Evgeniy Monahov

Evgeniy Monahov

Was born in Moscow in 1974.

1996 he graduates from Moscow State Academic Art School in Remembrance of the Year 1905 with honors.

2001 Evgeniy Monahov first exhibits his works at the prestigious Richard Thomas Galleries, California.

From this moment, his paintings start traveling around the world.

2002 - the painter graduates from V.I. Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute (the studio of professors M.G. Abakumov and V.M. Sidorov) and enters into the Creative Union of the Artists of Russia and the International Federation of the Unions of Artists. Monahov works with the leading galleries of London and Dublin, Medici Gallery and Oriel Gallery.

At Oriel Gallery, his works are exhibited next to the paintings of classic Irish artists whose art is demonstrated in The National Gallery of Ireland nearby.

2004 - Santa Fe mayor and the Fine Art Museum director invite Evgeniy Monahov to a big-scale U.S.‑Russian culture project, Russian Summer in Santa Fe. The painter participates in a collective exhibition at the Andreeva Gallery, together with top Russian artists. the same year, an exhibition is launched at Whitestone Gallery, Japan.

2005 - Monahov’s solo exhibition is held at the Andreeva Gallery (Santa Fe, USA), which becomes a notable event in the cultural life of the city. In the same year the painter wins an award at an American portrait competition with his triptych “Theo”, “Zack”, “Meg”.

2006 - a long-lasting cooperation with Galeries Bartoux (France), begins. Monahov’s paintings are exhibited at Champs Elysees (Paris), in Cannes, Honfleur and Courchevel.

2012 - a big solo exhibition is arranged at G8 Gallery (Moscow, Russia).

2013 - the second solo exhibition takes place at G8 Gallery (Moscow, Russia).

2015 - The Spanish Album solo exhibition at Malaya Bronnaya, 32 Gallery (Moscow, Russia) is organized. Paintings by Evgeniy Monahov are part of museum and private collections around the world.