Artem Mirolevich is an award-winning New York based artist, curator and founder of Art Cosmos and Russian Pavilion. But it’s his boundless energy, imagination, sincerity and wild parties that have earned him quite the reputation around town. Specializing in unique and playful juxtaposition of colors and various mediums, Artem creates a new world within each frame while drawing connections with different cultures and his own heritage. His depictions of ancient civilizations, philosophy, present society, and what he envisions for the future have been described as “prophetic” and an “insightful exploration of the nature of man.”
Mirolevich has exhibited his work in over 100 museums, galleries, novels, theaters and art fairs around the world, including New Museum, The Armory Show, Kolodzei Art Foundation, Rothchild Collection, Art Basel Miami and Natasha Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 on Broadway. Artem is a recipient of numerous art grants and awards such as National Endowment for the Arts Grant, New York State Council on the Arts Grant, Illustrator of the Future Award and others. His talent has gained him a significant following of fans, supporters and clients. Among which are John Walsh , the host of popular TV show America’s Most Wanted, Boris Reyzelman, the managing director of Global Head Equity Sales Trading, and Chris Cahil, the director of American Irish Society.
Artem draws a lot of inspiration from his readings. History and mythology play a large role in influencing his work, often igniting the creative process. Artem is fascinated by how the two intertwine and sometimes even replace one another. A voyager at heart, traveling is also one of his biggest catalysts for art. Artem has traveled extensively, experiencing diverse culture, spirit, architecture and ways of life, which helped shape his perception and artistic vision of the world. A sketchbook always accompanies Artem on his journeys. When words alone cannot describe what he envisions in his mind, it is his through his artwork that he finds a means of visual language and communication.
Biography Written by Teirra Kamolvattanavith