Oleg Kulik is a Ukrainian born, Russian artist who is internationally renowned for his many contributions and controversies in the performing arts. Kulik’s performative talent has received critical acclaim worldwide, and aside from his well-known exhibitions, he is also infamous for his expression of the inner beast of man, through his characterization of the "artist-animal," in which he assumes the roles of various creatures. His unique take on the emphasis of the animal within us has attracted exhibition curators and critics alike to support exposure to his vision. While he is arguably best known for his symbolic persona of a domestic animal—the dog—Kulik has a wide array of talented works in painting, prints, sculptures and many more which articulate his true artistic style.
Oleg Kulik has exhibited in various group and solo shows internationally including Galleria Pack, Milan, Rabouan-Moussion Gallery, Paris, Tate Modern, London, and a retrospective exhibition at Central House of Artist, Moscow. He has also performed internationally at galleries such as Muzej Suvremene Umjetnosti, Zagreb, and Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin.
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