Jersey City
Grigory Gurevich

Painter, sculptor, printmaker, photographer, graphic artist, art book creator and inventor, Grigory has held more than four hundred exhibitions in the United States and Europe and conducted hundreds of creative workshops in Denmark, Italy, Russia and the United States.

His paintings, drawings and sculptures have won numerous awards and are held in public and private collections across Europe and the United States, as well as on permanent public displays in the United States.

Grigory’s bronze tableau of seven life-size figures entitled “The Commuters”, which he created in 1985, is permanently displayed at the Newark Penn Station. His bronze bust of a Japanese – American inventor, who invented Answering Machine, Caller Id and 1000 more items in a field of communication, Kazuo Hashimoto, is installed in New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ. His sculpture “Clown” was exhibited in Russian State Museum of St. Petersburg, Russia.

Grigory is the winner of the 2019 Jersey City Arts Council Legacy Award, presented for his invaluable contribution to the Jersey City arts scene over the last three decades.

Grigory holds a masters degree from art from the Academy of Fine and Industrial Arts in St. Petersburg, Russia; he was a professor at St. John’s University, New York, and a faculty member of Newark School of Fine and Industrial Arts.

Swans Fly Away
Grigory Gurevich

22 × 18 in.