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SLAVA MOGUTIN – short bio –

Siberian-born artist and writer Slava Mogutin was exiled from Russia for his queer writings and activism at the age of 21. In 1995, he was granted political asylum in the US with the support of Amnesty International and PEN American Center. He is the author of two hardcover monographs of photography, Lost Boys and NYC Go-Go, and seven books of writings published in Russian. In the past decade, Mogutin’s photography and multimedia work has been exhibited internationally, including P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center and Museum of Art and Design in New York, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, Australian Centre for Photography in Sydney, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art in Rotterdam, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Overgaden Institute of Contemporary Art in Copenhagen, The Haifa Museum of Art in Israel, and Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León (MUSAC) in Spain.

– detailed bio –
1974 Born in Kemerovo, Siberia, Russia.
1995 Exiled from Russia and granted political asylum in the US; moved to New York City.
2004 Together with Brian Kenny formed SUPERM, a multimedia art team.

Lost Boys, La Fresh Gallery, Madrid (Spain)
SPUTNIK 3 (as SUPERM with Gio Black Peter), Galleri S.E, Bergen, Norway.

White Is Dirty When Ugly (with Brian Kenny), Envoy Gallery, NYC.
SPUTNIK 3 (as SUPERM with Gio Black Peter), Galleri S.E, Bergen, Norway.

Slava Mogutin and Justin Beal, Bortolami Gallery, NYC.
But Her Majesty’s Roastbeef Curtains Wouldn’t Open For Him (as SUPERM), Blow de la Barra Gallery, London.
SUPERM Toilet #2 (as SUPERM), White Cubicle Toilet Gallery, George and Dragon Public House, London.

Slava Mogutin: Photography and Video ,Allmänna Galleriet 925, Stockholm.

Wiggers in Berlin(as SUPERM), Galerie Deschler, Berlin.
Belyi Negr (Wigger) (as SUPERM), Regina Gallery, Moscow.

No Love, RARE Gallery, NYC.

Lost Boys, RARE Gallery, NYC.

Terminator’s Dream, Regina Gallery, Moscow (catalog).

Fetishes, 357 Forum, NYC.

Selected Group Shows, Installations AND FILM FESTIVALS

Get a Rope, CTRL Gallery, Houston, Texas; curated by Kathy Grayson.
History of Violence (as SUPERM), The Haifa Museum of Art, Israel; curated by Hadas Maor (catalog).
A Trip Down (False) Memory Lane, The Lexington Club, San Francisco; curated by Jessica Silverman.
Postcards From the Edge: The 11th Annual Visual AIDS Benefit Exhibition, Metro Pictures, NYC.

It Ain’t Fair, O.H.W.O.W. (Our House West of Wynwood), The Art Basel Miami satellite group show curated by Tim Barber, Kathy Grayson, Andreas Melas, Dan Nadel, Pablo de la Barra, Nicola Vassell and Terence Koh.
Ossuary: Works on paper collected by Alex Rose, The Black Mariah, Cork, Ireland.
Artist-Initiated Magazines, Galleri Rekord, Oslo; curated by Karen Christine Tandberg and Elin Maria Olaussen (Torpedo).
My Gay Eye, Werkstattgalerie, Berlin; curated by Rinaldo Hopf.
Straight to Hell – In Cock We Trust, Exile, Berlin; curated by Billy Miller.
___In A Box, Canco Factory, Jersey City, New Jersey; curated by Billy Miller.
On the Obscene (as SUPERM), Queer Lisboa 12: The 12th Lisbon Gay and Lesbian Film Festival; curated by Manuela Kay (catalog).
Power and Currency, Factory Fresh, Brooklyn, NY; curated by Natalie Kates (with Brian Kenny).
I Want a Little Sugar In My Bowl, Asia Song Society, NYC; curated by Anat Ebgi, Terence Koh, and Jenny Schlenzka (catalog).
Homoccult & Other Esoterotica (as SUPERM), Collective Unconscious, NYC; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; Outfest 2008: The 26th Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Film Festival.
The Artist as Publisher, The Center for Book Arts, NYC; curated by Scott Hug and Billy Miller (catalog).
AA Bronson Loves Video Art (as SUPERM), as part of Plot, Engage, Disperse: Pride Toronto’s contemporary art exhibit curated by Daryl Vocat, Norman Jewison Park, Toronto.
Forbidden Acts (as SUPERM), NewFest 2008: The 20th Anniversary NY LGBT Film Festival NYC; curated by Cameron Yates (catalog).
The Left Hand of Darkness, The Project, NYC; curated by Sarvia Jasso and Yasmine Dubois.
The Hustle, The powerHouse Arena, Brooklyn, NY; curated by Sara Rosen.
Da Sodoma a Hollywood (as SUPERM), The 23rd Torino International GLBT Film Festival, Italy (catalog).
The Other Side, The 58 Gallery, Jersey City, New Jersey; curated by Billy Miller.
Sex Is So Abstract (as SUPERM), V-Tape, Toronto; curated by John Paul Ricco.

Postcards From The Edge: The 10th Annual Visual AIDS Benefit Exhibition, James Cohan Gallery, NYC.
Homoccult & Other Esoterotica (as SUPERM), MIX NYC 20: The 20th New York Queer Experimental Film Festival;curated by Daniel McKernan and Richie Rennt (catalog).
Fetiches, Galería Alonso Vidal, Barcelona, Spain; curated by Stephane Breysse.
Mein Schwules Auge 4, Werkstattgalerie, Berlin; curated by Rinaldo Hopf.
Revolution & Sexual Revolution Film Festival (as SUPERM), Uplink Factory, Shibuya, Tokyo; curated by Akihiro Suzuki.
Showing Shame: Shameless Showing (as SUPERM), Telic Arts Exchange, Los Angeles; curated by Robert Summers.
BodyPoliticX (as SUPERM), Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, the Netherlands; curated by Florian Waldvogel (catalog).
The Cowboy and The Pegasus (as SUPERM), Queer Fest Midwest, Pulaski Park Fieldhouse, Chicago; curated by Rejnowska & Polera.
Re-Visions of Excess (as SUPERM), Fierce Festival, Birmingham, UK; curated by Ron Athey and Lee Adams.
Sex Work: The Museum As Brothel; Art House As Porn House (as SUPERM),Oberhausen International Short Film Festival, Kinomuseum, Oberhausen, Germany; curated by AA Bronson (catalog).
Love Addiction: Practices in Video Art from ’61 to the Present (as SUPERM), Galleria Comunale d’Arte Contemporanea, Monfalcone, Italy; curated by Andrea Bruciati (catalog).
The Male Gaze, The powerHouse Arena, Brooklyn, NY; curated by Nicholas Weist.
The Brotherhood, Neon Parc, Melbourne, and Australian Centre for Photography (ACP), Sydney; curated by Shannon Michael Cane.

SEXPERIMENTAL: Un Programme Transpédégouines (as SUPERM), FFGLP 2006: 12e Festival de Films Gays & Lesbiens de Paris; curated by Philippe Donadini, Florence Fradelizi and Tom de Pekin.
1.PornfilmfestivalBerlin (as SUPERM), Short Film Competition (2nd Prize), Berlin; curated by Jurgen Brunning (catalog).
No Sleep ’til Brooklyn: A powerHouse Hip Hop Retrospective, The powerHouse Arena, Brooklyn, NY; curated by Sara Rosen.
Globos Sonda/Trial Balloons(as SUPERM), Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León (MUSAC), León, Spain; curated by Octavio Zaya, Yuko Hasegawa, and Agustín Pérez Rubio (catalog).
Mein Schwules Auge 3 (“My Gay Eye”), Schwules Museum, Berlin, and Galeria Carmen De La Guerra, Madrid; curated by Rinaldo Hopf.
SUPERM Salon (as SUPERM), Fritz Haeg’s Sundown Salon Series, Los Angeles; curated by Slava Mogutin and Brian Kenny.
Retro, Angell Gallery, Toronto; curated by Jamie Angell.

With Us Against Reality, or Against Us! (as SUPERM), Willy Wonka Inc., Oslo, and Galleri s.e, Bergen, Norway; curated by Anders Nordby and Ida Ekblad (catalog).
Log Cabin (as SUPERM), Artists Space, NYC; curated by Jeffrey Uslip.
Post-Diaspora: Voyages and Missions, 1st Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow; curated by Olga Kopenkina (catalog).
They Shoot Homos, Don’t They? Midsumma Festival, Central Station records, Melbourne, Australia; curated by Shannon Michael Cane.

Russian Artists in New York, ISCP 10th Anniversary Weekend, International Studio and Curatorial Program, NYC; curated by Tatiana Volkova.
Phiiliip: Divided by Lightning, Deitch Projects, Brooklyn, NY; curated by John Connelly.
BlackBook: 25 Artists Interpret Fashion, Deitch Projects, NYC; curated by BlackBook Magazine.
Sublime Audacity – The Stroller’s Experience, Galeria Luis Serpa Projectos, Lisbon, and Maus Habitos, Porto, Portugal (catalog).
PREMAculTURE, PS1 School, Hydra Island, Greece; curated by Dimitrios Antonitsis (catalog).
The Collector’s Cabinet, Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles; curated by Simon Watson/Scenic.
The Hunt for Your Family, V-1, Copenhagen, Denmark, and Odd Number, Stockholm, Sweden; curated by Loyal Magazine.
Sexy Beasts: An Exploration of Sex and Sexuality in Art from 1964 – Present, Ethan Cohen Fine Art, NYC; curated by Robert Knafo.

Kult 48 Klubhouse, Deitch Projects, Brooklyn, NY; curated by Scott Hug.
Snapshot Now, Angell Gallery, Toronto; curated by Randy Gladman.
Kult 48, FIAC, Paris Expo; curated by Scott Hug.
What About New York? A New New York Scene, Galerie du Jour agnès b., Paris; curated by Scott Hug.
Corporate Profits Vs. Labor Costs, Now Playing, D’Amelio Terras, NYC; curated by John Connelly.
Fox and His Friends: New Millennium Post-Gay Photography (With Fangs), Garfield Artworks, Pittsburgh; curated by Edgar Um Bucholtz.
Angst, RARE Gallery, NYC; curated by Peter Surace.
K48’s Daag Ons Niet Uit (‘Do Not Provoke Us’), Magazin, Maastricht, the Netherlands; curated by Scott Hug.
K48’s New Stray Prophets, The Stray Show, Chicago; curated by Scott Hug.
Visions of Excess: A tribute to Georges Bataille, Club Demon, Birmingham, UK; curated by Ron Athey and Vaginal Davis.
~scopeNewYork, Dylan Hotel, NYC (catalog).

K48 Teenage Rebel – The Bedroom Show, John Connelly Presents, NYC; curated by Scott Hug.
The Armory Photography Show, Javits Center, NYC.
Platinum Oasis, La Terra Vista Dalla Luna: A Tribute to Pier Paolo Pasolini, The Coral Sands Motel, Los Angeles; curated by Ron Athey and Vaginal Davis.
Small Works, Mimi Ferzt Gallery, NYC; curated by Christine Sperber.

The Muses, Leslie-Lohman Gay Art Foundation, NYC; curated by Reed Massengill.

Other Works, Regina Gallery, Moscow.
3rd Moscow Photo Biennale, Central House of Artists, Moscow; curated by Olga Sviblova (catalog).

Selected Performances

Shaking Angles (with Andrey Bartenev and Brian Kenny), The National Arts Club, NYC.

Jockstrap Dawgz in Heat, Gay & Lesbian Street Fair, Berlin.

assume vivid astro focus VII (with assume vivid astro focus), Deitch Projects, NYC.
Anarchist Wrestling (with Bruce LaBruce), The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA.
The Trials of Gilles de Rais (with Bruce LaBruce), Visions of Excess, Club Demon, Birmingham, UK.

The Ladder of Red (with Andrey Bartenev and Christopher Knowles), The Red Night: 9th Annual Watermill Benefit, Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center, Southampton, Long Island, NY.
Porcile (with Bruce LaBruce), Platinum Oasis, The Coral Sands Motel, Los Angeles.
Toilet Reading, Remote Lounge, NYC.
Mayakovsky Night, Mimi Ferzt Gallery, NYC.

Kabul Olympics (with Sergey Bratkov), Passage Gallery, Moscow.