Alferov Sergey

Sergey Alferov studied at the Tashkent Art College named after P.P. Benkov. From 1969 to 1971 he worked as a decorator at the Uzbek Drama Theater named after Khamza and as an artist in the pioneer camps of the Tashkent region. In 1972 he moved to Moscow. Since 1972 Alferov was a member of the Moscow City Committee of graphic artists in Malaya Gruzinskaya. From 1987 to 1991 he worked in the creative workshop of the “Dom-100” exhibition hall in Belyaevo. He was friends with A. Zverev, who painted many portraits of S. Alferov and his wife. Alferov was a participant of the 2nd open-air exhibition in the Izmailovo forest park in 1974, participant of the Bulldozer exhibition. as well as exhibitions on M.Gruzinskaya. Since the early 1970s, he actively participated in various exhibitions, worked in Germany and England. Sergey Alferov’s works are represented in the collections of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of the Underground in the United States, and foreign and Russian private collections.