Dudchenko Maxim

The day is drawing to a close - 50х80 oil, cardboard 2012

The day is drawing to a close  50 80 oil cardboard 2012

Yellow maple - 48,5х50 oil, canvas on cardboard 2013

Yellow maple 48 5х50 oil canvas on cardboard 2013

Quiet  refuge - 31,5х49 oil, cardboard 2013

Quiet  refuge  cardboard 2013

Autumnal flowers - 70х110  oil, cardboard 2011

Autumnal flowers  oil cardboard 2011

Dudchenko Maxim

The 1990s, Zaporozhye

2008-2013-    Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts , the department of easel painting, the anecdotal- thematic studio.

2013-2014-the Kharkov  national pedagogical University  of G.S. Skovoroda ( the master’s degree ).

Personal  exhibitions:

2010- The gallery « Academy»  , Kharkov

2011- The Kharkov Academy of Culture

2012- The Gallery «Art-Berlin», Berlin

2013- The Gallery « ART-L«, Zaporozhye

2013- The Gallery «Art-Berlin» , Berlin

2013- The Gallery  «Saint Martin» , Mukachevo

2013- The Gallery «ARTstreet»,   Kharkov

2013- The Municipal Gallery,  Sumy

2015- The Gallery» ARTstreet» , Kharkov


2011- « The Kharkov Yards «, the  Kharkov Art Museum

2012- «The Kharkov Yards», the Kharkov Art Museum

2012- « The Map of Ukraine» ,  the Museum of modern Art of Ukraine,  Kiev

This project  is conceived as a familiarity with creations of modern artists all along 6 regions of Ukraine. My works stand (are printed)  in the catalogue which is devoted to creation of Kharkov region.


I am a participant of great number of Ukrainian, regional and student exhibitions and also competitions of painting.

I live and work in Kharkov.


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