Archipenko, Alexander Porfiryevich
Born: May 30, 1887 AD
Died: 1964 AD, at 76 years of age.
1887 - Born on the 30th of May.
1902-1905 - He attended the Kiev Art School.
1906 - He continued his education in the arts as the student of S.Svyatoslavsky.
1909 - He had moved on to Paris.
- He was a resident in the artist's Colony La Ruche, among emigre Russian artists: Wladimir Baranoff-Rossine, Sonia Delaunay-Terk and Nathan Altman.
1910 - Alexander Archipenko had exhibitions at Salon des Independants.
1912 - Archipenko had his first personal exhibition at the Museum Folkwang in Hagen.
1913 - Archipenko's works appeared at the Armory Show in New York.
1914 - Archipenko was teaching at his own Art College in Paris.
- He moved to Nice.
1920 - He participated in Twelfth Biennale Internazionale dell'Arte di Venezia in Italy.
1921 - He started his own College in Berlin.
1922 - Archipenko participated in the First Russian Art Exhibition in the Gallery van Diemen in Berlin together with Aleksandra Ekster, Kazimir Malevich, Solomon Nikritin, El Lissitzky and others.
1923 - He emigrated to USA.
- Archipenko participated in an exhibition of Russian Paintings and Sculpture.
1929 - He took American citizenship.
1934 - He designed the Ukrainian pavilion in Chicago.
1936 - Archipenko participated in an exhibition Cubism and Abstract Art in New York, numerous exhibitions in Europe and US.
1964 - Died on the 25th of February in New York.
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