Anton Kuznetsov

Anton Kuznetsov was born in 1973 in Kazan. In 2003 he graduated from the Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute, in 2011 — the Institute of Contemporary Art and the "Free Workshops". He was a resident of the Museums Quartier 21, Vienna 2015. Took a part in the parallel program of the Biennale in 2011, 2013, 2015. Nominee in 2015 of the Sergey Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Award 2015 in The Best Work of Visual Art nomination. The works of Anton Kuznetsov are in the MOMMA’s collection and in private collections in Russia and abroad.


personal  exhibitions:



Natural History ММОМА, Moscow, Russia



Subtitres (in cooperation with Maria Safronova), Parallel project, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Art ,The VI Moscow Iinternational Biennale of Ccontemporary Aart, Pushkin State Museum of Fine Art, Moscow, Russia



Insecticide Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russia



Bad Print Parallel program, The V Moscow International Biennale, MMOMA, Moscow, Russia



Anton Kuznetsov IGM gallery, Moscow, Russia


group exhibitions:


At the edges VDNKh, Pavilion “Optics”, Moscow, Russia

Another shors Triumph gallery, Moscow / Manege central exhibition hall, St. Petersburg, Russia

Tenderness Kovcheg Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Art Vilnus Congress center LITEXPO, Vilnus, Lithuania



Notes on the Beginning of the Short 20th Century NCCA, Kaliningrad, Russia

Revolution CCI Fabrika, Moscow, Russia
Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Award 2015 Sergey Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Center, Saint-Petersburg, Russia



Football-Hockey Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia

19/92 In the beginning MMOMА, Moscow, Russia



Notes on the Beginning of the Short 20th Century Museums Quartier, Vienna, Austria
Taint GRAD Gallery, London, UK


Notes on the Beginning of the Short 20th Century Motorenhalle, Dresden, Germany


Today/Tomorrow MMOMA, Moscow, Russia

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