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  Oleg Neishtadt

Oleg Neishtadt Oleg Neishtadt has a way with color and technique. His paintings are surreal and vibrant. They capture your attention with one glance.

1981-85,
The Cooper Union for Advancement of Science and Art, New York, USA
(very small, very famous school with a very long name) I studied Painting, Graphic Design and Art History. Survival part-time jobs included: Dish washer, delivering wine, assistant art director in Dept of Education, freelance graphic designer

1985-91,
Professional graphic designer, New York, USA
Married yuppy doing graphic design for various clients with partial success: monetary satisfaction - rapidly growing, spiritual satisfaction - minimal.

1991-95,
Professional artist, Paris, France
Single bohemian/ struggling artist (in Paris, of course) meant: 8 apartments, 85 works of art, 15 exhibitions, a new language, French papers and payment of rent each month (that was tough).
1995-2000,
Search, Paris > Moscow > New York > Paris > Rome > Paris
Tired of bohemian experience, left to look for self; found: different cities, wife, 4 children, need to paint again - painted.

2000-Now,
Artist/graphic designer, Paris > Rome, Balancing art and children



    Artworks:
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Big Iris
City Salsa 2
Dance Of Death
Dancer
East Village Dance
Graphic Dance Of Death
Leg Play
Magic Veile
Moscow Kiss
New York Dream
New York Sketches - Anxiety
New York Sketches - Sleep
Pepper Cut
Red Flowers
Self Portrait In Red
Tango In Black And White
The Acrobat
The Comb
The Hair Ribbon
The Kiss
The Mirror
The Robe
The Skirt
The Three Graces


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