Born in Kaliningrad in 1983, Gluschenko’s work sees him as head of a fictional publishing house called ‘Gluschenkoizdat’, of which he is also the sole employe — a reporter of sorts — who spends his time visiting towns in Russia and former Eastern bloc, to take photograph and publish books about them. His photography explores the landscape of Soviet serial modernism.

EXHIBITIONS SOLO
Our Days Are Rich And Bright’,
Gluschenkoizdat building, Moscow (produced by V-A-C) (2016)

EXHIBITIONS GROUP SHOW
Marion-Ermer Preis’, MdbK, Leipzig (2018)
General Rehearsal’ MMOMA + V–A–C, Moscow (2018)
Space Force Construction’, V-A-C Venice, Venice (2017)
‘Detective’, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow (2014)
The Way of Enthusiasts’, V-A-C Casa Dei Tre Oci, Venice (2012)
‘Curated by Vest’, Greta Insam Gallery, Vienna (2011)
‘From the Realm of The Practical Knowledge’, GMG Gallery, Moscow (2011)
‘Junk’, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow (2009)


EDUCATION
Meisterschüler, Prof. Peter Piller, Academy of Visual Arts Leipzig (2017—2019)
MA Fine art (unfinished), Valand Academy, Gotheborg, Sweden (2011)
Institute of Contemporary Art, Moscow (2009)

AWARDS & SCHOOLARSHIPS
Deutsche Architekturmuseum Architectural Book Award, Frankfurt, DE (2019)
Grand Prix at the Russian National Book Design Competition ‘Zhar-Kniga’ Moscow, RU (2019)
Marion-Ermer Preis, Leipzig, DE (2018)
Kulturstiftung des Freistaates Sachsen (Scholarship), Leipzig, DE (2018)
Innovation. New Generation’, Moscow, RU (2016)


PUBLISHED BOOKS
‘Benign Duplicates. Diaries (1962) and Photographs from the Archive of Nikolai Kozakov’, Gluschenkoizdat (2019)
‘Venets. Welcome to The Ideal’, Gluschenkoizdat (2017)

‘1962. Nikolay Kozakov Diaries’, Gluschenkoizdat (2016)

WORK EXPERIENCE
Esquire magazine Russia, Art Director

Port magazine Russia, Art Director
BOOKS DISTRIBUTION
Beirut: Papercup. Berlin: Do You Read Me?!, Pro QM. Leipzig: mZin. London: Calvert22. Moscow: Garage, Falanster, Moskva, Ozon. Paris: Tailorbooks. Rotterdam: NAi Boekverkopers. Tallinn: Lugemik. Vienna: Salon für Kunstbuch, Walther König.