Victor N. Lysakov born September 27th, 1952.
1975 — MS in Physical Chemistry, Moscow State Institute of Steel and Alloys.
1984 — Ph.D. in Technical Sciences, Lomonosov State Institute of Fine Chemical Technology, Moscow.
1986 — Victor N. Lysakov starts participating in Exhibitions.
1987 — Victor N. Lysakov and Sergei Arto have published the Manifesto of Acceptual Strobism.
1988 — Victor Lysakov begins to exhibit his paintings abroad. His first exhibition outside of Russia is BALDERSKILDE, Vermundsgade 9, Kopenhagen, 5-26 june 1988.
1989 — Victor begins to participate in modern art auctions. His first auction was held at House Videl Nolte in Hamburg, Germany. After that came “Versailles” auction in Paris.
1991 — That year Victor was invited to participate in the big international project “The Best European Artists (Kunst Europe).” This is also the year when his name begins to appear in international reference books such as AKOUN (page 252) and Mayer (page 1577).
1992 — Victor N. Lysakov published his personal catalog.
1997 — Victor opened his personal website.
2001 — That year one of the graduate students at Moscow State University dedicated her entire Master's thesis to the study of Victor Lysakov's art. Kondratova S.V. dedicated her study to the fairy tale and mystical motifs found in Lysakov's art. (For more information see Kondratova S.V. “Master's Thesis: Fairy-tale and Mystical Motifs in Victor Lysakov's Art” (Moscow State University, 2001).
Currently Victor lives and works in Moscow
Victor N. Lysakov was born September 27th, 1952 in a family of a military officer in a small town of Rubtzovsk, Altay region (Siberia, Russia). He went to school in Germany, studied in different schools in Ukraine, Siberia, in Leningrad (St.Petersburg now) and graduated from High School in Ukraine. Victor entered Moscow State Institute of Steel and Alloys in 1969. He married Elena in 1974 and graduated from that institute in 1975 with M.S. in Physical Chemistry. That same year his son Constantin was born. From 1975 till 1985 he worked as an engineer at different machine-building plants. In 1984 he received Ph.D. in Technical Sciences at Lomonosov State Institute of Fine Chemical Technology, Moscow.
In 1986 Victor N. Lysakov became a member of Moscow Drawing Artists Union and began participating in exhibitions. He was one of the founding fathers of the “Arbatr” Union in 1987. That same year Victor Lysakov and Sergei Arto published "The Manifesto of Acceptual Strobism". After 1988 his art works were exhibited all over the world. His paintings were published in a number of different European and Russian catalogs. Articles about his art were published in different magazines and newspapers around the world.
In 1992 Victor published his personal catalog. Shortly after his name appeared for the first time in the International Reference Books AKOUN and MAYER. Lysakov is a participant of many international and Russian prestigious exhibitions. His works were on display in State Ňretyakov Gallery (exhibition “Galleries in Gallery,” March 1996) and Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (exhibition “The World of Sensible Things” October - November 1997). Kunst Europe, Germany, 1991.
In 2001 one of the graduate students at Moscow States University dedicated her entire Master’s thesis to the study of Victor Lysakov’s art. The primary focus of Kondratova S.V. study was fairy tale and mystical motifs in Lysakov’s art (for further information see Kondratova S.V. "Master's Thesis: Fairy-tale and Mystical Motifs in Victor Lysakov's Art" (Moscow State University, 2001)
In 1997 Victor opened his personal website.
Victor N. Lysakov had eleven personal exhibitions in the last twelve years. Currently he lives and works in Moscow. His wife Elena is an Associate Professor at one of the universities in Moscow and his son Constantin after completion of his graduate work at the International School of Theology in California teaches at the New Life Bible College in Moscow