Born in Moscow and educated at the Moscow Architectural Institute, Andrei Roiter currently lives in New York and Amsterdam. He exhibited at MMOMA, Moscow (2013); Jack Hanley Gallery, New York (2012); Regina Gallery, Moscow (2011); Kunstmuseum Solothurn, Switzerland (2011); The Stedelijk Museum Schiedam (2010); Stedelijk Museum Den Bosch (2010); Laura Bullian Gallery, Milan (2010 and 2014), Laura Bartlett Gallery, London (2008), and several times at AKINCI, Amsterdam. He participated in group exhibitions in the Hermitage, Amsterdam (2013), Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (2013); SCHUNCK, Heerlen (2013); David Nolan Gallery, New York (2012); Arti et Amicitae, Amsterdam (2012); Centraal Museum, Utrecht (2006), Kunsthalle Recklinghausen, Germany, (2004), and repeatedly at the Moscow Biennale. His work is part of numerous private and public collections across the world.
Throughout the oeuvre of Andrei Roiter (1960, Moscow, Russia), living and working in both Amsterdam and New York, the idea of being on the move has become a crucial subject. He is constantly mapping the world, as an observer, creating a new order for his memories, and excavating them as an archaeologist. He reflects on his homeland as a ‘wanderer,’ or artist-
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