Dima Rebus

Moscow / Russia

The Russian artist Dima Rebus lives and works in Moscow (Russia), New York and Baltimore (US). His works, mainly produced in watercolors, float between reality and surrealism. In his paintings, he often deals with disturbing situations, combining them with provocative titles, and thus gets right to the heart of the times in which we live. Rebus studied graphic design at the Moscow Institute of Arts and Industry. He then studied at the Institute of Contemporary Art, also in Moscow. He combines his Russian roots and his flawless and detailed technique with a good helping of provocation to create his own distinctive vision of the world. […]

Biography / Dima Rebus

The Russian artist Dima Rebus lives and works in Moscow (Russia), New York and Baltimore (US). His works, mainly produced in watercolors, float between reality and surrealism. In his paintings, he often deals with disturbing situations, combining them with provocative titles, and thus gets right to the heart of the times in which we live. Rebus studied graphic design at the Moscow Institute of Arts and Industry. He then studied at the Institute of Contemporary Art, also in Moscow. He combines his Russian roots and his flawless and detailed technique with a good helping of provocation to create his own distinctive vision of the world.

About his UN Biennale artwork // “Streched Ropes”
UNDERGROUND AQUARELLKA – this is how Rebus describes his individual style, in which he combines well-known scientific phenomena with mystical elements. Occasionally, this results in funny situations that radiate fear and insecurity at the same time. In addition to the two main heroes of his universe, Mr. Rebus and Eden, the Russian artist focuses on the biology of human behavior and the evolution of its everyday norms.

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URBAN NATION Biennale 2019
In the middle of September, Bülowstraße turned into major attraction for fans of Urban Art: around 12,000 visitors came to see the 100-meter-long outdoor installation of the URBAN NATION Biennale 2019. The URBAN NATION museum, which was open at the