Selected Exhibitions and Awards of Sergey Ignatenko
2016 - 2011 - Marienheem, (the Netherlands) - P. Groen Art

2016 - 2010 – Quebec (Canada) – Galerie d'Art du Château Frontenac

2016 - 2009 – Stavanger (Norway) – GallerieAmare

2016-2008 - WienerNeustadt (Austria) - DomGalerie
2015 - 2007 Delft (The Netherlands) – ModelsinArt

2015 – Gomel (Belarus) – The central city library (“Hot stones”, group exhibition)

2012 – Minsk (Belarus), Palace of Arts – Painters of Gomel region (group exhibition)

2012 – Gomel (Belarus), Gomel city culture palace (personal exhibition)

2012 – Gomel (Belarus), Gomel city library (personal exhibition)

2011 - Marienheem, the Netherlands - P. Groen Art - Winter Open doors days 

2011 – Gomel (Belarus) - Vashchenko Gallery (group exhibition)

2011 - Gomel (Belarus) - The 1st international art plain air. Plain Air was devoted to 25th Anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster

2010 - Sevastopol (Crimea, Ukraine) – The 2nd international art plein air

2010 - Hoiniki (Belarus, Polesie area) - The 1st international art plein air

2009 – Sevastopol (Ukraine) - The I international plein air

2008 - Gomel (Belarus) - Vashchenko Gallery (personal exhibition)
2008 - Minsk, Belarus - Republic Art Palace
2008 - Spring Collection Art Ireland (with Arkhangel Gallery)
2008 - Listowel, Co. Kerry (Ireland) - Arkhangel Gallery
2007 - 2008 Lleida (Spain) - Rodsevi gallery
2007 - Gasselternijveen (The Netherlands) - Kunstgalerie Arnold
2007 - Navlya (Russia) - The X international art plein air
2007 - Chaville (France) - Atrium de Chaville
2006 - New York (USA) - The Agora gallery
2006 - Zhitomir (Ukraine) - The II international art plein air
2006 - Dallas (Texas, USA) - The American Juried Art Salon
2001 - 2004 - Art Expo New York (USA)
2001 - Israel - Oded Art Gallery - Old Jaffa
2000 - Israel - Dan Palace Eilat
1999 - Israel King Solomon's Palace Eilat
1998 - Hamburg (Germany) - Geissing Design
1997 - Singapore - Tresors International Fine Art
1996 - Paris - Galexy Gallery
1995 - Warsaw (Poland) - Group Exhibition
1994 - Minsk (Belarus) - Personal Exhibition
Award
2006 - Honorable Mention (The American Juried Art Salon)
Publication

2015 - The living memory of my family (ISBN 978-985-6437-36-9, Sergey Ignatenko's gradik was used as one of illustrations to the book)

2012 – My dear by Georgiy Shevmer (Sergey Ignatenko’s paintings as illustration to the book)

2008 - Who's Who in Visual Art (Art Domain Whois Verlag)

Collections

2014 – National art museum of Republic of Belarus (Portrait of May Dancig)