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Anatolli Skurikhin


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Anatolli Skurikhin

Anatolli Skurikhin was a Russian artist who gained international recognition for his innovative use of abstract expressionist techniques. He was born in 1963 in Moscow and studied at the Surikov Art Institute in the 1980s. Skurikhin's work is characterized by its bold use of color and texture, as well as its exploration of themes such as identity, gender, and sexuality. Skurikhin's artistic style evolved over the course of his career, with his early works featuring more traditional figurative elements before transitioning to a more abstract style. He often employed a range of materials in his works, including paper, cloth, and glass, which added depth and dimension to his pieces. Skurikhin's work has been exhibited in galleries around the world, including in New York City, London, and Moscow. He received numerous awards and accolades throughout his career, including the prestigious Kandinsky Prize in 2007. Tragically, Skurikhin passed away in 2018 at the age of 55. Despite his untimely death, his legacy lives on through his powerful and thought-provoking artwork.

Anatolli Skurikhin, Russian artist, abstract expressionism, mixed media, identity, gender, sexuality, Surikov Art Institute, Kandinsky Prize

Mark Nelson

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Anatolli Skurikhin

Anatolli Skurikhin is widely recognized as one of the most influential Russian artists of the contemporary era. His use of abstract expressionist techniques have earned him international acclaim. His works have been exhibited in galleries worldwide, ranging from New York City to London. He is also renowned for his use of mixed media, often employing a range of materials such as paper, cloth, and glass. His work often explores themes of identity, gender, and sexuality, often pushing the boundaries of art. Notable works include ‘Dream of a Sorceress’, ‘No More Tomorrows’, and ‘The Sea of Damnation’, all of which have been widely exhibited and critically acclaimed.

Russian art, contemporary art, abstract expressionism, mixed media, Anatolli Skurikhin.

Mei Wang

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