1975 — born in Kyiv, Ukraine
1991-1994 — studied at the State Artistic Secondary School named after Shevchenko, Kyiv, Ukraine.
1994-2000 — studied at the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture, Sculpture Facylty, Kyiv, Ukraine
2008 — traineeship in Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris, France
Since 2001 — a member of the National Artists Union of Ukraine.
Participates in national and international exhibitions, open airs, contests.
His works are kept in the Museum of Contemporary Arts of Ukraine, in private collections in the USA, Spain, Canada, Poland, Serbia, Macedonia, India, Ukraine.
Gennadiy Titov is an artist of an interesting and unusual vision of the world. His pieces of art are integral in respect of composition arrangement. External strength and internal lyrical sophistication are immanent to his works. The sculpturer prefers minor arts. Special feature of the master is his tendency to interpret everyday common scenes in his own way establishing multiple parallels and associations. Philosophic perception of the world of Gennadiy is always felt in his works. They are grotesque and often bear implications of irony but never steps over the boundary, but on the contrary zesty nuances carefully noticed can evolve into advantageous brave renditions. Titov has keen senses of the world around and often destroys stereotypes using his typical composition arrangements.
For his works Gennadiy uses different materials, from stone to bronze but has a separate approach to each. In case of stone, the artist starts from the material seeking interesting ideas for it to transform into. The other way round working with bronze, the sculpturer overmasters the material to his conception. Certain statics with slight motion on the outside but with a strong inner filling is peculiar to his works. Each character is apparently posing to the artist, each one has his own world gradually opening to the beholder. Every work of the master has its own story speaking for itself .
Mariya Skoblikova. Art critic. Senior Researcher. National Art Museum of Ukraine.