Ilya Yod is a futurist artist known for his paintings of cubes-shaped men to challenge humanness.
Neohumaness questions media sensationalism, defies using personal fame for marketing and discrimination.
Ilya Yod is a digital reflection of the artist who actively supports personal data protection avoiding public appearances and publications.
2021 High-Resolution Zone, Skolkovo Innovation Center, Moscow, Russia (Curated by Mikhail Lipovskikh, Curator, Moscow, Russia)
2021 Digital Legacy, Surface Art Lab gallery, Moscow, Russia (Curated by Arina Novak, Curator, New York, USA)
2021 Solo Exhibition, We 2084, Lines Space, St. Petersburg, Russia (Curated by Anastasia Belkina, Curator, St. Petersburg, Russia)
2021 Art Russia 2021, Gostinyy Dvor, Moscow, Russia
2020 Still Strong, Tumen, Russia
2020 Solo Exhibition, Cubeman, Here on Taganka Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2020 Upgrade 1.5, Boho Bazar, Flacon, Moscow, Russia
2020 Kryukrinoksy, Zdes na Taganke Gallery, Moscow, Russia (Curated by Andrey Bartenev, Artist and Curator, Moscow, Russia)
2020 Solo Exhibition, Kolomna 55.106915,38.757024, Artкommunalka. Erofeev and Others Museum, Kolomna, Russia
2020 Upgrade, DK Trehgorka, Moscow, Russia (Curated by Ira Mir, Curator, Moscow, Russia)
2020 Indigital, Boris Vian Library, Persan, France
2019 Sacred Art, Saint-Pierre Space, Senlis, France
2019 First Lastochka, Lastochka Art Space, Petrozavodsk, Russia
2019 A Salon at Sugar Mountain, The Magenta Suite Art Space, Exeter, NH, United States
2019 Everything for Art, Proun Gallery (Artplay Space), Moscow, Russia
2018 Skurril, Marler Kunststern, Marl, Germany (Selected by the Essen’s Marler Art Star Cultural Affairs Committee)
2017 Mazipos, Visual Kontakt Gallery, Cluj-Napoca, Romania (Curated by Carlos Сarmonamedina, Curator, Periférne Centrá, Dubravica, Slovakia)
2016 Edible–Inedible, Gallery of XXI Century, Moscow, Russia
2015 Non/fiction, Central House of the Artist, Moscow, Russia
2015 200 Years of Diplomatic Relations between Russia and Switzerland, Foreign Literature Library, Moscow, Russia
2012 Tzeh Collective, Art re.Flex Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia
2011 Fairy-Tales, Home Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2010 From Contrary, Winzavod Contemporary Art Center, Moscow, Russia (Curated by Vladimir Potapov, Teacher of the Course “Contemporary Painting at Tretyakov Gallery and Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA), Moscow, Russia)
2009 Rouen Youth Book, Funambule Librarie, Rouen, France
2004 From Avant-Garde to Our Days, Central House of the Artist, St. Petersburg, Russia (Curated by Oleg Yakhnin, Curator, Central House of the Artist, St. Petersburg, Russia)
2020 Residency, Art Residence Tumen, Tumen, Russia
2020 Residency, Kolomna International Artist Programme, Kolomna, Russia
2020 Development Grant, Artкommunalka. Erofeev and Others Museum, Kolomna, Russia
2018 Contemporary Visions, International Juried Exhibition, BEERS London Gallery, London, United Kingdom Longlisted (Juror: Kurt Beers, Director of BEERS London, Author of “100 Painters of Tomorrow” & “100 Sculptors of Tomorrow,” London, United Kingdom)
2016 Enter, Workshop, Prague Civil Society Centre, Prague, Czech Republic
2015 DAW Social Projects, Workshop, Teplitsa of Social Technologies, Warsaw, Poland
2009 Rouen Youth Book, a National Juried Illustration Exhibition, Rouen, France, Shortlisted
2009 XE Award, a National Juried Photography Competition, XE Magazine, Moscow, Russia Thirst Place in Category “Mobilography”
2012 “Best Young Book Illustrators + 1 Guest of Honor from Ex-USSR,” Trimag Publishing House, Moscow, Russia, September 01, 2012. 656 Pages, Hard Printed in ЕU, 1,225 copies.
2020 Vladislava Solovieva, “The Result is a Large-Format Diptych,” Kolomna-TV, Kolomna, Russia, March 17, 2020. https://colomna.ru/news/culture/the_result_was_a_monumental_diptych/
2017 Laura Collinson, “Bright Editorial Illustrations Reminiscent of Pixelated Computer Game Graphics,” Creative Boom, September 12, 2017. https://www.creativeboom.com/inspiration/bright-editorial-illustrations-are-reminiscent-of-pixelated-computer-game-graphics-/
2014 Simon Gordy, “Two Lines in My Life,” Monde Mag, February 14, 2014.
2008 Antoine Lecomte, “Linking Сultures,” Partfaliaz, March 29.
2007 Victor Melamed, “New Generation of Artists: Yod,” Kak Magazine, Mai 11, 2007. https://kak.ru/
Artкommunalka. Erofeev and Others Museum, Kolomna, Russia
Boris Vian Library, Persan, France
Zdes na Taganke Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Suzdal Museum of Fine Arts, Suzdal, Russia
2010 BFA, Emerging Practices, EESI—Ecole Européenne Supérieure de l’Image, Poitiers, France