Dmitrij Dihovichnij (official name: Dykhovichny) was born in 1970 in Moscow.
1992 he emigrates to Düsseldorf, Germany, where he starts his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts first with Prof. Günther Uecker and then with Prof. Fritz Schwegler. During his student years,
Dihovichnij is noted for his artistic transformation of furniture. His fascination for sculpture arizes from his work with objets trouvés.
Today, Dmitrij works as sculptor and painter and lives in Düsseldorf.
2000 - Michael Cosar Gallery (Düsseldorf)
2000 - Malinowski de Ligt Gallery (Frankfurt am Main) - solo exhibition
2001 - Rauchzeichen, Künstlerverein Malkasten (Düsseldorf) - solo exhibition
2002 - Trendwände, Kunstraum Gallery (Düsseldorf)
2003 - Jablonka Gallery Linn Lühn (Cologne) - solo exhibition
2006 - Parkhaus in Malkasten (Düsseldorf)
2008 - Tears of Joy (Amsterdam)
2009 - Con-sum, Hans Peter Zimmer Foundation (Düsseldorf)
2010 - Art Akademia Gallery (Moscow)
2011 - Manezh, 5th International Festival of Arts (Moscow)
2012 - Teotihuacán, Parkhaus am Malkasten (Düsseldorf) - solo exhibition (more...)
2012 - Art.Fair, Cristian Marx Gallery (Cologne)
2013 - BKG, Bergische Kunstgenossenschaft e.V. (Wuppertal) - solo exhibition
2014 - Dmitrij Dihovichnij & Jan Holthoff at Bespoke Gallery (Düsseldorf)
2014 - Ostrale Mission O'14 (Dresden) - more about this exhibition
2015 - Christian Marx Gallery (Düsseldorf)
2015 - Voss Gallery (Düsseldorf) - Visions Of Sensory Space - more about this exhibition
2015 - Kino Gallery (Moscow) - solo exhibition "Journey to the Obvious"
2017 - Linzbach Cigar Lounge (Düsseldorf) - solo exhibition
2017 - Orangérie du Sénat (Paris)
2018 - Galerie Noelle Aleyne (Paris)
2019 - Exhibition in "Kulturkirche Ost" (Cologne)
2019 - I-Gallery.Intelligence (Paris) - exhibition "Les Sokolov"
Winner of the art contest of AIA AG, Düsseldorf (2009)
Winner of the 7th International Festival of Arts, Moscow