5. March - 6. May 2010
Andrey Logvin was born in Ipatovo, Russia in 1964. He graduated from the Moscow 1905 Art School in 1987 and joined the design studio of the Russian Artists' Union. In 1989 he became a director of publishing company IMA-Press in Moscow. In 1992 he left to set up his own design group Logvindesign. He has been a member of the Russian Academy of Graphic Design since 1999. He has won numerous prizes at international design competitions: the Grand Prix in the poster category at the first "Golden Bee" Moscow International Biennale of Graphic Design in 1992, the critics' prize at the 16th International Biennale of Graphic Design Brno in 1994, first prize at the 5th Moscow International Advertising Festival in 1996, a gold medal at the 15th Warsaw International Poster Biennale in 1996, first prize at the 17th International Poster and Graphic Design Festival of Chaumont, France in 2006, and a silver medal at the 21st Warsaw International Poster Biennale in 2007. In 2001 he received a Russian award for outstanding achievements in art.
Since 1987 he has taken part in many exhibitions of graphic design both in Russia and abroad. His work may be found in numerous collections around the world, including the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, the Russian State Museum in Saint Petersburg, the Wilanów Poster Museum in Warsaw, the Museum of Modern Art in Toyama (Japan), the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich, the Poster Museum in Lahti (Finland), the Moravian Gallery in Brno and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. His work has appeared in several publications and in 2004 the Chinese publisher Lingnan Art published a monograph on him.