Dmitry Borshch

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"Koch – Mayor of the City of New York" 2011, ink on paper, 50 x 27 inches
"The Making of Brothers" 2010, ink on paper, 37 x 42 inches
"Daughters of the Dust" 2010, ink on paper, 26 x 21 inches
"The Loaded Kiss" 2011, ink on paper, 27 x 17 inches
"Wildbirds Among Branches" 2008, ink on paper, 15 x 20 inches
Artist's Statement

My PS1 Studio Visit presentation includes four portraits and a skyscape:

Completed in August, "Koch – Mayor of the City of New York" is now included in the Catalog of American Portraits, maintained by the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery. Mr. Koch saw my drawings in May of this year, invited me to his law office, Bryan Cave LLP, and posed for this portrait.

An interview relating to "The Making of Brothers" appeared in the Fall, 2011 issue of The Associative Press, a literary and arts journal.

“The Loaded Kiss” is a portrait of me and Leemour Pelli, whose studio can be seen on PS1 Studio Visit.

"Daughters of the Dust", also called "The Undertaker's Pale Children", and "Wildbirds Among Branches" have been exhibited at Brecht Forum (NY), National Arts Club (NY), and Museum of Modern Art (Moscow).


Some biographical facts about me are in Who's Who in American Art 2012 (32nd edition), Getty Union List of Artist Names, Russian American Cultural Center, AskART and ARTstor:

Dmitry Gennadievich Borshch (b. 1973) is an American artist of Soviet origin. He was born in Dnepropetrovsk, studied in Moscow, today lives in New York and exhibits internationally. His work has been exhibited at the National Arts Club (NY), Brecht Forum (NY), Exit Art (NY), CUNY Graduate Center (NY), Salmagundi Club (NY), ISE Cultural Foundation (NY).