Vladimir Scherbakov (1953) is an artist and member of the Union of Artists of Russia since 1995. Graduated from an art institute under the guidance of A.Malishevsky (Minsk, 1973). Since 1972 has participated in national and international exhibitions, including: biennale of easel graphics “Kaliningrad – Koenigsberg”, Kaliningrad, Russia (1990-2011); “Artists of Kaliningrad”, Bremerhaven, Germany; International Triennale of Small Graphic Forms, Norway (1991); joint exhibition with a sculptor H.Drevs “The Meeting of Two Generations”. Kaliningrad Art Gallery, Russia; Plen district museum, Germany (1993); Bonn, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany (1994); “Dedicated to Kant”, Kaliningrad, Russia; Ellingen, Germany; “Zeitgennossische russische Grafik—12 preistrager der Biennalen. 1990-1994”, Frankfurt-Potsdam-Berlin, Germany; IId triennale of graphics “Sand and stone”, Gdansk, Poland; plain-air of Russian and German artists “Urban and cultural landscape”, Museum of the World Ocean, Museum of Natural History, Kaliningrad (1997); “Sardines in oil”, MWO, NCCA, Kaliningad; all-Russian festival “Cultural heroes of the XXIst century”, Cultural Center “House”, Moscow, Russia (1999); “Literature and art between the East and the West. Contemporary Kaliningrad art”, NCCA& Kaliningrad Art gallery, Russia; contemporary art and photography “The simplest theme”, Kaliningrad Art Gallery, Russia (2004); international forum “From Kaliningrad/Königsberg with love”, Kronprinz tower, NCCA; project “Art guide: Königsberg/Kaliningrad now”, NCCA (2005); “Diaries of the city of Kaliningrad”, Kaliningrad Art gallery, Russia (2006); “Following Lunacharsky”, BB NCCA (2012); public art installation “Inclusion” (Kaliningrad, 2013). Vladimir is the winner and nominee of international biennales of graphic art of the Baltic sea countries: prize in the nomination “Printing graphics” (1992, 1996); a diploma for the development of printing graphics in Kaliningrad (2005); a special prize of the Xth Biennale “For a contribution to the development of printing graphics in Kaliningrad” (2011). Vladimir’s works are in the collections of the State Tretiakov Gallery, Kaliningrad Art Gallery, Kaliningrad Museum of Natural History, Plen district museum (Germany), as well as in public and private collections.