Born in Moscow (RU), lives in Moscow (RU).
Anatoly Osmolovsky is not only an artist, yet also theoretician, curator, publisher and performance activist.
Another aspect of Osmolovsky's performative and activist practice consists of the 'movements' he has founded and directed: the E.A.T. movement (Expropriation of Art Territories) in the period 1990-1992, the movement Vote Against Everone! Now! In 1998, and in 2000, the Radek Community. He has also published art (theory) magazines: Radek (1993-1994) and Baza or base (2010-...).
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Documentation of the perf...
Anatoly Osmolovsky, Documentation of the performance Journey of Netsezudik to the Land of the Brobdingnags (Mayakovsky/Osmolovsky) , 1993. Photography.
Order for Army of the Art...
Anatoly Osmolovsky, Order for Army of the Arts / Приказ по армии искусств, 2005. Video.
How Much Does the Russian...
Anatoly Osmolovsky, How Much Does the Russian Madness Cost?, 2001. Print, 10,5 x 6,5 x 2 cm.
Dusty Phrases / Пыльные ф...
Anatoly Osmolovsky, Dusty Phrases / Пыльные фразы , 2003. Installation, dust.
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Horizons of Reality
15 March 2003 - 01 June 2003.
‘Horizons of reality’ as the title of an exhibition evokes visions of a splendid view of reality, of various perspectives of reality, of seem
Angels of History – Mosco...
17 September 2005 - 27 November 2005.
This exhibition starts from a synthetic view of Moscow Conceptualism, an as yet undervalued phenomenon in art history. It embodies the return
Paweł Althamer and Anatol...
30 May 2013 - 24 November 2013.
V-A-C Foundation, a not-for-profit Moscow-based institution committed to the international presentation, production and development of Russia
Meeting Points 7 – Ten Th...
25 October 2013 - 16 February 2014.
Meeting Points is a multidisciplinary contemporary arts festival aimed at the contextualised presentation of art from the Arab world, organis
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EUROPE AT LARGE
During the past decades M HKA has paid enduring attention to that part of Europe that was excluded from the reconstruction of Europe after 19
Panamarenko, Jan Fabre, Vaast Colson, James Lee Byars, Gordon Matta-Clark, Robert Filliou, Jacques Lizène, Andrei Monastyrski, Hamlet Hovsepi
The M HKA’s contemporary art collection has grown thanks to a combination of acquisitions, donations and long-term loans from various public