Misha Levin

Education:

2010-2011 ICA Moscow, The educational program "New Strategies in Contemporary Art Education"
2007-2009 Prince’s Drawing School, Drawing Programme, Postgraduate Diploma
2003-2007 Slade School of Fine Art, BA Fine Art
2001-2003 Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Life drawing course

Prizes, Scholarships and Awards:

2010 Became member of the Moscow Union of Artists
2009 Awarded the diploma of the prizewinner and received a medal for contribution in art development at the First International Salon of art “Route of Unity” dedicated to 285 years of Russian Academy of Arts
2007 Special Award (prize) ‘Young Artist’ of  the 1st Moscow International Art Festival "Traditions and Modern Life" in the Manezh, Moscow
1993 Laureate of the International Children’s Competition Christmas Card 93 in London
1992 Prizewinner at the Children’s Art Work Festival in Moscow
1991 Painting “King Solomon and a Bee” based on the well-known biblical story formed the design for a greetings Card published in the USA

Solo Exhibitions:

March 2012 Solo exhibition “Faces”, Synagogue on Bronnay street, Moscow
February 2011 Solo exhibition “The other side of the world”, culture centre ‘House on Patriarshi’, Moscow
October 2008 Solo exhibition, Vavilon, Samara
February 2006 Solo exhibition, Shepherd Market Gallery, London
2003-2005 Permanent exhibition in the Gallery №1 on Smolenskaya Embankment, Moscow
September 2002 Solo exhibition, Palace of Nations, Geneva
September 2001 Solo exhibition, Gallery 27, London
July 1998 Solo exhibition at Colmar (France) during the 10th International Music Festival of Vladimir Spivakov

Group Exhibitions:

July 2012, took part in International Art Festival "Traditions and Modern Life" in the 'Manezh', Moscow
December 2011, took part in Art Manezh, project “Humans configuration”, Moscow
Semtember 2011, took part in Fourth Moscow Bienalle of Contemprary Art, parallel programme, exhibition “Space not”
July 2011, took part in “Today-Tomorrow” at the Museum of Modern Art, Moscow
June 2011, took part in the exhibition “Cartography of possibility”, Central House of Artist, Moscow
December 2010, one painting was exhibited as part of the collection of Mikhail Alshibaya at Art Manezh
October 2010, exhibited with Timur Tsaku at the gallery Chiffre, Moscow   
January 2010, participated in the exhibition ‘World of painting and sculpture’ at the Central House of Artist’, Moscow
December 2009, took part in Art Manezh, Moscow
From April to May 2009, took part in the exhibition ‘Dialects’ part Two in Pushkin House, London
December 2008 - January 2009, participated in the First International Salon of art “Route of Unity” dedicated to 285 years of Russian Academy of Arts, Moscow
November 2008, took part in “Injection of the Rip Off” at The Cobden Club, London
March 2008, took part in “Dialects” at the Pushkin House in Bloomsbury, London 
March 2008, took part in the 2nd Moscow International Art Festival "Traditions and Modern Life" in the 'Manezh', Moscow
October-November 2007, took part in “SaLon Art Fair 2007 Show”, an exhibition featuring the best of SaLon’s Summer & Autumn 2007 Group Shows, SaLon Gallery, London
January 2007, took part in the 1st Moscow International Art Festival "Traditions and Modern Life" in the Manezh, Moscow 
2003 Group exhibit at the Art Fair “Art-Moscow” in the Manezh, Moscow
1999 Group exhibit at the USA Ambassadors residence house in Moscow
1996 Group exhibit at the Taft Museum, Cincinnati
1994 Group exhibit in the university gallery in Cincinnati, the USA
1991 Group exhibit at the Central House of Artists, Jewish Children’s Artwork Festival, Moscow
1991 Group exhibit of children’s artwork at the Central House of Writers, Moscow

Collections:

Paintings were presented to the President of Russia Boris Eltsin, Her Majesty the Queen of Britain, Prince Charles of Wales, Prince Michael of Kent, the Princess of Thailand.
Private collections: Georgi Hazinkov, Vladimir Spivakov, Aleksandr Smuzikov, Leonid Goldberg, Mikhail Baitin, Andrei Cheglakov, Mikhail Alshibaya, Mark Kurzer.

Museums:

State Russian Museum, Saint. Petersburgh Russia
Taft Museum in Cincinnati, USA
Museum of contemporary russian art in Jersey City, USA