Alex Nemirovsky was born in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan (then USSR). His father is a sculptor, and in his early days, Nemirovsky spent a lot of time in his father's studio, where he was surrounded by his father's sculpture, other artists and some his first mentors. Later, Alex graduated from College of Arts in Tashkent.
His development as an artist continued in St. Petersburg (then called Leningrad, USSR), where he moved to complete his studies. His influences range from great international masters of Hermitage. Works like "In the Studio" and "Interior in the Moonlight with a Portrait of the Red Cardinal" clearly demonstrate these influences, specifically Baroque and Expressionist styles. His works imaginatively combine central Asian decorative colors with classical European and Russian traditions.
Finally, Nemirovsky emigrated to Australia, which offered new ground for discovery and the artist's imaginative, often surreal pictures, such as those in the "Australian" series. His paintings can be described as magical realism in visual form. Some works revel a profound inner serenity, like the ones in " Underwater series."
Nemirovsky's works range from easel paintings to large murals, with the largest mural, "Lady of St. Kilda," at the Balaclava railway station, Carlisle st, Melbourne, Australia. Nemirovsky has exhibited his works throughout Europe, Australia and America.