Victor Bregeda

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Artist

Victor Viktorovich Bregeda is a Russian visual artist.

Career

Bregeda says his personal interpretation of creative art puts him in sharp contrast with his academic art training. Bregada says he was invited in early 2000 to promote his work in the U.S.[1]

Recent museum exhibitions

During April 2014 – present, the Museum of Biblical Art (Dallas), the MBA, has featured a private collection of Victor Bregeda paintings from the early and recent periods.[no citations needed here]

In November–December 2014, Victor Bregeda presented his most recent collection of paintings at the Museum of Russian Art in NJ.[no citations needed here]

Personal life

Bregeda was born in Taganrog in 1963 into a family of painters.[1] He is married to his wife, Olga, and currently lives in Russia, while frequently traveling to the United States to promote his art.

Award-winning artworks

  • Cheers to the Victory: winner of Taganrog Art Contest dedicated to V-Day in Taganrog in May 1995.[no citations needed here]
  • Karma Hat: Fine A Prize for selected works – Fine A Prize for selected works – 9th International Art Photo Contest – May 2003, Japan.[no citations needed here]
  • When Time Stood Still: Fine A Prize for selected works – 10th International Art Photo Contest – November 2003, Japan.[no citations needed here]
  • Rhapsody Of Life: Fine A Prize for selected works – 11th International Art Photo Contest, Art division, internet, Japan in June 2004.[no citations needed here]
  • In Search of Lost Paradise: Fine A Prize for selected works at "The 12th International Art/Photo Contest", Art division, internet, Japan in December 2004.[no citations needed here]
  • Communion and Night Fantasy: the first place at the contest Mysterious Paintings (Template:Lang-ru) held by the Nauka i Zhizn magazine in Moscow, October 2005[2]

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