Alexey Khamkin is a Russian artist whose interests include: structures, landscapes, architecture, points of contact between human activity and nature.
Graduated from the I. E. Repin Institute of the Russian Academy of Arts, Faculty of Graphics. In school, he is fond of Japanese engraving of the XIX century (Ukiyo-e). The academy's favorite subject is linocut, which, in turn, along with an interest in early computer graphics and non-figurative art, will influence the visual language of the artist.
Solo exhibitions - "Snow" (25Kadr Gallery, Moscow, 2018); " Kami no Yama (Paper Mountain)", (Museum of Modern Art named after him. Nakamotoseiji, Sendai, Japan, 2014).
Group exhibitions include "101. Festival of Media Poetry" (Planetarium No. 1, Saint Petersburg, 2019); "The Matter of Horror" (Parallel program of the Sixth Moscow Biennale of Young Art, Solyanka Gallery, Moscow, 2018); "Private Life of Radio Frequencies", (The Museum of Communications. Popova, St. Petersburg, 2018); "Don't switch!", (Museum of Communications named after him. Popova, St. Petersburg, 2017).