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Vladimir Tsesler

1951

Artist, designer.

Since 1978, he worked together in a duet with Sergei Voichenko. The tandem gained international fame primarily in the field of posters (more than 30 awards at international competitions and biennials).

Today, Vladimir Tsesler is considered a leading designer in Belarus, where he enjoys the fame of an artist who is versatile in creating an artistic concept and technology corresponding to it in almost any field, from poster, which has been the author’s favorite for many years, to painting and industrial design. The sharpness of postmodern irony, correlated with context, culture and time, is his trademark.

The "Project of the Century. 12 of the 20th" by Vladimir Tsesler and Sergei Voichenko, in which the twelve most significant artists of the 20th century were presented in the form of eggs, became widely known.

Lives and works in Minsk.

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April 30, 1951

Born in Slutsk (BSSR, today the Republic of Belarus).

1980

Graduated from the design department of the Belarusian State Theater and Art Institute .

Since 1978

He worked together in a duet with Sergei Voichenko .

2000

The "Project of the Century. 12 of the 20th" by Vladimir Tsesler and Sergei Voichenko, in which the twelve most significant artists of the 20th century were presented in the form of eggs, became widely known. The project was exhibited at the Pushkin Museum im. Pushkin in Moscow (1999 - 2000), at the Ludwig Museum at the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg (2000), at the Venice Biennale (2005).

Since 2010

He takes an active part in the development of the city car project - Yo-mobile.

2021

He was forced to emigrate from Belarus.