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109012, Moscow, Ilyinka St., 3/8, building 5    |    +7 (495) 162 0893     |     info@triumph.gallery     |     daily from 11.00 – 20.00     |     free entrance

Anatoly Akue

Anatoly Akue was born in 1986 in Moscow, Russia. He is a Russian artist. In 1997 he became interested in graffiti. In 2005 he designed his first facade in Moscow. In 2008-2010, he appeared as an organizer and participant of the "Paint Methods" festival held in four cities of Siberia (Krasnoyarsk, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Barnaul). Since 2009, he runs active educational activities, conducting lectures and master-classes in many Russian cities. In 2014, in the frameworks of the Retreat project at the Museum of Street Art in St. Petersburg, he performed a largely scaled painting with an area of about 300 square meters.

 

solo exhibitions:

2018

The Guest Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia

 

2017

Conditions FGA Space, Moscow, Russia

 

2016

The Journey Dukley Residence, Budva, Montenegro

Discursive Mind Dukley European Art Community, Kotor, Montenegro

 

2015

SEREDINA Omsk, Russia

 

2014

Retreat Street Art Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

Motivation Protvor Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia

group exhibitions:

2018

Wall Elements Manege Central Exhibition Hall, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Other Shores Manege Central Exhibition Hall, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Station Russia The XVI Venice Architectural Biennale, Russian pavilion, Venice, Italy

 

2017

To Make History Museum of Moscow, Moscow, Russia

Not an Extra Person Manege Central Exhibition Hall , St. Petersburg, Russia

 

2016

The Outlanders Aarchus, Denmark

Invisible Wall The II Biennale of street art ARTMOSSPHERE, Manege central exhibition hall, Moscow, Russia

 

2015

Moscow biennale of street art ARTMOSSPHERE Design Center ARTPLAY, Moscow, Russia

Project 64: Independence VDNKh, Moscow, Russia

 

 

2013–2014

ARTwall Sergey Kurehin Art Center, St. Petersburg, Russia

 

2010

Svoboda Project Omsk, Russia

festivals:

2017

Group Exhibition Aarhus Festival, Aarchus, Denmark

2009

Paint Methods Festival Krasnoyarsk, Russia