Vladimir’s father was an artist. Vladimir graduated with painter diploma from Penza Art College named after K. A. Savitsky (1987), then with graphics diploma graduated from lya Repin St. Petersburg State Academic Institute for Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (1994).
Since January 1988 is teaching, organizing exhibitions of contemporary artists. Vladimir is the author of the project Artist Wanted, which shows young Russian artists.
Fine artist, painter Vladimir Yakobtchuk constantly moves from technique to technique, masterfully navigating through them in search of new ways of creative development. After a classical training at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, he turned to do abstraction and collage. His artworks have been shown at the international exhibitions at the State Russian Museum: "Abstract Art in Russia" and "Collage in Russia."
From the beginning, Yakobtchuk used time-consuming and fairly rare techniques. For the artist, the technical accentuation became not only an object of experimental practice but also symbolic signs, an artistic way of thinking built on allusions.