DIMITRI KOZYREV

APRIL 23 - JULY 1, 2005
Reception: APRIL 23, 5-7pm


TIMES REVIEW 5-13-05

MODERN ART NOTES REVIEW

6-27-05

Prices reflect those at the time of exhibition- not the current market value. For current value, go the artist page.

Previous Exhibitions

2012

NARCISSISM, THE REAL, THE FAKE AND THE ANTI-DIGITAL IMPULSE

ONCE EMERGING, NOW EMERGING: OPEN NETWORK

ONCE EMERGING, NOW EMERGING: THE VISITATION

2011

ONCE EMERGING, NOW EMERGING: LIVIN' L.A.

ONCE EMERGING, NOW EMERGING: NOW AND THEN

INSIDE/OUTSIDE: STATES OF BEING

SUSAN LOGORECI, JAMES GRIFFIOEN AND DENNIS OPPENHEIM

2010

JONAS WOOD: PRINTS

CRAIG KAUFFMAN:
WORKS ON PAPER RETROSPECTIVE

REMIX JULY 2010

GILLIAN THEOBALD:
NEW PAINTINGS


2009

NATHANIEL DE LARGE
at large

THE AWFUL PARENTHESIS
CURATED BY
ARAM MOSHAYEDI

VENICE/VENICE
JOHN BALDESSARI AND
 BRUCE NAUMAN


NO SHOES ON THE CARPET

JAY BOLOTIN: THE JACKLEG TESTAMENT: PART ONE: JACK & EVE

CHARLOTTE F. SMITH

2008

JEDD GARRET:
WONDEROUS ORBS OF LIFE


COSMOS FACTORY
CURATED BY
BRAD EBERHARD

SUMMER COOL

SUSAN LOGORECI
THERE IS ALWAYS
MORE FOR PEOPLE
LIKE YOU


MARK GOLAMCO
CLOAK AND CANDLE
 

VIJA CELMINS

2007

ALL HUMAN ACTIONS
CURATED BY

DAWN KASPER

NIGHT BLOOMS
CURATED BY
MARK GOLAMCO


JUSTIN MOORE: TIME MACHINES & PARANOID LANDSCAPES

STRODE & WILDER

WORKS ON PAPER

2006

NAIVE SET THEORY
CURATED BY CATHERINE TAFT 

SUSAN LOGORECI: AREAS OF INTEREST

SUPERSIZE PRINTS

QUIVER

HEATHER BROWN-
JACOB HALEVY-JONAS WOOD

THE LATEST FICTION

2005

FINE LINE

GILLIAN THEOBALD "ELEMENTS"

THE PICTURE I CARRY IN MY HEAD
CURATED BY
TERRI PHILLIPS

DIMITRI KOZYREV

JJ VILLARD

SUSAN LOGORECI

2004

ELAINE BRADFORD

JUSTIN MOORE - "GENESIS"

PLAY-GALLERY FOR STILL AND MOTION PICTURES AT CIRRUS

ARBORETUM

MARGO VICTOR "MVG TESTS"

JACOB DYRENFORTH "ROMANTIC COMEDY" AND "EVERY GUITAR MOVE"

MARK BRADFORD MONOPRINTS

"CRAZY THOUGHTS HAVE QUICK WINGS"
CURATED BY
EVE WOOD

2003

DIMITRI KOZYREV "JOURNEY'S II

PAINTING BY LETTERS

ROSS BLECKNER "PATHWAYS"

DANIEL BRANDELY "ALAMEDA DANCE"

"RECESS"
CURATED BY DAN BAYLES

"IN THE SHADOW OF SUMMMER BLISS"
CURATED BY JUSTIN MOORE AND JEAN MILANT

"SERIES"

"SELECTED GRAPHICS" LOPEZ COLLECTION

"DRAWINGS" DIMITRI KOZYREV

2002

MAGGIE LOWE TENNESEN

SALOMON HUERTA

ED RUSCHA "COUNTRY CITISCAPES"

JUSTIN MOORE

FLATLINE

DIMITRI KOZYREV

2001

RICHARD BAKER

"GILLIAN THEOBALD"

"l*AND*sc*APE"
CURATED BY GEORGE RAGGETT

"AUXILIARY SETTINGS"
CURATED BY STEVEN CRIQUE AND JEAN MILANT

2000

"VIJA CELMINS"

NEW PRINTS BY
JOAN NELSON AND 
CERAMICS BY ROGER HERMAN

"Past and New Prints"

1999

"GILLIAN THEOBALD"

"STEVEN CRIQUI"

"JERRY BRANE"

"GUY DE COINTET"

More information about previous exhibitions at Cirrus will be added to our website in the near future.

Prices in red are sold

We are pleased to announce an exhibition of the most recent paintings by Dimitri Kozyrev. Russian born, and now residing in Santa Barbara, Dimitri has had solo shows in Los Angeles and New York and currently teaches at UC Santa Barbara. Dimitri’s work engages his relationship to the typical Southern California landscape through the linear perspective of the traveler as a sort of seismic ripple. His typical single point perspective draws the viewer through a space which is constantly fracturing as it nears the periphery: buildings shatter and blur, freeways collide, and pastures splinter as the horizon remains suspiciously placid. However, rich in traces of civilization which at first seem to be fossils of urban desolation, Dimitri’s landscapes maintain a fluidity which negotiates the forces of change as simultaneously constructive. Three of his most recent works, rendered as diptychs, demonstrate a digression into pictorial space rather than physical space; turning inward toward the horizon line. The representation of these environments, such as ruins of the Finnish War, contextualizes the movement through these impermanent monuments; for although crumbling plinths of public space, they dispel the notion of apocalyptic frass for a more holistic notion of the way that time plays out in mutable geometry.

No Vermeer (All is Well 8)
2004
diptych
130-04-dk
oil and acrylic on canvas
4x4 & 4x4

$9,400
Russian Museum (All is Well 6)
diptych
2005
129-05-dk
oil and acrylic on canvas
41"x59" & 4x4

sold
Fin War (All is Well 9)
diptych
2005
131-05-dk
oil and acrylic on canvas
5x4 & 4x4

$14,000
All is Well 7
2005
128-05-dk
Oil & acrylic on canvas
29.5"x42"

$4,500
All is Well 5
2005
127-05-dk
Oil & acrylic on canvas
51"x41"

sold
All is Well 3
2003
118-03-dk
Oil & acrylic on canvas
50"x32"

$4,500
untitled
2005
058-01-dk
pencil on paper
29"x35"

$1,350
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