Was born in Odessa (USSR) in 1953 in the family of prominent Russian artist Victor Reichet.
1971—1977 he was a student of professor Victor Oreshnikov at the Russian Academy of Arts (Art institute named after Repine).
From 1976 to 1987 he was a member of 3 arctic expeditions to Franz Joseph Land, North Land and Bennett Island. Starting in 1976 he participated in over 200 exhibitions in Russia, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Estonia, the Netherlands, Japan, the United States and Canada.
Member of the Geographic society of Russia since 1984.
Member of the Russian Union of Artists since 1980.
Member of the International Artists Federation since 2002.
Member of the 56th Russian Antarctic Expedition 2010—2011.
14 September 2013, tragically perished in his last expedition to the North Pole, “Yamal-Antarctica-2013”.
1976 — “Franz Joseph Land”, Exhibit hall at the Beaux Arts Academy, Institute Repine, Leningrad, USSR
1990 — Volvo Corporation Exhibit Hall, Göteborg, Sweden
1990 — “7 Russian Artists”, Nellemann and omsen, Aarhus, Denmark
1991 — Gallery 10/10, St. Petersburg, Russia
1991 — Grenen Museum of Modern Art, Skagen, Denmark (catalogue)
1993 — “Blu”, Palitre Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia
1995 — “Paintings and Sculpture”, Banegaarden, Aabenraa, Denmark
1996 — “The Last Whale”, Central library of Karslrue, Germany
1997—1999—2000—2002 — Palitre Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia
1998 — Artist Union of Russia, St. Petersburg, Russia
1999 — “Iconolatry”, Aalborg, Denmark
2001 — Venemaa Kultuurfondi, Tallinn, Estonia
2003 — Diaghilev Center, St. Petersburg, Russia
2004 — “Erotic Icons”, Gallery Mailletz, Paris, France
2004 — Beijing, China
2005 — International Federation of Artists (FIA), St. Petersburg, Russia (70 paintings)
2005 — Knud Grothe Charlottenlund Art Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
2005 — Beniksgaard Gallery, Graatsen, Denmark
2005 — “Painting, Sculpture, Objects”, International Federation of Artists (FIA), St. Petersburg, Russia
2006 — “Erotic Icons”, Jacob K. Javits Center, New York City, USA; Queen City Gallery, Charlotte, USA
2006 — “The North” (painting, drawing), Tretyakov’s Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia
2009 — “Leisure” (drawing), the Blue Hall, Russian Artists Union, St. Petersburg, Russia
2009 — Art-cafe “The Stray Dog”, St. Petersburg, Russia
2009 — “Rusty Metal Solo”, StArt Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia
2009 — “Leo Tolstoy Escape”, Mart Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia
2011 — “Antarctic”, 56th Russian Antarctic Expedition, Bellingshausen Station, King George Island
2011 — “Under Captain Drake Sign”, the Blue Hall, Russian Artists Union, St. Petersburg, Russia
2012 — “Gallery Reinert”, Karlsruhe, Germany
2013 — “Two Poles of the Earth”, Italian Hall, Academy of Arts, St. Petersburg, Russia
Tretiakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia; Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; collection of the Ministry of Culture, Moscow, Russia; Erarta Museum and Galleries of Contemporary Art, St. Petersburg, Russia; St. Petersburg History Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; Arctic and Antarctic Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; Collection of the Central Exhibition Hall, St. Petersburg, Russia; Fine Arts Museum, Arkhangelsk, Russia; Arkhangelsk Regional Museum, Arkhangelsk, Russia; Art Gallery, Vologda, Russia; Novgorod Museum of Art, Novgorod the Great, Russia; Grenen Museum of Modern Art, Grenen, Skagen, Denmark; Modern Art in Axile Museum, Jersey City, NJ, United States.
Denmark: Collection of the Royal Family, Mads Friis, Per Anders, Helle Dalgaard, Kristian Kaer. Germany: Kurt Dechler, Eugen Faas, Gunter Glaubitz. Estonia: Victor Cherichevski. Russia: Nikolai Blagodatov, Dubrovich, and others in Russia, United States, Japan, France, Great Britain, Italy, Holland, Sweden, Norway and Finland.