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Gregory Orekhov, russian sculptor, was born in the USSR and was lucky to be surrounded by artwork ever since his first birthday. His father, Yuri Orekhov, was a well-known Russian sculptor. Awarded with a title of the «National artist of the Russian Federation», member of the academy Yuri Orekhov, devoted his entire life to art. He was Gregory’s first teacher who gave him the basics of the profession. From his early age Gregory often helped his father with his work and in the process learned the academic style in sculpture. As a student of the Studio by Russian Academy of Arts (RAA), where Yuri Orekhov was also teaching, Gregory Orekhov discovered the full cycle of sculpture creation: from soft to solid materials, such as bronze, stone, and concrete, which enabled him to work in different techniques.

During his time at the art studio, Gregory had a chance to meet the greatest Russian artists whose craftsmanship left an indelible mark on his creative path. When he was a child together with his father, he created the monument of «The defenders of the White House in Moscow» (1992), Gregory’s first big work. In 1996-2001 both father and son worked on the reconstruction of the sculptural decoration of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow; this project received an award from the government of Moscow for the highest quality of realization.

The year 2000 was the last year when Gregory worked alongside his father. The monument of Alexander Pushkin by Yuri and Gregory Orekhov got a State Award. In addition to his creative work Gregory Orekhov contributed to the promotion of arts and culture in Russia. Since 2001, after death of his father, Gregory served as the director of the «Sculptor» foundation aimed at supporting more then 50 Russian artists and architects and enabling them to create their masterpieces for a wide international audience.

In 2003 Gregory Orekhov established a museum space entitled «The creative heritage of academician Yuri Orekhov» which served as a venue for art events, dialogues, meetings and conferences on a wide range of issues in the field of monumental art. Central to these activities is the Museum’s unique collection of sculptures by the acclaimed master — Yuri Orekhov.

In 2004, Gregory Orekhov established the «Golden Nut» award for young students of art universities in Moscow and St. Petersburg. During the last ten years of his life Gregory became actively interested in architecture, art direction and design. As a result, he successfully accomplished multiple projects in Russia and abroad using different techniques, materials and new technologies. It is worth noting that Gregory always stayed true to his roots. Even during his productive time as an architect he continued to work on sculptures, such as fountains for Moscow and the Moscow region.

In 2015 the Moscow Region sign created by him became an official symbol of city’s country. Nowadays there are 12 sign sculptures on the borders of Moscow made by Orekhov. Currently Gregory is immersed in the process of creating contemporary sculpture series made with stainless steel.



Gregory Orekhov works in different techniques and materials, such as bronze, stone, stainless steel, concrete etc.

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We are pleased to announce that on December 15, in the very heart of Moscow, a sculpture by Gregory Orekhov “Agatha” was installed.

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On the occasion of the 220th anniversary of Alexander Pushkin's birth, the Peterhof State Museum Reserve presents “Eternity“, a sculpture by Gregory Orekhov.

On 9th of May Gregory Orekhov’s installation entitled Salvation was officially opened for public in Venice.

On 9th of May Gregory Orekhov’s installation entitled Salvation was officially opened for public in Venice.

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On November 27, the “Breakthrough” exhibition, organized to support the development of palliative care and new technologies in medicine, was opened.


On November 20, the pop-up exhibition, included works by G.Orekhov and dedicated to the largest-scale update of the Andromeda Search System, was held by Yandex.


Collaboration for the special immersive evening for guests of Cartier at the Schusev State Museum of Architecture.


On September 19, Orekhov Gallery presents a new exhibition Lilac Ladies by Sergey Bondarev and Gregory Orekhov.


Gregory Orekhov will participate in the 2018 edition of Cosmoscow Fair (September 7 to 9).


The new sculpture by Gregory Orekhov might be installed in the Moscow city center in 2021.


On 31st of May 2018 there was the opening of the exhibition "Kanon" at Orekhov Gallery.


On 3d of April 2018 there was "RGB" show opening at Orekhov Gallery.


Gregory Orekhov and Bentley collaborated together for presentation of the new car model. "Agatha" sculpture was installed in front of the New Continental GT.

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Today, 29th of November, Gregory Orekhov installed the sculpture on the Red Square in front of the central entrance to the GUM.


25th of October Gregory Orekhov participated at Nabokov House presentation.


Orekhov Gallery was officially opened to the public in October 2017.


Upcoming exhibition "Reflexion", a series of neo-pop art works made of stainless steel by Gregory Orekhov, will be the first gallery’s project.

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Gregory Orekhov will participate in START Fair. The fair will take place at the Saatchi Gallery from 14th September to 17th September 2017.

Cosmoscow 2017

Gregory Orekhov will participate in Cosmoscow 2017 from September 8 to 10.


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Untitled, 1993
23 x 21 x 10 cm, granite
Red, 2017
44 x 37 x 33 cm, marble, mirror-polished stainless steel with transparent color coating
Volcano, 2018
27 х 27 x 175 cm, volcanic stone, colored stainless steel
The Veil, 2018
220 cm, quartz, black coating
Ovum 8, 2018
250 cm, marble, fiberglass
Opportunities, 2019
220 × 220 × 240 сm, fiberglass
Ovum 7.1, 2018
630 x 120 x 120, fiberglass, concrete
Agatha, 2017
45 × 25 × 25 cm, mirror-polished stainless steel
My egg, 2016
21 x 30 x 21 cm, mirror-polished stainless steel with transparent color coating
Twist dog, 2017
150 × 195 × 30 cm, mirror-polished stainless steel, electroplating coating
Agatha, 2017
230 х 130 x 130 cm, mirror-polished stainless steel
Agatha, 2017
55 × 55 × 100 cm, mirror-polished stainless steel
Salvation, 2019
130 × 130 × 17 cm, mirror-polished stainless steel
Salation, 2019
130 × 130 × 17 cm, aluminium, white pigment
My big egg, 2017
60 x 60 x 190 cm, oak, mirror-polished stainless steel
Narcissus, 2018
Stainless steel with transparent color coating
“Core” Fountain, 2020
300 x 300 x 150 cm, mirror-polished, stainless steel
Magic bed, 2020
190 x 80 x 70 cm, mirror-polished stainless steel
Major Tom, 2019
Mirror-polished stainless steel
Malevich, 2020
950 x 600 x 600 cm.
Mirror-polished stainless steel, shotcrete concrete
Untiteled, 2020
Mirror-polished stainless steel
Untitled, 2020
90х90х400сm, painted bronze
Agatha in Pink, 2019
27 cm, composite with matte color coating
Agatha in Black, 2019
27 cm, composite with color coating
Panel “Agathas in pink ”, 2018
260 × 260 cm, composite, artists’s color coating, MDF board, plexiglass
Think pink, 2018
210 x 100 x 100 cm, brass, sugar + video installation
Filter, 2018
200 x 200 x 200 cm, plexiglass
Untitled, 2000
30 x 27 x 20 cm, solid glass