Andrei Monastyrski is a renowned Russian artist who has been an essential force in the development of Moscow Conceptualism since the 1970s. He is a founding member of the Collective Actions group, and a seminal figure in the movement known as Moscow Artist's concept. Monastyrski's most famous works includes the interactive performance, 'Assembly', which was performed in the streets of Moscow in 1978. His 'Lines, Points and Groups' series, which began in 1979, is considered to be one of the most influential works of Moscow Conceptualism. Monastyrski has also collaborated with other historic figures of the movement such as Ilya Kabakov, Vadim Zakharov, and Erik Bulatov.
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— Mei Wang
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