Andrei Ribakov

graduated from the Art department of the Moscow Graphic Arts Institute in 1986.
He got books up in such leading Russian publishing houses as AST, B.S.G.-Press, Vagrius, Inostranka, Commersant, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Olma-Press, Prosvesheniye, Exmo etc. His books got awards in such competitions as The Book Art (2005), ADCR Awards (2005, 2007), The Book's Image (2008, 2010) etc.
A.Ribakov took part in the exhibitions: Type-87 (Moscow, 1987), Pierestrojka W Plakacie (Warsaw, Poland, 1989), 18th International Poster Biennale (Warsaw, Poland, 2002), The Golden Bee 6, 7 (Moscow, 2006, 2007), The Book's Image (Moscow, 2005), 1st International Socio-Political Poster Biennale (Oświęcim, Poland, 2006), Artist and Book 7, 9, 12 (Moscow, 2007, 2009, 2012), Bumbershoot Festival (Seattle, USA, 2009), The Anti-Design Festival (London, UK, 2010), The Moscow Poster (Moscow, 2010) The Moscow Union of Artists' 80 years (Moscow, 2012).
Personal exhibitions in Moscow: the Ostozhye cultural centre, 1996, the Russian Academy of Art, 2011, the Central Art Workers' House, 2011, the Kino Gallery, 2012, the State Literature Museum, 2012, the Azarnova Gallery, 2012, the Nagornaya Galllery, 2013, the Central Actors' House, 2013, the Montmartre Gallery, 2013. Personal exhibition in Bucharest, Rumania: the Gaudeamus Book Fair, 2012.
A.Ribakov's works are kept in the Museum of Contemporary Russian Art, USA, the State Literature Museum in Moscow and private collections in Russia and abroad.
Member of the Moscow Union of Artists since 1999.