Andrei Skripka was born in 1965 in Krasnodar. He graduated from the Krasnodar Art School in 1984. Since 1995 he has been the member of the Union of Artists. He lives and works in Moscow. From the early 90-s of the XX century he participated in several group exhibitions in Krasnodar.Contact the author
Several exhibitions in Moscow galleries and exhibition halls ("The Golden Paintbrush", "ART MYTH", the gallery "M'Ars", and others). In cooperation with the gallery "Neo Shag" (now "Krokin Gallery") he held a solo exhibition in Moscow and participated in several fine art fairs, like "ARTEXPO" (New York), "CIAE" (Chicago), and solo exhibition at the "Carol Jones Gallery" (Chicago). He also took part in exhibitions at such galleries, as "James Yarosh Gallery" (New Jersey, the USA) and "Monaco Fine Arts" (Monte-Carlo, Monaco). The artist's early creative work includes figurative art, and especially a sign and a symbol. Later, in the beginning of the new century, he is searching for a new plastic language and freedom from thingness in favor of translation of the moment, atmosphere, state, or impression. "Not communities but individualities are really visible and significant in the total movement. Andrei Skripka is among them. Everything that he brought to the art with him complicates the search of his former similitudes and today's analogues. He's on his own" (Vladimir Tseltner).