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Vadim Zakharov

Boris Orlov, Andrei Filippov, and Andrei Roiter at the entrance to Sala 1 exhibition space in Rome at the opening of Moscow: The Third Rome, May 24, 1989, 1989

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Courtesy Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow
Vadim Zakharov
Russian, b. 1959
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Vadim Zakharov is a prolific theorist and historian in addition to being a leading figure of Moscow …

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Vadim Zakharov is a prolific theorist and historian in addition to being a leading figure of Moscow Conceptualism. In the many decades of his career, Zakharov has produced installations, performances, videos, and objects. Since 1978, he has participated in exhibitions of Unofficial Art, a movement in reaction against …

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Courtesy Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow
Vadim Zakharov
Russian, b. 1959
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Vadim Zakharov is a prolific theorist and historian in addition to being a leading figure of Moscow …

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Vadim Zakharov is a prolific theorist and historian in addition to being a leading figure of Moscow Conceptualism. In the many decades of his career, Zakharov has produced installations, performances, videos, and objects. Since 1978, he has participated in exhibitions of Unofficial Art, a movement in reaction against …

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Vadim Zakharov

Boris Orlov, Andrei Filippov, and Andrei Roiter at the entrance to Sala 1 exhibition space in Rome at the opening of Moscow: The Third Rome, May 24, 1989, 1989

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