Alexandre Barbera-Ivanoff

15th Annual ARC Salon (2020-2021)

Alexandre Barbera-Ivanoff


Alexandre Barberà-Ivanoff was born in 1973. He's the grandson of the painter Serge Ivanoff.

He studied painting in 1985 with the painter Christian Welter, then Gérard Di-Maccio and Jean Bertholle. He is a copyist at the Louvre, before serving as national service painter for the Army.

In 2001, he painted frescoes at the King Mohammed VI'palace in Marrakech (Morocco).

From 2005 to 2007, many of his paintings were exhibited in Saint-Malo, at the Hôtel d'Asfeld, at the Fort national, as well as at the casinos of Saint-Malo and Dinard.

On September 9 of 2005, Alexandre Barberà-Ivanoff released his Manifesto of artistic essentialism.

His main works were exhibited in March 2008 at the Maison consulaire in Saint-Leu-la-Forêt, and in June 2010 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

In spring 2015, Alexandre Barbera-Ivanoff took part in Italy, with four other European painters, in the creation of 25 paintings which are permanently exhibited in the city center of Cosenza. These 2 × 3 m works represent different periods in the history of the city.

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