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Viktor Lukin

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20130923190212-autumn_relief1988
"Autumn relief", 1988 Mixed-media 100x120x5cm © The Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
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"Relief-II", 1993 Mixed-media 53x47cm © Viktor Lukin
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Untitled, 1989 Mixed-media 100x100x15cm © The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
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Untitled, 1993 Sculpture 23,6x12,2x4,7cm © The Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia
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Twillight relief, 1991 Relief 25x125x15cm © Viktor Lukin
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"Dedicated Kruchenykh I", 2011 Relief-paper 61x21,5cm © Viktor Lukin
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"Dedicated Kruchenykh II", 2011 Paper Relief 61,0x21,5cm © Viktor Lukin
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"Dedicated Kruchenykh III", 2011 Paper Relief 61,0x21,5cm © Viktor Lukin
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"Dedicated Kruchenykh iV", 2011 Paper Relief 61,0x21,5cm
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"Eternal peace or courage to use your own mind", 2012 Paper Sculpture 36x23x23cm © Viktor Lukin
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"If you want to be fed - should be all", 2012 Paper Sculpture 37x12x10cm © Viktor Lukin
20130923203803-revolution_in_the_cup_breaks_the_tradition_of_form_perception2012
"Revolution in the cup breaks the tradition of the form perception", 2012 Sculpture 17x19x24cm © Viktor Lukin
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Art-Camouflage-II, 1997 Installation
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Art-Camouflage-I, 1996 Installation
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self-portrait in the helmet, 1996 Performance
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Changing of the Ego, 1996 Performance
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The raid - I, 1985 Drawing 27x31 Sm
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Iridescent Forest, 2013 Sculpture Installatin 200x8x8sm
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Iridescent Forest, 2013 200x8x8sm
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Iridescent Forest, 2013 Sculpture Installatin 200x8x8sm
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Letters, 2013 Relief 36x49sm, 12 Elements
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want to be heard - сome closer!, 2014 490x140x125sm
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want to be heard - come closer!, 2014 490x140x125sm
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Quick Facts
Lives in
Moscow
Works in
Moscow
Schools
1978 Graduated from the Graphics Faculty of Nizhny Tagil State Teachers` Training Institute, 1978
Representing galleries
KultProekt Gallery http://kultproekt.ru/
Tags
abstract, sculpture, mixed-media, performance, landscape, photography, digital, exhibition/performance, photo
Viktor Lukin (sv)

Victor  Lukin, born in 1955 (Nizhny Tagil, Russia). First art searches relate to op-art, with usage of inclusions of three-dimensional elements in a plane of a picture. First personal exhibition was held in 1985 (Nizhny Tagil). Interest in three-dimensional forms resulted in creating of painted metal reliefs. Traditions of Russian avant-garde artists, such as Kazimir Malevich, El Lissitzky, Vladimir Tatlin, developed in these reliefs, which were exhibited many times, for example on such exhibitions as “National traditions and post-modernism” The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia (1993); “Abstraction in Russia – XX century” The Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia (2001); “Moscow abstraction – XX century” The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia (2002); “Around reliefs” The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia (2010); “Movement, shape, dance” The Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia (2011); “RELIEF IN RUSSIA of the 18th - early 21th.centuries” The Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia (2013) . Urge in quest for overall influence, as a result, led to modular installations based on small paper forms – “sculpture on a tongue” – sculpture of the smallest size located in unusual spaces. The usage of vast amounts of mini sculptures enables an artist to implicate objects little to do with cultural context in to the artistic fusion. Such objects are: the first nuclear bomb, a tank, a cannon and so on. The modules took part in numerous performances: “Art Camouflage” The central Museum of Armed Forces, Moscow, Russia (1996); “International Photobiennale’98” Moscow, Russia (1998); “Art Constitution” The Moscow Modern Art Museum, Moscow, Russia (2003); “Paper time” The National centre for contemporary arts, Moscow, Russia (2011).

Participated in the 3, 4, 5  Moscow biennale of contemporary art

The artist lives and works in Moscow, Russia. Has the rank of professor in national University of Design.

His works are in collections of The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia; The Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia; The State Reserve-Museum “Tsaritsyno”, Moscow, Russia; Stavropol Regional Museum of Fine Arts, Stavropol, Russia.