Exhibition ID ART/TECH: Selections from the Kolodzei Art Foundation and Frants Family Collections at the Museum of Russian Art (TMORA) in Minneapolis, Minnesota on view from March 12 to August 14, 2022

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The exhibition ID ART/TECH: Selections from the Kolodzei Art Foundation and Frants Family Collections at the Museum of Russian Art (TMORA) in Minneapolis, Minnesota on view from March 12 to August 14, 2022. The exhibition showcases works by forty-five Nonconformist and contemporary artists (including Ukrainian, Ukrainian-American, Russian, Russian-American, Estonian artists) from the Kolodzei Collection of Eastern European Art, Kolodzei Art Foundation and the Frants Family Collections. The Museum of Russian Art has partnered with the Kolodzei Art Foundation before, bringing a series of fascinating shows to the Twin Cities. This third installment of the series explores the meanings of ID– from the concept in psychoanalysis (id) to the document that certifies one’s identity (ID), through creative articulations across time and media. In 2019-2020, CYFEST - 12 ID. ART:TECH EXHIBITION was displayed in Venice, Italy, New York (the National Arts Club). For editional information visit https://tmora.org/2022/02/10/id-art-tech-selections-from-kolodzei-art-foundation-and-frant...

The list of artists includes a selection from the Kolodzei Collection of Eastern European Art, Kolodzei Art Foundation http://www.kolodzeiart.org/ works by:

Valeryi Ayzenberg (born in 1947 in Bakhmach, Ukraine; worked in Moscow, New York, Tel Aviv; died in 2020 in Tel Aviv)

Petr Belenok (born 1938 in Korogod, Chernobyl region, Ukraine; died 1991 in Moscow)

Vagrich Bakhchanyan (born 1938 in Kharkiv, Ukraine; worked in Moscow; died 2009 in New York)

Erik Bulatov (born 1933 in Sverdlovsk; worked in Moscow; lives and works in Paris)

Olga Bulgakova (born 1951 in Moscow; lives and works in Moscow)

Irina Danilova (born 1959 in Kharkiv, Ukraine, worked in Moscow; lives and works in New York)

Asya Dodina (born 1966 in Moscow; lives and works in New York);

Slava Polishchuk (born 1961 in Klintsy, worked in Moscow; lives and works in New York)

Dimitry Gerrman (born 1955 in Gomel, Belarus; worked in Leningrad, lives and works in Bayonne, New Jersey)

Serge Golovach (born 1970 in Birobidzhan, Russia; lives and works in Moscow)

Eduard Gorokhovsky (born 1929 in Vinnitsa, Ukraine; worked in Moscow; died 2004 in Germany)

Serge Hollerbach (born 1923 in Pushkin, nr. St. Petersburg; died 2021 in New York)

Ilya Kabakov (born 1933 in Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine; worked in Moscow, lives and works in Mattituck, New York)

Dasha Skorubsky-Kandinsky (born 1985 in Kyiv, Ukraine; lives and works in Kyiv)

Dimitri Kantorov (born 1958 in Moscow; lives and works in Moscow)

Konstantin Khudyakov (born 1945 in Tsarevshchina village, Saratov region; lives and works in Moscow)

Vyacheslav Koleichuk (born 1941 in Stepantsevo, Moscow region; died 2018 in Moscow)

Vitaly Komar (born 1943 in Moscow; lives and works in New York)

Alexander Melamid (born 1945 in Moscow; lives and works in New York)

Olga Lamm (born 1969 in Moscow; lives and works in New York)

Leonhard Lapin (born in 1947 in Räpina, Estonia; died 2022 in Tallinn, Estonia)

Roman Makhmutov (born in 1984 in Magnitogorsk, Russia; lives and works in New York)

Ernst Neizvestny (born 1925 in Yekaterinburg, Russia; worked in Moscow; died 2016 in New York)

Natalia Nesterova (born 1944 in Moscow; lives and works in Moscow and New York)

Shimon Okshteyn (born 1951 in Chernovtsy, Ukraine; died 2020 in New York)

Pavel Romaniko (born 1980 in Pereslavl-Zalessky, Russia; lives and works in Boston)

Miroslava Romanova (born 1990 in Ukraine; lives and works in New York)

Samuil Rubashkin (born 1906 in Vitebsk, Belarus; died 1975 in Moscow)

Leonid Sokov (born 1941 in Tver, Russia; died 2018 in New York)

Oleg Vassiliev (born 1931 in Moscow; worked in New York; died 2013 in Minneapolis)

Sergei Volokhov (born 1937 in Moscow; lives and works in Brussels)

Julia Winter (born 1965 in Moscow; lives and works in Amsterdam)

Valery Yershov (born 1960 in Yessentuki; worked in Moscow; lives and works in New York)

Alexander Yulikov (born 1943 in the village of Vyatskye Polyany, Russia, lives and works in Moscow)

Anatoly Zverev (born 1931 in Moscow; died 1986 in Moscow)

CYLAND MediaArtLab artists and interactive works by

Ludmila Belova (born 1960 in Kamchatka; lives and works in St. Petersburg)

Alexandra Dementieva (born 1960 in Moscow; lives and works in Brussels)

Anna Frants (born 1965 in Leningrad, lives and works in Miami, New York and St. Petersburg)