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Oleg Kulik

Among the leading artists of post-Soviet Russia, Oleg Kulik has been producing edgy performances, sculptures, installations, and photographs since the mid-1990s. Through his art, he comments on Russia and the West, politics and power, and humankind’s place in and relationship to nature. Kulik began his career as a sculptor and curator at Moscow’s Regina Gallery, where he presented unconventional exhibitions. Describing his trajectory, he has said, “When I came to Moscow, I made glass sculptures—transparent figurative things—and nobody liked them. . . . Then I became a performer, created a huge scandal with my man-dog antics, got a show at Deitch Projects, and after that I felt the freedom to go on as an artist.” In some of Kulik’s most controversial performances, he transformed himself into a dog to reveal deeply troubling truths about human nature.

 

 

Oleg Kulik

Among the leading artists of post-Soviet Russia, Oleg Kulik has been producing edgy performances, sculptures, installations, and photographs since the mid-1990s. Through his art, he comments on Russia and the West, politics and power, and humankind’s place in and relationship to nature. Kulik began his career as a sculptor and curator at Moscow’s Regina Gallery, where he presented unconventional exhibitions. Describing his trajectory, he has said, “When I came to Moscow, I made glass sculptures—transparent figurative things—and nobody liked them. . . . Then I became a performer, created a huge scandal with my man-dog antics, got a show at Deitch Projects, and after that I felt the freedom to go on as an artist.” In some of Kulik’s most controversial performances, he transformed himself into a dog to reveal deeply troubling truths about human nature. 

Oleg Kulik

Among the leading artists of post-Soviet Russia, Oleg Kulik has been producing edgy performances, sculptures, installations, and photographs since the mid-1990s. Through his art, he comments on Russia and the West, politics and power, and humankind’s place in and relationship to nature. Kulik began his career as a sculptor and curator at Moscow’s Regina Gallery, where he presented unconventional exhibitions. Describing his trajectory, he has said, “When I came to Moscow, I made glass sculptures—transparent figurative things—and nobody liked them. . . . Then I became a performer, created a huge scandal with my man-dog antics, got a show at Deitch Projects, and after that I felt the freedom to go on as an artist.” In some of Kulik’s most controversial performances, he transformed himself into a dog to reveal deeply troubling truths about human nature. 

Oleg Kulik

Among the leading artists of post-Soviet Russia, Oleg Kulik has been producing edgy performances, sculptures, installations, and photographs since the mid-1990s. Through his art, he comments on Russia and the West, politics and power, and humankind’s place in and relationship to nature. Kulik began his career as a sculptor and curator at Moscow’s Regina Gallery, where he presented unconventional exhibitions. Describing his trajectory, he has said, “When I came to Moscow, I made glass sculptures—transparent figurative things—and nobody liked them. . . . Then I became a performer, created a huge scandal with my man-dog antics, got a show at Deitch Projects, and after that I felt the freedom to go on as an artist.” In some of Kulik’s most controversial performances, he transformed himself into a dog to reveal deeply troubling truths about human nature. 

Oleg Kulik

Among the leading artists of post-Soviet Russia, Oleg Kulik has been producing edgy performances, sculptures, installations, and photographs since the mid-1990s. Through his art, he comments on Russia and the West, politics and power, and humankind’s place in and relationship to nature. Kulik began his career as a sculptor and curator at Moscow’s Regina Gallery, where he presented unconventional exhibitions. Describing his trajectory, he has said, “When I came to Moscow, I made glass sculptures—transparent figurative things—and nobody liked them. . . . Then I became a performer, created a huge scandal with my man-dog antics, got a show at Deitch Projects, and after that I felt the freedom to go on as an artist.” In some of Kulik’s most controversial performances, he transformed himself into a dog to reveal deeply troubling truths about human nature. 

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WINDOWS - SEA LION

2000. 90x195cm
Technique: C-print
Certificate of Origin: yes
Condition: excellent

Windows Giraffe (2)

WINDOWS - GIRAFFE

2000. 90x230cm
Technique: C-print
Certificate of Origin: yes
Condition: excellent

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WINDOWS- EAGLE

2000. 90x276cm
Technique: C-print
Certificate of Origin: yes
Condition: excellent

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NEW SERMON

2000. 170x120cm
Technique: C-print
Certificate of Origin: yes
Condition: excellent

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WINDOWS - GORILLA

2000. 90x112cm
Technique: C-print
Certificate of Origin: yes
Condition: excellent

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WINDOWS - WALRUS

2000. 90x118cm
Technique: C-print
Certificate of Origin: yes
Condition: excellent

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MAD DOG OR LAST TABOO I.

1994. 60x90cm
Technique: black&white photo
Certificate of Origin: yes
Condition: excellent

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MAD DOG OR LAST TABOO II.

1994. 60x90cm
Technique: black&white photo
Certificate of Origin: yes
Condition: excellent

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MAD DOG OR LAST TABOO III.

1994. 60x90cm
Technique: black&white photo
Certificate of Origin: yes
Condition: excellent

The New Sermon - Danilov Market, Moscow.  September 15, 1994

Kulik, disguised as a mutant Jesus Christ (with hoofs instead of hands), walked through the market aisles, climbed the platform where meat carcasses are butchered and mooed there desperately for a long time. This «new gospel» on the blatant imperfection of the universe was addressed to all creatures, even to slaughtered piglets, rather than to an exclusive audience of human beings. Meanwhile the market activity continued. The artist could not make himself be driven away from the «temple» of traders and publicans. On the contrary, the consumerist space of the market easily transformed Kulik's protest into a sort of commodity advertising.
 

 

The Mad Dog or Last Taboo Guarded by Alone Cerber (with Alexander Brener) Jakimanka Street. Moscow, November 23, 1994

This is the first «dog performance» by Kulik. It was to become an emblem of the state of Russian art and the state of Russian society as a whole. At the entrance to the M. Guelman Gallery Kulik was guarding deprecated values, personified by Alexander Brener, rebel artist and poet: «art», «masterpiece», «talent», «educated public» etc. Naked in the frost, losing his bearings, Kulik barked, rushed on the chain, pushed spectators off their feet and bit them. His throat hoarse with barking, unaware of cold and danger, Kulik rushed into the thick of the traffic and managed to stop it.

 

Reservoir Dog  Kunsthaus, Zurich. March 30, 1995

This action took place on the opening day of Signs and Wonder, a large international exhibition including famous international artists (e.g.   Jeff Koons, Cindy Sherman, Damian Hirst, Ilya Kabakov). It also featured expressive animalistic paintings by Nico Pirosmani, a naive artist and tragic figure, hardly known in the West. Kulik was howling at the entrance of the exhibition scaring away spectators. This unexpected appearance of another «naive artist», the dog-artist at the entrance of the «Swiss Bank of Art», was his protest against the transformation of an artist's life into material value, against art as commodity. Kulik was arrested and spent a night in prison.

 

Oleg KULIK

 

Born in Kiev (Ukraine) in 1961.

Graduated in Kiev Art School (1979) and Kiev Geological Survey College (1982).

Art-Director of Regina Gallery (Moscow, 1990–1993)

Berlin Senate stipendium (1995–1996)

Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters, France

Lives and works in Moscow.

 

2019     Golden Fleece. KIBLA PORTAL, Maribor

               Irresponsible Paintings. GUM-Red-Line Gallery, Moscow

               Merry-Go-Round. Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodina, Novi Sad

               Sunlight.  Galleria Pack, Milan

 

2018     OM. Symphonic media performance. Sevcabel port, Saint-Petersburg

               Our Mother. Szena Gallery, Moscow

                

2017     Art Riot: Post-Soviet Actionism. Saatchi Gallery, London

 

2015     Burning Man. Black Rock Desert, Nevada

 

2013     FRAMES. Regina Gallery, Moscow

 

2012     Deep into Russia, Regina Gallery, London

               ARSENALE 2012 / 1st Kyiv International Biennale of Contemporary Art. Arsenale, Kyiv

 

2011     Composition 911. Special project of 4 Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow

               Der Messias / Haendel (version Mozart). Direction, Set & Costume Design. Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris

 

2010     ARCHSTOYANIE 2010. SUMMER. Forest liturgy “Nine Keys of Labyrinth”. Landscape Projects Festival, Nikolo-Lenivets village

Deep into Russia. Galleria Pack, Milan

 

2009     Moscow. TSUM. Spatial Liturgy #3. TSUM, Special project of 3 Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow

               Vespro della Beate Vergine, 1610 / Cl. Monteverdi. Direction, Costume Design & Lights. Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris

 

2008    New Sermon. Photos and Videos of performances 1993-2003, Rabouan Moussion Gallery, Paris

 

2007   OLEGKULIK. Chronicle. 1987-2007. Retrospective exhibition, Central House of  Artist, Moscow

              I Believe. Special project of 2nd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Winzavod Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow

 

2006   Russia! Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao

 

2005   Always a Little Further, 51 Venice bienniale, Arsenale, Venice

             Angels of History, Muhka, Antwerp

 

2004   Berlin – Moscow, Historical Museum, Moscow

 

2003   Armadillo for Your Show, Live Culture, Tate Modern, London

            The Ideal City, II Bienniale de Valencia, Valencia

            Absolute Generation, 50 Venice bienniale, Palace Zenobio, Venice

 

2001   49 Venice bienniale. Yugoslavian Pavilion, Venice

            Deep into Russia, S.M.A.K., Gent

            1st Biennale de Valencia, Valencia

 

1998   XXIV Sao Paolo biennale; Sao Paolo, Brasil

 

1997   I Bite America, America Bites me (together with Mila Bredikhina), Deitch projects, New-York

            47 Venice Biennale, Bevilaqua de la Masa, Venice

 

1996   Pavlov’s Dog, Manifesta I (together with Mila Bredikhina), V-2, Potterdam

             Dog’s House, Interpol, Fargfabriken, Stockholm


Conversation between Petar Cukovic and Oleg Kulik about «Windows» project

The New Sermon - Danilov Market, Moscow.  September 15, 1994

Kulik, disguised as a mutant Jesus Christ (with hoofs instead of hands), walked through the market aisles, climbed the platform where meat carcasses are butchered and mooed there desperately for a long time. This «new gospel» on the blatant imperfection of the universe was addressed to all creatures, even to slaughtered piglets, rather than to an exclusive audience of human beings. Meanwhile the market activity continued. The artist could not make himself be driven away from the «temple» of traders and publicans. On the contrary, the consumerist space of the market easily transformed Kulik's protest into a sort of commodity advertising.
 

The Mad Dog or Last Taboo Guarded by Alone Cerber (with Alexander Brener) Jakimanka Street. Moscow, November 23, 1994

This is the first «dog performance» by Kulik. It was to become an emblem of the state of Russian art and the state of Russian society as a whole. At the entrance to the M. Guelman Gallery Kulik was guarding deprecated values, personified by Alexander Brener, rebel artist and poet: «art», «masterpiece», «talent», «educated public» etc. Naked in the frost, losing his bearings, Kulik barked, rushed on the chain, pushed spectators off their feet and bit them. His throat hoarse with barking, unaware of cold and danger, Kulik rushed into the thick of the traffic and managed to stop it.

Reservoir Dog  Kunsthaus, Zurich. March 30, 1995

This action took place on the opening day of Signs and Wonder, a large international exhibition including famous international artists (e.g.   Jeff Koons, Cindy Sherman, Damian Hirst, Ilya Kabakov). It also featured expressive animalistic paintings by Nico Pirosmani, a naive artist and tragic figure, hardly known in the West. Kulik was howling at the entrance of the exhibition scaring away spectators. This unexpected appearance of another «naive artist», the dog-artist at the entrance of the «Swiss Bank of Art», was his protest against the transformation of an artist's life into material value, against art as commodity. Kulik was arrested and spent a night in prison.

 

Conversation between Petar Cukovic and Oleg Kulik about «Windows» project

Curriculum Vitae

SOLO SHOWS/EXHIBITIONS
2011 Oleg Kulik - Primadellabiennale. The Russian, 18Diviasulis, Cagliari, Italy
Oleg Kulik - Vespri della Beata Vergine, Scuola Grande di San Rocco, Venice, Italy
2010 And Water Flows Beneath the Ice, Winzavod Centre for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
Deep into Russia, Galleria Pack, Milan, Italy
2009 Moscow. TSUM. Spatial Liturgy #3, TSUM, Moscow, Russia
Vespro della Beate Vergine, 1610 / Cl. (Monteverdi, Director, visual conception, costumes), Paris, France
2008 New Sermon. Photos and Videos of performances 1993–2003, Rabouan-Moussion Gallery, Paris, France
Museum of Nature, or New Paradise, Leonhard Ruethmueller Contemporary Art, Basel, Switzerland
Museum of Nature, or New Paradise, Gallery Mudimadrie, Antwerpen, Belgium
2007 Oleg Kulik. Chronicle. 1987-2007. Retrospective exhibition, Central House of Artist, Moscow, Russia
Museum of Nature, or New Paradise, Nina Lumer Gallery, Milan, Italy
2005 Gobi Test (Winter), XL Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Oleg Kulik. All Performances. Video, XL-project Gallery (Cultural Center "Art-Strelka"), Moscow, Russia
2004 Fragments, Tsereteli Art Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Gobi Test (Summer), XL-project Gallery (Cultural Center "Art-Strelka"), Moscow, Russia
2003 Slogan, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia; The State Russian Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Museum (Cosmonaut), The State Museum of Architecture, Moscow, Russia
System of Coordinates, Central House of Artist, Moscow, Russia
Oleg Kulik, Center for Contemporary Art, Naples, Italy
2002 Out of a Trash Can, Central House of Artist, Moscow, Russia
Museum, XL Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Lolita's Theme with Variations, D-137 Gallery (in collaboration with the XL Gallery, Moscow), S. Petersburg,Russia
2001 Museum of Nature (New Paradise), Central House of Artist, Moscow, Russia
Museum of Nature (New Paradise), "Arch" Gallery (in collaboration with the XL Gallery, Moscow), Vladivostok, Russia
Architectural Extravagances, M. Guelman Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Oleg Kulik Art Animal, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK
Deep into Russia, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gent, Belgium
2000 Alica vs. Lolita, Rabouan-Moussion Gallery, Paris, France
Oleg Kulik in Warsaw, Zamek Ujazdowski, Warsaw, Poland
1999 Red Corner (together with Yuri Babich), XL Gallery, Moscow, Russia
The Russian, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1998 Claire Quilty Jr, XL Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Oleg Kulik, Rabouan-Moussion Gallery, Paris, France
Oleg Kulik, Center for Contemporary Art, Riga, Latvia
1997 Family of the Future, M.Guelman Gallery, XL Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Virtual Dog, M.Guelman Gallery, Moscow, Russia
I Bite America & America Bites Me, Deitch Projects, New York, USA
1996 Evening of Kulik's Memoirs, Center for Contemporary Art, TV Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1995 The Same. Enter Scotinin, XL Gallery, Moscow, Russia
My Family, or Nature is Perfect, M. Guelman Gallery, Moscow, Russia
End of History, or Kulik Visiting Emperors, XL Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1994 I Love Gorby, M.Guelman Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1990 Untitled, Windows of the Design Center, Moscow, Russia
1989 Premonition of Non-Freedom, Palace of Youth, Moscow, Russia
1988 Paradox as Method, Exhibition hall of the Sevastopolskiy district, Moscow, Russia
Dialogue, Institute of Long-haul Radio, Moscow, Russia

GROUP SHOWS

2011 Surreal Versus Surrealism in Contemporary Art, IVAM, Valencia, Spain
Glasstress, Venice, Italy
2010 Space Odyssey, Mystetski Arsenal-Cultural Art and Museum, Kyiv, Russia
Serie InContemporanea, Associazione Fondo Giov-Anna Piras, Asti, Italy
Ibrido, PAC-Padiglione di Arte Contemporanea, Milan, Itlay
Eroi ed eroine, Castello di Rivalta, Turin, Italy
2009 Common History and Its Private Stories, Museum auf Abruf (MUSA), Wien, Austria
Video Art in Russia, Nina Lumer Gallery, Milan, Italy
I was Russia, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, Dunedin, USA
Europe XXL, Lille3000, Lille, France
History of Russian Video Art. Volume 2, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, Russia
2008 Loss of Control, Marta Herford Museum, Herford, USA
Altars of the Avant-gard, Gallery of Klovicevi dvori, Zagreb, Croatia
My favourite Pastime, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany
Streetwise, Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid, Spain
Friction and Conflict, Kalmar Konstmuseum, Kalmar, Sweden
Intolerance, Fondazione Ravello, Ravello, Italy
2007 Sots Art. Political Art in Russia and China, The State Tretyakov Gallery at Krymsky Val (New Tretyakov Gallery), Moscow, Russia
The Diary of an Artist, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia
2006 Crossing Frontiers – The Artistic Search for the Identity in the Eastern Europe, Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie, Regensburg, Germany
Reiz und Risiko, Museum Haus für Kunst Uri, Altdorf, Switzerland
Origin of Species: Art in Epoch of Social Darvinism, The Museum of Modern Art, Toyama, Japan
Videoinstallation of Oleg Kulik Performances, Center for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw, Poland; CCA in Kiev and Lubljana , Slovenija; The State Tretyakov Gallery at Krymsky Val (New Tretyakov Gallery), Moscow, Russia
OKHO: Contemporary Russian Art, XL Gallery, Sotheby's, New York, USA
2005-2006 RUSSIA!, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, USA; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao, Spain
Essence of Life/Art, Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary; The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow,
Russia; The State Russian Museum, S. Petersburg, Russia
2005 Russia-2, Central House of Artist, Moscow, Russia
STARZ, Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
Accomplices. Collective and Interactive Art Works in Russian Art of 1960-2000's, The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Always a Little Further. Main exhibition of the 51th Biennale di Venezia, Arsenale, Venice, Italy
Russian Pop-Art, The State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Angels of History, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Antwerp, Belgium
FIAC, Gallerie Rabouan-Moussion booth, Paris, France
2004–2005 Beyond the Red Horizon, Zamek Ujazdowski, Warsaw, Poland; The National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
2004 FIAC, M. Guelman Gallery booth, Paris, France
NA KURORT! Russische Kunst Heute, Kunsthalle, Baden Baden, Germany; The State Exhibition hall "New Manezh", Moscow, Russia
Rencontres d'Arles. 35th Festival of Photography, Arles, France
Watch Out! Art from Moscow and St. Petersburg, Museet for Samtidkunst, Oslo, Norway
2003–2004 Berlin-Moskau. Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin, The State Historical Museum, Moscow, Russia
2003 Live Culture, Tate Modern, London, UK
Horizons of reality, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Antwerp, Belgium
Neue Ansaetze, Zeitgenoessische Kunst aus Moskau, Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf, Germany
Absolute Generation. the 50th Biennale di Venezia, Palazzo Zenobio, Venice, Italy
The Ideal City, II Bienniale de Valencia, Valencia, Spain
Bunker, Bunker, Berlin, Germany
2002 "Davaj!" Russian Art Now, Aus dem Laboratorium der freien Kuenste in Russland
Postfuhrant, Berlin, Germany; MAK (Osterreichisches Museum fur Angewandte Kunst), Wien, Austria
Melioration. The 1st Festival of Contemporary Art "ARTKliazma", "Kliazminskoje vodokhranilische" Pension, Moscow, Russia
Le Tribu dell'arte, Museo d'arte contemporanea della città, Rome, Italy
The Russian Patient, Freud Museum, London, UK
100% Eyesight, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
IV Cetinjski biennale, Museum of History and Arts, Cetinje, Serbia
Socialais exhibicionisms, Latvian Museum of Photography, Riga, Latvia
Moskow: Paradise, Krinzinger Projekte, Wien, Austria
2001 House and Windows. 49th Venice Bienniale, Yugoslavian Pavilion, Venice, Italy
The Body & Sin (Art is the Virtue of Communication), I Bienal de Valencia, Valencia, Spain
Trans Sexual Express Barcelona. A Classic for the Third Millennium, Centre d'Art S. Monica, Barcelona, Spain
Under the Skin. Biological Transformations in Contemporary Art, Stiftung Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg, Germany
2000–2001 ARTEAST 2000+ Collection. The Art of Eastern Europe. A Selection of Works for the International and National Collections of Moderna, galerija Ljubljana, Slovenija
Metelkova, Moderna galerija Ljubljana / Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana, Slovenija; Orangerie Congress, Innsbruck, Austria
2000 L'Autre moitie de l'Europe, Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume, Paris, France
Performing Bodies, Tate Modern, London, UK47th Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, 47th Internationale Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, Oberhausen, Germany
Dynamic Couples (Guelman Gallery show), Central Exhibition Hall "Manege", Moscow Collected interviews Videoentropy. Center for Contemporary Art, Kiev, Ukraine
Nordic, Baltic and Russian Photography, Finish Museum of Photography (Cable Factory), Helsinki, Finland
Herausforderung Tier-von Beuys bis Kabakov, Stadtlische Galerie Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, Germany
1999–2000 After the Wall. Art and Culture in post-Communist Europe, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany, Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary
Le Fou dedouble. L`idiotie comme strategie contemporain, Central House of Artist, Moscow, Russia; Regional Art Museum, Samara, Russia; Central exhibition hall, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia; Museum of Fine Arts, Ekaterinburg, Russia; Chateau d'Orion, Orion, France
Zeitwenden, Kunstmuseum, Bonn, Germany
1999 Locally Interested, National Gallery for Foreign Art, Sofia, Bulgaria
Moskau heute, Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Gent,Belgium
1998–1999 Fauna, The State Exhibition hall "New Manezh", Moscow, Russia; The National Center for Contemporary Art, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia; Galeria Sztuki Wspolczesnrj "Zacheta", Warsaw, Poland
1998 Another Reality, Central Exhibition Hall "Manege", Moscow, Russia
L'Arte dans le monde, Passage de Retz, Paris, France
Medialization, Edsvik Konst-Kultur, Sollentuna, Sweden
Public Interest, Central House of Artist, Kiev, Ukraine
Summer Exhibition, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gent, Belgium
Body and The East. From the 1960s to the Present, Moderna Galerija Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenija
Group Show. FRAC des pays de la Loire, Saint Nazair, France
XXIV Sao Paolo biennale. Sao Paolo Paris Photo, Carousel du Louvre, Paris, France
Flesh and Fall, Gallery Art Kiosk, Brussel, Belgium
1997–1998 Moscow Today / Moscou Vandaag, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gent, Belgium
1997 It's a Better World. Russischer Aktionismus und sein Kontext (together with Mila Bredikhina), Wienner Secession, Wien, Austria
Europarte. 5 giovani proposte per la Fondazione Bevilacqua Editrice Venezia, Fondazione Bevilacqua la Masa, Venice, Italy
I Luoghi Ritrovati, Centro d'arte contemporanea, Serre Di Rapolano, Siena, Italy
Selest'Art. The 1st Biennale, Centre d'art contemporain, Selestate, France
III Cetinski Biennale, Museum of History and Arts, Cetinje, Montenegro
V Istanbul International Biennale, Imper Mint, Istanbul, Turkey
1996 De Rode Poort, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gent, Belgium Discort: Sabotage of Realities (together with Mila Bredikhina), Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany
1995 No Man's Land. Art from the Near Abroad (together with Mila Bredikhina), Contemporary Art Center "Nikolaj", Copenhagen, Denmark
Kyiv Art Meeting, "Ukrainian House" Art Center, Kiev, Ukraine
Multiplications, "Sadovniki" Gallery (exhibition hall of Krasnogvardeysky district), Moscow, Russia
Der Grosse Zuricher Ausstellung, Kunsthause "Orlikon", Zurich, Switzerland
1994 Those who are insolent, heartless, ignorant, suffering from persecution mania, suspects, animals, junkies,odd, poor, brain-washed, careerists, naive, fashionable, cruel, unnatural, unfriendly, reckless, stubborn...Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1993 Philosophy of Name, Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow; Central House of Artist, Moscow, Russia
Avant-garde and Tradition. Books of Russian Artists of the 20th century, The State Russian Library, Moscow, Russia
Two Museums, Sala Comunale, Rome, Italy
1992 Apology of Remaining Behind the Wall, or First-Hand Art, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
On Transparency, Territory of Children's Camp, village of Zimenki, Moscow, Russia
1990 Logics of Paradox, Palace of Youth, Moscow, Russia
Zen, "Sadovniki" Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Avant-garde-90, Central Exhibition Hall "Manege", Moscow, Russia
1989 Out of Genre, Palace of Youth, Moscow, Russia

PERFORMANCES

2011 Der Messias, Théatre du Chatelet, Paris, France
2008 Mudrå, Marta Herford Museum, Herford, Germany
2003 I, Tate Modern, London, UK
Hot Ten, Moscow region, territory of "Kliazminskoje vodokhranilische" Pension, Russia
2001 Two Kuliks, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK; Las Reales Atarazanas, Valencia, Spain
2000 Pigeonloft, Zamek Ujezdowski, Warsaw, Poland
O, Montenegro!, Sea Shore, Budva, Montenegro
Kuliks, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin, Germany
Kuliks, Finnish Museum of Photography (Cable Factory), Helsinki, Finland
1999 White Man, Black Dog, Museum of Contemporary Art, Zagreb, Croatia
Kuliks, Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden
Minotaurus is You!, Kunstmuseum, Bonn, Germany
1998 Two Kuliks, City Theater Podgorica, Montenegro
Armadillo For Your Show, "Factoria" club, Kiev, Ukraine
Bloody Auction, Saint Nazaire, FRAC des pays de la Loire, France
White Man, Black Dog, Galerija Kapelica, Ljubljana, Slovenija
Two Kuliks, Art Center "Ark", Riga, Latvia
Kuliks, Ecole de Beaux Art, Paris, France
1997 Two Kuliks (Kulik Will Peck Up the Kulik's Eye), M. Guelman Gallery, Moscow, Russia
I Bite America and America Bites Me (together with Mila Bredikhina), Deitch Projects, New York, USA
Fourth Dimension (together with Mila Bredikhina), Wiener Secession, Wien, Austria
The Prophetic Piece, Centro d'arte contemporanea Serre Di Rapolano, Siena, Italy
Kulik Against Koras, City Market, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Two Kuliks, Palazzo Esplanade, Merano, Italy
1996 Police Dog, "Rosentol" night club, Moscow, Russia
Dog House, Fargfabriken, Stockholm, Sweden
The Body Speaks Louder Then Words!, Museum of the Revolution, Moscow, Russia
Suspended, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
Pavlov's Dog (together with Mila Bredikhina), V-2, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
I Love Europe. It Does Not Love Me Back, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
I Cannot Keep Silence Any More!, in front of the European Council, Strasbourg, France
My Place in the Art. Neue Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany
Armadillo For Your Show, Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gent, Belgium
1995 Reservoir Dog, Kunsthaus, Zurich, Switzerland
Alter Aegis / Bifurcation (together with Alexey Tabashov). Courtyard of the Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow, Russia
I Am a Beast Now, Polytechnical Museum, Moscow, Russia
Political Look of a Man, Tverskaya street, Moscow, Russia
Zoocentrism Experiment, Moscow Zoo, Russia
Kulik Is a Bird in Fact, Gallery 21, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Missionary. Dedicated to Francis of Assisi, Peschanaya street, Moscow, Russia
Russian Safari, vacant lot in Vladykino district, Moscow, Russia
Kulik is Your Deputy, "Pilot" night club, Moscow, Russia
1994 Meet My Boyfriend Charley, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
New Sermon, Danilov market, Moscow, Russia
Freedom of Choice, Patriarchye Ponds, Moscow, Russia
Mad Dog, or Last Taboo Guarded by Alone Cerberus (together with Alexander Brener), Yakimanka street in front of the M. Guelman Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1993 Deep into Russia, Village of Dubrovky, Tver' region, Russia
1992 Piggly-Wiggly Making Presents (together with "Nikolaj" group), Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1991 Traces on the Podium (together with Patricia Cox and Anna Chizhova), Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia

EXPOSITIONAL PROJECT

2009 Kandinsky Prize Exhibition, Louise Blouin Foundation, London, UK
2007 I Believe, Winzavod Moscow Contemporary Art Center, Moscow, Russia
2003 Absolut Art, Central House of Artist, Moscow, Russia
1999 Last Generation, Spider & Mouse Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1993 Reality and Realism (festival of realistic painting), Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia,12: Viktor Ivanovich, Snopov, An Artist, Gely Korzhev. Mutants, Socialist realism: Ground Problem, Mutations of Reality
1992 Animalistic Projects (festival of installations), Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia, 11: Leopards Are Bursting into the Temple, Anatoly Osmolovsky, The Hound of Baskervilles, Yuri Leiderman, Tania Mashukova Dogs, Igor Chatskin Between the Dog and the Cow, Vadim Fishkin Ekaterina, Boris Orlov Piggly-Wiggly Making Presents, Oleg Kulik and Nikolaj" group Mona Nina, Nina Kertselli, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia Objects, Vassily Kravchuk, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Apology of Remaining Behind the Wall, or First-Hand Art, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
On Transparency (Regina Gallery countryside show), Territory of Children's Camp, village of Zimenki, Moscow region, Russia
1991 Instrumentarium, Natalia Turnova, Vassily Kravchuk, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Nu at the Background of Sots-Art, Vitaly Gribkov, Gennady Gushchin, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Neighborhood of the Regina gallery, Andrey Monastyrsky, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Day of Knowledge, "E.T.A. Movement" Group, Konstantin Zvezdochiotov, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Self-standing Art. Painting of Oleg Golosy (exhibition project of Regina Gallery), Central House of Artist, Moscow, Russia
Barrack (100 piglets). Painting of Arkady Petrov, House of Cinema, Moscow, Russia
Traces on the Podium, Patricia Cox, Anna Chizhova, Simona Sokhranskaya (with participation of O. Kulik, S. Kuskov and E. Kozlova), Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1990 Logics of Paradox, Palace of Youth, Moscow, Russia
Feminity & Power, Central House of Art Workers, Moscow, Russia
From Popular Print [lubok] to Installation, Palace of Arts, Minsk, Russia
Natalia Turnova. Painting, Regina Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Traditions of Russian Paintings, Museum of the Moscow History, Moscow, Russia

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