Architect Alexander Brodsky { 58 images } Created 16 Nov 2009

Aleksander Brodsky was born in Moscow in 1955, and is an architect and an artist. In 1968-1969 he studied at Moscow Art School attached to the Academy of Arts. From 1972-1978 he studied at Moscow Institute of Architecture under M. A. Turkus, M. O. Barshch and B. G. Barkhin. From 1972-1992 he worked in cooperation with Ilya Utkin. He has participated in exhibitions since 1975.

He has taken part in more than 50 group exhibitions of architecture and the fine arts. He is a prizewinner of numerous international and Russian competitions and architectural shows. In 2001 he was awarded the Grand Prix at the exhibition of modern European art held in Milan.

He inhabited the Russian pavilion during the Venice Biennale of architecture in 2006. In my view, Brodsky is the most innovative person among Russia's contemporary architects, a deep thinker and a visionary.
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