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Mark Allen Svede

Latvian painter, stage designer and graphic designer. After a childhood spent in Siberian exile, he studied decorative art and trained as a painter in the Latvian Art Academy (1963–72), preparing for a career as a stage designer. Stage design and the applied arts were less constrained by Socialist Realist dictates during the 1970s, and he quickly became one of Latvia’s most innovative artists. His fluency with process art and installation, for example, was already evident in his designs for a ...

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Margarita González Arredondo

Mexican painter, sculptor, illustrator and stage designer. He was self-taught when he took up painting in 1956 with the encouragement of Diego Rivera, but from 1956 to 1960 he studied graphic design with Gordon Jones. During those years he worked in an Abstract Expressionist manner, although he soon incorporated figurative elements and, from ...

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American, 20th – 21st century, male.

Active in New York City.

Born 18 September 1951, in Santa Monica (California).

Sculptor, installation artist, performance artist, poster artist.

Computer Art (Virtual Art).

Matt Mullican attended the California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, where he studied with the conceptual artist John Baldessari, obtaining a BFA in ...

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French, 20th – 21st century, male.

Born 1951, in Paris.

Painter (including mixed media), poster artist, graphic designer. Figures. Stage costumes and sets.

David Rochline applies acrylics to photographs, and re-photographs and retouches the resultant image before gluing it to a backing canvas.

Paris, 7 March 1990...

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Russian, 20th – 21st century, male.

Born 10 October 1959, in Dushanbe (now in Tadjikistan).

Painter, performance artist.

Vadim Zakharov took classes at the faculty of graphic arts of the institute of education in Moscow from 1977. He settled in Moscow. Zakharov initially devised figures from his own personal mythology on the fringes of the historical mythology of Communism. He 'played' them in various performances before painting them on canvas from ...