Saturday, January 23, 2016

In New York, died of cancer avant-garde artist Mikhail Odnoralov – REGNUM

New York, USA, January 24, 2016, 03:44 – REGNUM On Saturday, January 23 in New York, died Russian artist, a representative of the Soviet avant-garde in the age of 72 Mikhail Odnoralov . It became known from the message on Facebook from friends of the artist in the United States.

Olga Meyerson wrote on his page on the social network that Odnoralov died after rapidly developed brain cancer. On the Facebook page, friends and acquaintances of the artist published messages of condolences, memories of Odnoralov also placed archival photographs with the Russian avant-garde.

IA REGNUM recalls Michael Odnoralov emigrated to the United States in 1980. Twenty years later, the artist has visited Russia, while in Moscow in the Small Hall of the State Center of Modern Art held a creative meeting with him, where he organized the first screening of the film “M. Coats Odnoralov” director Nina Zaretsky.

In the 60s of the last century Odnoralov entered the circle of painters Anatoly Zverev , Dmitry Krasnopevtseva , Mikhail Roginsky and Dmitry Plavinsky . Garde works were exhibited in the cafe “Blue Bird” along with works by Ilya Kabakov and Erik Bulatov. Later, the artist became one of the organizers of permanent exhibitions and the famous apartment Bulldozer Belyaevo in 1975.

In the same year at an exhibition in the House of Culture Exhibition Center Odnoralov his coat with a bottle of yogurt in your pocket as a work of art. Thus, this exhibit was one of the first art objects in the Soviet avant-garde art.

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