Alexander Yulikov

Born: 1943, Vyatskiye Polyany (Kirov Region)

Painter, graphic artist, book designer, object artist. Born in the family of Mikhail Yulikov in the small town of Vyatskiye Polyany in Kirov Region (1943). Studied at the Moscow Secondary School of Art (1959–61), Moscow School of Art and Industry (1961–65) and the Moscow Pedagogical Institute (1965–69). Member of the Municipal Committee of Painters and Graphic Artists at 28 Malaya Gruzinskaya Street in Moscow (1969). One of the first Russian artists to take up minimalist art (late 1970s). Active member of the nonconformist movement. Member of the Union of Artists (1986). Lives and works in Moscow. Contributed to exhibitions in Russia (from 1965) and abroad (from late 1980s), including Group of Eight with Dmitry Anikeyev, Anna-Nina Kovalenko, Alexander Schwartz and Alexander Semyonov at 28 Malaya Gruzinskaya Street in Moscow (1983).

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