Was born in 1956 , Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine. Education: 1983-1984 Studied at External State University of Arts (Alexander Egorov's studio), Moscow, Russia. Experience: 1994 Repatriation to Israel. 1999 Work selected for "The Art Millennium Collection", The Hague, The Netherlands. 1999 Chosen for "2000 Outstanding Artists and Designers of the 20th Century" Encyclopedia, IBC, Cambridge, UK. Membership: 1998 The Renaissance 2001 International Art Group,Tokyo, Japan. 2000 The S.P.A.C.E. Artistic Community, Boston, MA, USA. 2000 The 218 ac Artistic Community, Piacenza, Italy. 2001 International Biblical Artists, Givataim, Israel. Exhibitions: 1984 Group exhibition in Podolsk, Moscow region, Russia. 1991 Exhibition with Andranik Petrosyan, The YerevanYouthPalace, Armenia. 1996 Group exhibition "Jaffa Nights", Tel-Aviv-Jaffa, Israel. Group exhibition, Dan Panorama Hotel, Tel-Aviv, Israel. 1997 Solo exhibition, The Central House of Artists (CHA), Moscow, Russia - the first personal exhibition of an Israeli artist at the CHA. Group exhibition, City Gallery, Tel-Aviv, Israel. 1998 "Menorah" exhibition, The Vine Gallery, Louisville, KY, USA. Group exhibition "State of the Art's 98", FlorenceEventsCenter, Florence, OR, USA. 1999 Selections from The Vine Gallery, The Artists Theatre of Louisville Gallery, KY, USA MAC 21 International Contemporary Art Fair and Art-e-mail, Exhibition Center Sur, Malaga, Spain. First International Internet Festival, Celtica Gallery, Edinburgh, UK. "The Renaissance 2001" group exhibition, KeioUniversity, Tokyo, Japan. International Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Fortezza da Basso, Florence, Italy. "Incontro al Mondo" exhibition, Sole Gallery, Piacenza, Italy. 2000 Personal exhibition, Jewish Community Center, Louisville, KY, USA. "OldMail 1999/NewMail 2000" exhibition, The 621 Gallery, Tallahassee, FL, USA. "1/2000" exhibition, College Jacques-Cartier, Chauny, France. "How Both Men and Women View Women", Scollan Square Gallery, City Hall, Boston, MA, USA. Personal exhibition, The 218 ac Artistic Community, Piacenza, Italy. " Seeds" exhibition, Shomeido Gallery, Tokyo, Japan. "Jewish Moscow", Club of The Jewish Agency for Israel, Moscow, Russia. Second International Internet Festival, Celtica Gallery, Edinburgh, UK. Akiruno Art Festival, Tokyo, Japan. Gilardi Prize,GilardiMuseum, Querceta, Ceravezza, Italy. "Bit by Bit Digital", The Business of ArtCenter, Manitou Springs, CO, USA. 2001 Prayerflags exhibition. Araluen Centre for the Arts, Alice Springs, Australia. 49th Venice Biennial, Marco Nereo Rotelli project "A Net of Voices", Arsenal, Venice, Italy. Sabbatical Year, personal exhibition, The Bible Museum, Tel-Aviv, Israel. Art of your Life, Gallery 21, London, UK. Edinburgh International Internet Festival 2001, Celtica Gallery, Edinburgh, UK. XI International Biennial Art Exhibition, Vila Nova de Cerveira, Portugal. Prix Ars Electronica 2001, Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF), Linz, Austria. For the Victims of Terror, A Virtual Memorial, Cologne, Germany. Between Inspiration and Depression, A Virtual Memorial, Cologne, Germany. "Actuality" exhibition, HanitaContemporaryArt Museum, Kibbutz Hanita, Israel. "rhythmONE", CELLspace, San Francisco, CA, USA. 2002 "1/2000" exhibition, MAL, Laon, France; JeanCalvinMuseum, Noyon, France. "Freedom" exhibition, HanitaContemporaryArt Museum, Kibbutz Hanita, Israel. The Free Biennial, Frying Pan, New York, NY, USA. "Genesis 1,2" exhibition, The Bible Museum, Tel-Aviv, Israel; Studio Oman, Hadera, Israel. Centering: Ancient and Contemporary Expressions of Sacred Art, SonomaMuseum of Visual Art, Santa Rosa, CA, USA. Free Manifesta,Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany. "The Blue Line", Six Israeli Artists exhibition, Omma Gallery, Hania, Greece. "Majority Rules (Part One)", Free Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Art Day exhibition, Ginza City Gallery, Tokyo, Japan. "22", Personal exhibition, Museum Khan, Ashkelon, Israel. "Mirror at the Bottom - artists portraiting themselves", A Virtual Memorial, Cologne, Germany. Edinburgh International Internet Festival 2002, New Dalry House, Edinburgh, UK. "Violence", Violence Festival, Tabor, Czech Republic; Computer Space Festival 2002, Sofia, Bulgaria; Liberarti Festival/Liverpool Biennale, UK; 43th International Filmfestival, Thessaloniki, Greece.
2003 "Digitalis 2" exhibition, The Evergreen Cultural Centre, Coquitlam, Canada. "Men-Shin-Ko", Art Day exhibition, YoyogiPark, Tokyo, Japan. "Combination Plate", Art Day exhibition, Cafe Slow Gallery, Tokyo, Japan. XII International Biennial Art Exhibition, Vila Nova de Cerveira, Portugal. Self-Presentation, A Virtual Memorial, Cologne, Germany. Awards: 1998 The WebArt Museum Award for the Best Art, Hawaii, USA. 1999 Honorary Member of the Institute of Axiological Research, Vienna, Austria. 1999 Jewel of the Web Award of International Association of Web-Masters and Designers. 2000 Award of Merit, 9th Annual Cover Art Competition, Manhattan Arts International, New York, NY, USA. 2000 Editor's Choice Award, The International Library of Poetry, Owings Mills, MD, USA. 2001 Editor's Choice Award, The International Library of Poetry, Owings Mills, MD, USA. 2001 Site of the Week, USAJewish Web Daily Magazine, New York, NY, USA. 2001 Golden Web Award, IAWMD, Wellington, FL, USA. Honorable Mentions: 2000 For Outstanding Artistic Achievement, "Herstory" competition, Manhattan Arts International, New York, NY, USA. Igor Ulanovsky is the author of several poems and articles on Jewish history, ethnography and fine arts. His works are to be found in Gilardi Museum, Querceta, Italy; College Jacques-Cartier, Chauny, France; Project Mind Foundations, Jerusalem, Israel; Machanaim Religious Union, Jerusalem, Israel; Institute of Axiological Research, Vienna, Austria and private collections in Israel, Italy, Russia, Japan, USA, India, Armenia, Canada.