 "Exogenesis", Paris, France
  • 2012 "Ghosts», FREUD’S DREAMS MUSEUM, St Petersburg, Russia
  • 2010 « Me, Myself and I » for Russian year in France with the help of the Minister of Culture of France, Fouquet's, Paris, France
  • 2010 « Network Failure »Galerie Fotoloft, Centre d’art contemporain Winzavod, Moscow, Russie
  • 2010 « Me, Myself and I » LAGALERIE, Paris, France
  • 2009 « Tre(ou)ble photographs», FREUD’S DREAMS MUSEUM, St Petersburg, Russia
  • 2008: Photograph exhibition, Le Simoun Gallery, Paris, France
  • 2008: «Woman», Le Simoun Gallery, Paris, France
  • 2007: «Source», Christian Siret Gallery, Paris, France
  • 2007: «Sirine's Letters II », VRG Gallery, Paris, France
  • 2006: «Sirine's Letters I», V.V. Nabokov Museum, St Petersburg, Russia
  • 2006: «TripTic», PhotoImage Galery, St Petersburg, Russia
  • 2005: «Her Father's Daughter II »,Freud’s Dream Museum, St Petersburg, Russia
  • 2004: «Her Father's Daughter I»,Freud’s Dreams Museum, St Petersburg, Russia
  • 2004: «Visual Lettres II», Black & White Gallery, St Petersburg, Russia
  • 2004: «Visual Letters I», Black & White Gallery, St Petersburg, Russia

Collective exhibitions[edit]

  • 2013 «Nouvelle Lune» Galerie Florent Maubert, Paris, France
  • 2011 «Me, Myself and I», ARC Gallery, Chicago, USA
  • 2011 «Mirror» Galerie Florent Maubert, Paris, France
  • 2011 «Odyssey» Galerie Florent Maubert, Paris, France
  • 2007: «Letters», Chicago Artists Month 2007 Program, Studio 207 Gallery, Chicago, United States[1]
  • 2007: «Letters» 2007 Poetry Fair, Ogi Club, Moscow, Russia
  • 2004: «Paris Moscow Backyards», DOM Gallery, Moscow, Russia

References[edit]

  1. Studio 207 Archived 2008-05-24 at the Wayback Machine — exhibition "Letters"

External links[edit]


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