2019 — Nominee of the Golden Mask Russian National Theatre Award (designer in drama — the performance Optimistic Tragedy; the performance — laureate).
2018 — Nominee of the Golden Mask Russian National Theatre Award (designer in musical theatre — the opera Chaadsky).
2014 — Laureate of the theatre award of the Moskovskij Komsomolets newspaper.
2013 — Nominee of the Sergei Kuryokhin Award.
2012 — Nominee of the Kandinsky Prize.

Алексей Трегубов


Graduated from the Moscow State Academic Art School in Memory of 1905 (the faculty of fine art) and the Surikov Moscow State Art Institute (department of fine art, class of monumental sculpture).

Between 2001-2006 worked in the workshop of Alexandr Kornoukhov and participated in the creation of mosaics for various projects in Moscow, Zurich and Ukraine.
Since 2005 has been member of the monumental section of the Moscow Union of Artists.

Personal exhibitions: Galerie Polysémie (Marseilles, 2010), Korjaamo Galleria (Helsinki, 2010), Moscow Museum of Modern Arts — MMOMA (Moscow, 2012) and the Iragui gallery (Moscow, 2013, 2019).

He was the author of the design concept for the foyer for the 90th anniversary of the Mayakovski Moscow Academic Theatre and the venue The Scenes on Sretenka (2012); of the artistic solution of the exposition The same in the Manege, dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the order of the destruction of the Manege Exhibition by N.S. Khrushchev (The Moscow Manege, 2012); the installation Directors to decorate the foyer of the Gogol Centre (2013); the exhibition Lyubimov and the time. 1917-2017. 100 years of the history of the country and man (the Museum of Moscow, 2017); and the exhibition-performance DNA of Theatre for the 140th anniversary of GITIS (MMOMA, 2018).

Acted as the exhibition architect for A Game of Circus (MMOMA, 2014); Mikhail Shemyakin. Metaphysical Workshop (MMOMA, 2019); Playing with Masterpieces: From Henri Matisse to Marina Abramovich (the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, 2019); Moscow Cultural Forum (The Moscow Manege, 2019); The Russian Fairy Tale. From Vasnetsov to the Present (Tretyakov Gallery, 2020); Theatrocracy. Catherine II and the Opera (Tsaritsyno Museum-Reserve, 2021); In the Language of Rules and Exceptions. Science and Art (the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, 2023).

He is the founder and curator of the Komnata art gallery (at the building of the Moscow Theatre “School of Modern Drama” 2011), the co-founder and curator of the exhibition space New Wing at the Memorial Museum “Gogol’s House” in Moscow (2014–2016).

He is making his debut at the Bolshoi Theatre as designer for the opera Luisa Miller (2023).

As a stage and costume designer, he collaborated with various theatres in Russia and Europe.


Works at the music theatre:

Il Barbiere di Siviglia (Die Komische Oper Berlin, 2016);
Chaadsky (the Moscow Music Theatre Helikon Opera, 2017);
Madama Butterfly (the Moscow Theatre Novaya Opera, 2018);
Iolanta / Der Zwerg (Novaya Opera, 2023).

Works at the drama theatre:

In My Own Words by I. Reichelhaus (2006), A man came to a woman based on the play by S. Zlotnikov (new version, 2008), House and Weekend by E. Grishkovets (2009 and 2014 respectively), Overheard, overseen, unrecorded by E. Grishkovets and I. Reichelhaus (2012), Save Kammerjunker Pushkin by M. Kheifets (2013), Russian Sorrow by S. Nikitin and V. Zhuk based on A. Griboyedov’s comedy Woe from Wit (2010), Super Detective Little Mouse based on the play by E. Kollegova (2017; all of them at the Moscow Theatre “School of Modern Drama”);

Drunks by I. Vyrypaev (the Moscow Art Theatre, 2014; the Düsseldorfer Schauspielhaus, 2014; National Theatre of Hungary, Budapest, 2016);

The Lower Depths by V. Ryzhakov based on the play by M. Gorky (National Theatre of Hungary, 2014);

Tolstoy’s War and Peace by V. Ryzhakov (Tovstonogov Bolshoi Drama Theatre, 2015);

Crime and Punishment based on the novel by F. Dostoyevsky (2016), Optimistic Tragedy. Farewell Ball based on the play by Vs. Vishnevsky (2017), One Eight Eight One by V. Fokin (2022; all of them at the Alexandrinsky Theatre, St Petersburg);

Feast by D. Azarov based on works by avant-garde collective Oberiu (Roman Viktyuk Theatre, 2021);

Black Snowstorm based on the play by A. Bukreeva (the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre, 2022);

REX based on the play by K. Fokin (National Theatre of Hungary, Budapest, 2023).