Chronology of the principal sculptural works of Alexander Bourganov
Monument commemorating the 400th birthday of the city of Orel (1966)
"Memories of an old worker" (1968)
Decorative relief-emblem on the Central House of Filmmakers in Moscow (1969)
Monument "Friendship of Peoples: in honor of the 400th annivrersary of the union of Udmurtia and Russia (1972)
"Victory" statue at the Central House of Artists, Moscow (1978)
"War and Peace", Germany (1980)
"Yuri Gagarin, First Man in Space", Expo 86 World's Fair, Canada (1986)
Portraits in bas-relief of Russian artists Repin, Surikov, Briullov, Konenkov, Ivanov and Shishkin at the Tretyakovskaya Station of the Moscow Metro (1986)
Composition with nine figures "War and Peace" (1987)
Monument to Sofia Perovskaya, Kaluga (1987)
Portrait of Ivan Tsvetaev for the Pushkin State Museum, Moscow (1992)
Monument to Soviet Soldiers killed on the territory of Belgium during the Second World War (1990–92)
Monument to the poet Lermontov, Moscow (1994)
Monument to the writer Ivan Bunin, Voronezh (1995)
Fountain "Princess Turandot" on Old Arbat Street (1997)
Monument to Alexander Pushkin and Natalia Goncharova on Old Arbat Street (1999)
Monument to Alexander Pushkin at George Washington University in Washington D.C. (2000)
Gallery "Legendary People"; bust of great figure in world culture: Andrei Tarkovsky, Iosif Brodsky; Rudolph Nuryevev, Ivan Bunin, G. Fogeler. (2000–2005).
"The Golden Lion." (2002)
Sculptural ensemble on Ukrainsky Boulvar in Moscow: "Allegory of Air"; "Allegory of Water"; "Forests of Ukraine"; "Fountain "Youth"; *Decorative sculpture "Friendship"; monument to E.F. Gnesina. (2005)
Memorial plaque to S. Richter, Moscow (2005).
Decorative bas-reliefs on the building of the Bogoliubov Library, Moscow (2005).
Sculptural ensemble "Ecology" in the Square on Sivtsev Vrazhye (2005).
Sculptural park 'Understanding knowledge" on the square in front of the film theater Brest in Moscow. (2005).
Statue of John Quincy Adams in front of the U.S. Embassy Moscow (2008).
Statue of Walt Whitman in front of the Humanities Faculty Building at Moscow State University (2009).