The graphic artist Mikhail Molochnikov splits his life between Berlin and Moscow. His works include handmade books, sculptures from cardboard and series of graphics.
In his works the artist starts out from avant-garde ideas, first and foremost Malevich’s theory or art, combining them with Eastern Gnosticism and Tibetan mediation practices.
Mikhail Molochnikov comments on his works: „In my creativity I always rely on meditation. It helps me to see the object in its „archaic” form. A world of pure forms where space becomes part of the object and element of creativity.”
In 2004 became member of Germany Art Alliance BBK Berlin 1996 became member of International Federation of Art (IFA) 1984 graduated from Moscow Architectural Сollege 1963 Born in Moscow, RussiaSelected Solo Exhibitions 2013 „Dance dance”, Gallery RB, Riga, Latvia 2006 „22”, Gallery GAD, Berlin, Germany 2005 „Objects and Figure 1999–2005”, Gallery GAD, Berlin, Germany 2000 „Kali-Uygi Dances”, Gallery Dom, Moscow, Russia 1997 „M-16”, Gallery Velta, Moscow, Russia 1999 „Sensual Emotion”, Grand Marriot Hotel, Moscow, Russia 1996 „Birds and Fishes”, Gallery Velta / Gallery Dar, Moscow, Russia 1995 „House of Shchukin”, Municipal Gallery, Helikon, Moscow, Russia 1994 „Without Name”, Gallery Salon, Moscow, Russia 1992 „Secret Signs”, Gallery A3, Moscow, RussiaArtworks are currently held in public and private collections worldwide, including: The State Russian Museum, St Petersburg, Russia The State Tretyakov Gallery (the National Museum of Russian Fine Art, Moscow, Russia The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, Russia Tampere Art Museum, Finland Kaliningrad Museum of Art, Kaliningrad etc.