ZUEV Vladimir Valentinovich (born in 1959) - graphic, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, Winner of the Governor's Prize. Currently, he is a professor at the art-graphic faculty of Nizhny Tagil State Socio-Pedagogical Academy. The recognized master of modern bookplate. The participant of more than 250 international exhibitions, awarded 70 diplomas, including 15 Grand Prix and diplomas of the first degree, 22 solo exhibitions in Russia, Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, USA, Canada, Switzerland, Japan, Czech Republic, Hungary, China. Participated in more than 20 international congresses, symposia, cultural exchange programs in the USA, Canada, Japan, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Poland, the Czech Republic, Serbia, China.
Studied 1976-1981 at the HGF NTGPI from E.A. Bortnikova, V.N. Nasedkina; He repeatedly raised the professional in the workshops of the Republican Artists' House of Art "Chelyuskinskaya", 2008 - participated in an international program on the basis of the Center for Contemporary Printed Graphics in Connecticut (USA). In the 1990s. collaborated with the Middle-Ural publishing house, the author of illustrations and design of books E. Zamyatin "We", O. Huxley "O Brave New World", J. Orwell "1984", C. Gray "Wind in the Willows", VG Zhitomirsky, L.N. Shevrin "Journey through the Land of Geometry". The total circulation of the illustrated editions amounted to more than 400,000 copies. He was awarded a diploma of the first degree at the All-Russian competition "The Art of the Book", Moscow, 1995.
In eight state museums and galleries of Russia:
Nizhny Tagil MII, Yekaterinburg MII, Irbit GMII, NTMZ Gornozavodskoy Ural, Kaliningrad Art Gallery, Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Bashkortostan, Ufa, Norilsk Art Gallery, Perm State Art Gallery, Yaroslavl Art Museum,
And also in 14 state assemblies of Europe and the USA:
Association of Contemporary Art, Chamalyer / France, State Gallery, Banska Bystrica / Slovaks, State Art Museum, Kaposvar / Hungary; Davis Museum, Wallacel, Massachusetts / USA, Museum of Castles, Malbork / Poland,
Museum of Contemporary Art, Ibiza / Spain, Felician Rops Museum, Namur / Belgium, International Exlibris Center, Sint-Niklaas / Belgium,
Museum of Graphic Art, Bruneck / Italy, National Museum, Krakow / Poland,
Sakim Art Museum, Okinawa / Japan, Cheb Museum, Cheb / Czech Republic,
Art Gallery, Lodz / Poland, Art Museum, Olot / Spain, Art Museum, Ostrow Wielkopolski / Poland