Contemporary Russian Art


Anatoly Kulinich was born in the Sumy region in Ukraine in 1949. In 1970, he graduated from the 1905 Moscow College of Fine Arts. In 1975, he became member of the Union of Young Artists and Art Critics of the Moscow Artists Union. In 1982, he joined the USSR Union of Artists. Kulinich has received the title of Merited Artist of the Russian Federation.

Ananoly’s works are found in the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow, Russia; the Pushkin Fine Arts Museum in Moscow, Russia; the Museum of Folk Graphics in Moscow, Russia; the State Historical Museum in Moscow, Russia; in other museums in Russia and Ukraine and in private collections in Italy, France, Germany, USA, Great Britain, Canada, Finland, Netherlands, Venezuela, Columbia, India, Greece, Turkey, Poland, Portugal, Belgium, Bulgaria and other countries.

Solo exhibitions:
1976 – House of Artists of the Moscow Artists Union, Moscow
1977 – Yunost magazine editorial office, Moscow
1978 – Nivinsky studio, Moscow
1978 – Tyumen Region Picture Gallery, Tyumen, Russia
1979 – Bryansk Region Fine Arts Museum, Bryansk, Russia
1980 – Exhibition hall of the Artists Union, Alma-Ata, Kazakhstan
1980 – Avrora magazine, Leningrad
1980 – City Picture Gallery, Naberezhnye-Chelny, Russia
1980 – Folk Picture Gallery, Tiksi, Russia
1982 – Moscow Artists Union, Moscow
1983 – Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Moscow
1988 – City Picture Gallery, Naberezhnye-Chelny, Russia
1988 – Youth Center, Kazan, Russia
1988 – Exhibition hall of the Artists Union, Ufa, Russia
1989 – Crimea Region Fine Arts Museum, Simferopol, Ukraine
1990 – Republican Fine Arts Museum, Yoshkar-Ola, Russia
1990 – Exhibition hall by the Simonov Monastery, Moscow
1992 – Russian Soul, the Central House of Arts Workers, Moscow
1993 – Central House of Artists, Moscow
1995 – Nivinsky studio, Moscow
1997 – Central House of Artists, Moscow
1998 – Pksov State Museum of History, Architecture and Arts, Russia
1999 – Russian Cultural Center, Gdansk, Poland
1999 – Town hall of Torun, Poland
1999 – Russian Gallery in Tallinn, Estonia
2001 – Sumy Region Fine Arts Museum, Sumy, Ukraine
2001 – Exhibition hall of Nashe Nasledie Journal, Moscow
2002 – Russian Center for International Cooperation, Moscow
2004 – Russian Academy for Security and Law Enforcement, Moscow
2005 – Bratislava, Slovakia
2005 – Russian Embassy in Budapest, Hungary
2005 – House of Artists of the Moscow Artists Union, Moscow
2007 – Institutes for Studies in Arts, Moscow
2008 – Vincent Gallery, Moscow

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