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Sergei Isupov Sergei Isupov (born August 17, 1963) is a ceramic artist born in Stavropol, Russia now living in Cummington, Massachusetts, United States and Tallinn, Estonia. He is represented by Ferrin Contemporary. He was educated at the Ukrainian State Art School in Kiev and went on to graduate in 1990 from the Art Institute of Tallinn in Estonia with Bachelor of Arts and Master of Fine Arts degrees in ceramic art. He has since exhibited widely in both solo and group exhibitions, received several awards and his work is held in many galleries and private collections.
Vyacheslav Isupov Vyacheslav Alekseyevich Isupov (; born 16 January 1993) is a Russian football goalkeeper who plays for FC Khimki.
Sergei Isupov Isupov's parents are both artists, his father, Vladimir, being a painter and his mother, Nelli, a folk sculptor working in ceramics. His brother, Ilya, is a painter. Sergei emigrated to the United States in 1993.
Vyacheslav Isupov He made his debut in the Russian Second Division for FC Lokomotiv-2 Moscow on 15 July 2013 in a game against FC Khimki.
Lviv State Choreographic School Moreover, Petros Malkhasiants (Honored Artist of Ukraine), Mikhail Zaslavs’kiy (Honored Artist of Buriatiya), German Isupov (Honored Artist of Ukraine), Nina Pospelova, Sergey Naenko, Galina Klescheva should be mentioned.
Igromania The first issue of "Igromania" came out in September 1997. The magazine was founded by Evgeny Isupov and Alexander Parchuk who were both originally engaged in publishing books in Best Computer Games series and later decided to enter the magazine publishing business. "Igromania" is published by Igromedia publishing house, along with fantasy & science fiction magazine "Mir Fantastiki".
Vitreography Since 1981 over 100 artists have worked in collaboration with Littleton Studios to publish vitreograph prints. They include Harvey Littleton's colleagues in glass art, Dale Chihuly, Erwin Eisch, Shane Fero, Stanislav Libenský, Paul Stankard, Therman Statom, Sybren Valkema and Ann Wolff. Littleton also invited painters, sculptors and printmakers to Littleton Studios to explore the possibilities and limitations of vitreography. Painters Walter Darby Bannard, Louisa Chase, Herb Jackson, Mildred Thompson, Emilio Vedova and John Wilde; potters Cynthia Bringle and John Glick, sculptors Sergei Isupov and Italo Scanga and printmakers Glen Alps, Ken Kerslake, Karen Kunc, Judith O’Rourke and Dan Welden are a few of the artists whose work has been published by the studio.
Yuri Komelkov It's the first private gallery in the capital, founded in 1988 by 5 co-founders (Olexander Milovzorov, Volodymyr Isupov, Nelli Isupova, Nataliya Pikush and Nina Lapchik), artists, who set the central focus of its activity (fine and decorative art). For its popularity among artists, the writer Andriy Kurkov called it "the cornerstone of Andriyivskyy Descent". Its exhibitions got into the headlines. For instance, Den covered Lyudmila Bruyevich's exhibition, Zerkalo Nedeli wrote about Nelli Isupova's exhibition. The gallery exhibitions were also covered in foreign reports. Latvian daily Diena (Riga) announced Yanis Meletskis' exhibition, which was held under the aegis of Embassy of Latvia in Ukraine (1998).
Biruchiy contemporary art project — Inara Bagirova, Olga Berezyuk, Kateryna Berlova, , Andriy Bludov, Kateryna Buchatska, Mykhaylo Buksha, Mykhaylo Deyak, , Nataliya Filonenko, Olga Gaydash, Lyzaveta German, Kseniya Gnylytska, Zakentiy Gorobyov, Anna Gydora, Illya Isupov, , Nataliya Karpinska, Sergiy Klepach, Dariya Koltsova, Mykyta Kravtsov, Yuri Kruchak, Valeriy Kumanovsky, Mariya Lanko, Iryna Lastovkina, Kateryna Libkind, Anton Logov, Maksym Mamsikov, , Nina Murashkina, Mariya Pasichnyk, Viktoriya Perevoznikova, Yuri Pikul, Viktor Pokydanets, Sonya Pomogaybo, Kyrylo Protsenko, , Denys Ruban, Oleksiy Say, Elmira Shemsedynova, Andriy Siguntsov, Stanislav Sylantyev, Gnat Solomko, Yuri Solomko, Anna Sorokova, Vasil Tatarsky, Oleg Tistol, Valeriya Trubina, Myroslav Vaida, Anna Valieva, Petro Vladimirov, , Alina Yakubenko, Yuri Yefanov, Andriy Zelinsky, Oleksandr Zhyvotkov, Ujif_notfound /Georgiy Potopalsky/, GAZ group /Vasil Grublyak, Oleksiy Zolotaryov/ (Kyiv); Mykola Matsenko, Mykyta Shylimov, Volodymyr Yakovets (Cherkasy); Mykyta Shalenniy (Dnipropetrovsk); Anatoliy Tatarenko (Donetsk); Irina Antonyuk, Vasyl Antonyuk, Vitaliy Kokhan, Tetyana Malynovska, Roman Mykhaylov, , Olena Polyashchenko, Oksana Solop, Larysa Stadnyk, Andriy Stogniy, Ivan Svitlychniy, Anton Tkachenko, Artem Volokitin, Oleksiy Yalovega, Oleg Drozdov's architectural workshop /Oleg Drozdov, Bogdan Volynsky, Sergiy Kostyaniy, Vitaliy Pravyk/, Sviter group /Lera Polyanskova, Maksym Robotov/ (Kharkiv); , Vyacheslav Mashnytsky, Totem group /Stas Volyazlovsky/ (Kherson); Yevgen Koroletov (Luhansk); Yuri Biley, Pavlo Kovach, Yuri Koval, Viktor Lavniy, Oleksandr Matvienko, Stanislav Turina, Anton Varga, Sergiy Yakunin (Lviv); Inna Bobrova, , Andriy Chepurko, Oleksiy Markitan, Rustam Mirzoev, Yulia Mirzoeva, Dmytro Moldavanov, Taras Zaviruykha (Mykolaiv); Oleksiy Chepygin, Dmytro Dulfan, Igor Gusev, Stepan Ryabchenko, Nata Trandafir, Albina Yaloza, Apl315 /Glib Sharoglazov/ (Odesa); Oleksandr Shirokov (Sevastopol); Anna Bekerska (Simferopol); Sergiy Dubovets, Vadim Kharabaruk, Mykhaylo Khodanych, Ivan Nebesnyk, Marsel Onysko, Robert Saller, Nataliya Shevchenko, Andriy Stegura, Nataliya Tartay, Ruslan Tremba (Uzhgorod); Anna Bykova, Andriy Orlov, Anastasia Skorikova (Yalta); Marta Berezhnenko, Volodymyr Borodin, Yevgen Kompaneychenko, Olga Kyrychenko, Vsevolod Medvedev, Gennadiy Nikitin, Dmytro Tsipunov, Zheton group /Yevgen Fomenko, Anton Lisikov/ (Zaporizhia); Art zebs group /Volodymyr Gulich, Nastya Loyko/ (Yalta, Zaporizhia); Critical Archiving Laboratory /Anton Lapov, Larion Lozoviy/ (Kyiv, Luhansk); Syny Morya group (Sons of the Sea group) /Illya Isupov, Oleksandr Matvienko, Marsel Onysko, Andriy Stegura/ (Kyiv, Lviv, Uzhgorod).