Dmitry Oskin Russian, b. 1986

"I wanted to do something different from scratch and open a new page."

Dmitry Oskin is a London-based Photographer and Dancer. The subject of Art has always been of interest to him from a very young age, winning national drawing competitions at ages 14 and 16. Oskin used to work as a stylist and on film and photoshoots in a studio after leaving St.Petersburg in 2009. After studying he started on his new path as a photographer's assistant, who slowly introduced him to the kind of art chat Oskin is working on now. 

London was not the first place that Oskin’s passion in art was recognised. Back in Russia, at the age of 14, he won a national Russian drawing competition and the prize was presented to him by the mayor of St Petersburg in the world famous Hermitage Museum. Then, at the age of 16, he won a national award for his artwork, which now hangs in the Duma, a Russian assembly with advisory and legislative functions, in Moscow. I was really impressed when I received this information, as it is truly a big honour. 



2011 Provocation. VZ Gallery, London
2012 A Journey Through London. Portrait of Prince Nikita Lobanov. Pushkin House Gallery, London
2014 Nature of Beauty. Green lens Studios, London
2017 Butterflies. Lamberty Gallary, London
2018 Butterflies "Redux". Lamberty Gallary, London
2021 Photo London. Somerset House, London
2022 Photo London. Somerset House, London