ILYA KABAKOV THE MAN WHO NEVER THREW ANYTHING AWAY PDF

He worked for thirty years in Moscow, from the s until the late s. He now lives and works on Long Island. Throughout his forty-year plus career, Kabakov has produced a wide range of paintings, drawings, installations, and theoretical texts — not to mention extensive memoirs that track his life from his childhood to the early s. In recent years, he has created installations that evoked the visual culture of the Soviet Union, though this theme has never been the exclusive focus of his work. Unlike some underground Soviet artists, Kabakov joined the Union of Soviet Artists in , and became a full member in

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He worked for thirty years in Moscow, from the s until the late s. He now lives and works on Long Island. Throughout his forty-year plus career, Kabakov has produced a wide range of paintings, drawings, installations, and theoretical texts — not to mention extensive memoirs that track his life from his childhood to the early s. In recent years, he has created installations that evoked the visual culture of the Soviet Union, though this theme has never been the exclusive focus of his work.

Unlike some underground Soviet artists, Kabakov joined the Union of Soviet Artists in , and became a full member in This was a prestigious position in the USSR and it brought with it substantial material benefits. By using fictional biographies, many inspired by his own experiences, Kabakov has attempted to explain the birth and death of the Soviet Union, which he claims to be the first modern society to disappear.

In the Soviet Union, Kabakov discovers elements common to every modern society, and in doing so he examines the rift between capitalism and communism. Rather than depict the Soviet Union as a failed Socialist project defeated by Western economics, Kabakov describes it as one utopian project among many, capitalism included.

By reexamining historical narratives and perspectives, Kabakov delivers a message that every project, whether public or private, important or trivial, has the potential to fail due to the potentially authoritarian will to power. His mother, Bertha Solodukhina, was Jewish. There he started attending the school of the Leningrad Academy of Art that was evacuated to Samarkand. His classmates included the painter Mikhail Turovsky.

From to , he studied at the Art School, Moscow; in he graduated from V. Surikov State Art Institute, Moscow, where he specialized in graphic design and book illustration. In , Kabakov became a "candidate member" of the Union of Soviet Artists he later became a full member in This status secured him a studio, steady work as an illustrator and a relatively healthy income by Soviet standards. He recalls that he was "rich" compared to most Soviets.

Kabakov, as a book illustrator and official artist, was able to produce his "private" artwork in his official studio. Between Kabakov began making his first unofficial works, which he called "drawings for myself.

None of these early projects amounted to more than sketches on paper. They were never titled, and they were often similar in style to his book illustrations. Throughout his career the tension between official labor and unofficial art would haunt Kabakov.

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In the albums he offers the viewer a narrative of a fictional character, which, in , he began to transform into complete immersive experiences. List[ edit ] 1. The Ant, ; 2. Little White Men, ; 3. The Fly with Wings, ; 4.

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