Olga Bulgakova


1951 – born in Moscow, Russia to a family of artists.
Parents – Vasily Ivanovich Bulgakov and Matilda Mikhailovna Bulgakova – the first and main teachers.

1962 - 1969 – Secondary School of the Moscow State Surikov Art Institute.

1969 - 1975 – Moscow State Surikov Art Institute (studio of D.K. Mochalsky). Acquaintance with Alexander Sitnikov.

Since 1972 – Bulgakova has participated in exhibitions.

Since 1976 – Member of the USSR Union of Artists (since 1993 – Moscow Union of Artists).

1975 - 1985 – Cycles Theatre and Transformation.

1978 - 1985 – Series of works dedicated to Nikolai Gogol.

1978 – Birth of daughter Natalia.

1979 – Grand Prize of International Competition of Young Artists, Sofia, Bulgaria.

1980 - 1990 – Series Dreams, Dwarfs and Woman and Still Life.

2002 - 2004 – Series Archaisms.

2003 – Silver Medal of the Russian Academy of Fine Arts.

2005 - 2006 – Series Nomina.

2007 – Associate Member of the Russian Academy of Fine Arts.

2007 – Series Matriarchy.

2007 - 2012 – Series Biblical scetches.

2012 – Full Member of the Russian Academy of Fine Arts.


State Tretyakov Gallery
State Russian Museum
Moscow museum of Modern Art
Kemerovo Regional Museum of Fine Arts
The Omsk State Museum of Fine Arts
State Art Museum of Pavlodar
The Saratov State Art Museum named after A.N. Radishev
Museum of Contemporary Art. Sofia, Bulgaria
Zimmerli Art Museum. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, USA
Ludwig Forum for International Art. Aachen, Germany
The international Museum of XX Century Art (TIMOTCA). Los Angeles, USA
National Museum of Women in the Arts. Washington, USA
Kolodzei Collection of Russian and Eastern European Art, Kolodzei Art Foundation,USA
Collection of M’ARS Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow
International Images Collection. Sewickley, PA, USA

Collection of Margarita and Jack Hennessy, New York, USA
Collection of Christian Keesee Collection, USA
Collection of Antonio Piccoli, Italy
Collection of Michael Berschader, Vladimir Berschader, Belgium
Collection of Victor Bondarenko
Collection of Annamukhamed Zaripov