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Sergei Ovseikin


Mar-July '22


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Dec '22-Jan'23
Feb-March '23
April '23
April-present '23

In 2002, he created the creative association of street artists ZUKCLUB, the leader of which remains to this day. The art group has many large-scale murals all over the world, as well as organizing the first Russian street art festival Street Art Week in 2009. Since 2012, Ovseikin, alone or together with ZUKCLUB, has been taking part in international festivals, residences and projects, including Desvelarte in Santander, Black River in Vienna, Arte Urbano in Switzerland, Into the Valley in Estonia, Gorilla in Tulum, Carte Blanche in Yekaterinburg and etc. Separately, it is worth noting the work with the Department of Moscow, within the framework of which the projects "Russian Avant-Garde" and "Heritage" were organized with the image of portraits of cultural and art figures (Einstein, Stravinsky, Rodchenko, Bulgakov, etc.) In Vyksa for the Industrial Park project, the artist creates a large-scale Mural based on the work of Eric Bulatov. He characterizes his work as a metaphor for everyday life. Often, the main characters of Ovseikin are people, animals, angels, the homeless, the media and many other images that in one way or another make you think about the world and man's place in it.


Photo by Nastya Klinkova @by.klinna
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