1940 - Born in Perm, Russia

1962-1968 - the graphic arts department of the Leningrad Pedagogical Institute. Herzen

From 1963 - 1973, Zubkov studied the concepts of Impressionism, Cubism, Suprematism, and Matushin's color theory under the tutelage of Vladimir Sterligov, a student of Malevich. From Sterligov's "spherical geometry theory", Zubkov derived a new painting technique, "form creates form." As an "unofficial" artist, Zubkov worked from 1962 - 1977 as an artist-designer in the Botanical Gardens where he was able to continue working with color and form, as well as exploring relationships between spirituality and art.

Art groups:
1995 - creation of an experimental art-research group "COLOR + FORM"
1998 - creation of the artistic association "APRIL 17"
2010 - creation of the art association "SHAPE + COLOR"

Member of the Russian Union of Artists, the Association "Free Culture"

Peronal Exhibitions

  • 1967 - Exhibition of the students Sterligov, Leningrad
  • 1983 - "Evidense of Things Not Seen", Norton Dodge and Charlotte Douglas, Amtrican Center of Russian Culture, New York
  • 1988 - "Gennady Zubkov". Leningrad, Hagelshtam gallery, Helsinki
  • 1989 - "The Third Wave of Russian avant-garde. Gennady Zubkov ", hall the New Valaam Monastery, Finland
  • 1991 - "Gennady Zubkov. Paintings, drawings", gallery WIVI, Jyvaskyla, Finland
  • 1993 - "The Nature and in the studio, concert and exhibition complex" Smolny Cathedral, St. Petersburg
  • 1994 - The 'Impressionism today ", State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
  • 1995 - "In the garden of the Martin family, Bochum, Germany
  • 1999 - "impressionistic cubism, modern art gallery Dianne Beal, Washington
  • 1999 - "Papaver L., or the lessons of Botany", the State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
  • 2000 - "The day before yesterday, yesterday, today," gallery "SPAS", St. Petersburg
  • 2000 - Exhibition in Dahlhausen, Bochum, Germany
  • 2000 - Gennady Zubkov. Paintings, drawings, gallery Nikole Netuschil, Wermelskirchen, Germany
  • 2000 - "Impressionistic cubism," gallery "Guild of Masters", St. Petersburg, Exhibition Hall Pushkin Museum, Mikhailovsky, Russia
  • 2001 - "Gennady Zubkov. Paintings and Drawings" from St. Petersburg. Gallery Nikole Netuscil, Wermelskirchen, Germany
  • 2002 - "Made in Amerika. Before and after September 11", the exhibition center of St. Petersburg Union of Artists
  • 2003 - Gennady Zubkov. Painting "gallery" On deflection, St. Petersburg
  • 2004 - "Paintings and drawings by Gennady Zubkov," gallery "Guild of Masters", St. Petersburg
  • 2005 - Summer 2005. Montenegro ", gallery" SPAS ", St. Petersburg
  • 2006 - The Nature of the eternal feminine, "Palace of Culture KINEF, Kirishi, Russia
  • 2007 - 005, 006, 007 Gallery, "SPAS", St. Petersburg
  • 2007 - "25 Years», gallery Nicole Netuschil, Wermelskirchen, Germany
  • 2008 - "Gennady Zubkov. Retrospective 1967-2007", gelerie Blue Sguare, Paris
  • 2008 - "Transit", Klaus Spermann Galerie, Berlin
  • 2009 - "Gennady Zubkov. Voyage a Calderara di Reno", gallerie Blue Square, Paris

His works are in collections:

  • The State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
  • The State Museum of Fine Arts. Pushkin, Moscow
  • The State Museum of St. Petersburg
  • Museum of Art Jane Vuhrist Zimmerli, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA
  • Museum of Art. XXI century. Kolomna
  • The Museum of Nonconformist Art, St. Petersburg
  • Yaroslavl Art Museum
  • Museum of Fine Arts of the Republic of Karelia, Petrozavodsk
  • Tomsk Regional Art Museum
  • Kemerovo Regional Museum of Fine Arts
  • Arkhangelsk Art Museum
  • Check Point Charlie Museum, Berlin, Germany
  • State Art Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan. A., Almaty
  • Kirov Regional Art Museum named after V. and AM Vasnetsov
  • Directorate of Museums Association of the Leningrad region of St.-Petersburg
  • Perm State Art Gallery
  • National Gallery of Art, Yoshkar Ola, Mari El
  • State Museum of Fine Arts of the Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan
  • Museum of St. Petersburg avant-garde (Matyushina House), The State Museum of St. Petersburg
  • Fund of Natalia and Tatiana Kolodzei, Moscow, New Brunswick, USA