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Kantor Maxim  
COMMON:
Born December 22, 1957 Moscow.

1975
is accepted in Art Moscow Polygraphic College; garduates in 1980.

1979-1980
studio in Saveljevskij street, 8, since 1980 studio in Triokhprudny Street, 8.

1983
organizes the independent group of painters that was later called "Krasny Dom" ("Red House"). The group made a number of unofficial, one-day exhibitions, the most famous took place at the Institute of Philosophy, Moscow, 1984.

Since 1984
participates in many non-permitted exhibitions of the Moscow "underground".

1987
first exhibitions abroad at Studio Marconi, Milan and Eva Poll Gallery, Berlin,

invited to Germany by Henri Nannen for the first personal exhibition.

Since then works and lives in Western Europe, the United States and Moscow. Works in Boston, Frankfurt, Dusselfdorf, Berlin, Moscow, London.

1993
publishes his first collection of short stories 'House in the Wasteland'.

1995-96
retrospektive exhibitions in Luxembourg, Berlin and Moscow.

1997
is invited to design the Russian Pavillion at the XLVII Biennale in Venice.

1997-1998
the exhibition tour starts at the State Pushkin Museum, afterwards presented in Staedel Museum, Frankfurt, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida and other museums.

1998-2000
exibition tour through few countries

1999-2000
works on the book Wasteland. The Atlas: prints and philosophical essays. The book is followed with the exhibition tour

2001-2003
works on the book Metropolis. The Atlas: prints and philosophical essays.
Exhibition has to come.

Works on oil - developing new style.

Lives in London mainly.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
1988
Galerie Eva Poll, Berlin, Germany
Centraal Museum, Utrecht, Netherlands

1989
Goethe-Institute, Dusseldorf, Germany
Landesvertretung der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg bein Bund, Bonn, Germany

1990
Facing Apocalypse, Newport Art Museum and Art Association, Newport, Rhode Island, USA
Russia: Within and Without, The Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee, USA
Galerie Lupfert, Hannover, Germany

1991
Stuart & Co. Gallery, New York, USA
Asbaek Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
Galerie Eva Poll, Berlin, Germany
Art Cologne, Galerie Eva Poll, Koln, Germany

1992
MAXIM KANTOR - Retrospektive, Museum Bochum, Germany
Galerie Lupfert, Hannover, Germany

1993
Art Frankfurt, Galerie Lupfert, Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Salle d'Exposition de l'Hotel de Ville, Colmar, France
Galerie Lupfert, Hannover, Germany
FIAC, Asbaek Gallery, Paris, France
Galerie Eva Poll, Berlin, Germany

1994
Kunsthalle Emden / Stiftung Henri Nannen, Emden, Germany
Asbaek Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
Galerie im Haus Dacheroden, Erfurt, Germany

1995
MAXIM KANTOR. Paintings 1982-1994, Tutesall, Luxembourg
Maxim Kantor - Gemalde und Radierungen, Bayreuth, Germany
MAXIM KANTOR. Paintings 1982-1994, Kunsthalle Berlin, Berlin, Germany
Galerie Eva Poll, Berlin, Germany
MAXIM KANTOR. Paintings 1982-1994, Porin Tadesmuseo, Pori, Finland

1996
MAXIM KANTOR. Paintings 1982-1994, Kunsthalle Rostock, Rostock, Germany
MAXIM KANTOR. Paintings 1982-1994, Herning Kunstmuseum, Herning, Denmark
Kunsthalle Emden / Stiftung Henri und Eske Nannen, Emden, Germany
MAXIM KANTOR. Paintings 1982-1994, Musee de Pully, Pully, Switzerland
Galerie Eva Poll, Berlin, Germany
Art Cologne, Galerie Eva Poll, Koln, Germany

1997
MAXIM KANTOR. Paintings 1982-1994, Royal College Of Art, London, United Kingdom
Criminal Chronicle. Russian Pavillion, XLVII Biennale di Venezia, Venice, Italy
Maxim Kantor, Luneburg, Germany
Maxim Kantor. Paintings. Etchings. Pushkin Museum of Fine Art, Moscow

1998-2000
exibition tour of the European and United States museums, among them: Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Nothern Illinois University Art Galletry, Chicago, Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida, Crossman Gallery, Whitewater, Wisconsin, Ulster Museum, Belfast, Villa Vauban, Luxembourg

1999-2001
in Artichoke print-studio in London works upon the series of 70 etchings "Letters from Karakorum", which finally was entitled "WASTELAND. The Atlas"

2001
since September 2, 2001 the exhibition tour presenting the project "WASTELAND. The Atlas" all over the world. In 2001 the book "WASTELAND. The Atlas" was published. It is 70 etchings and 100 pages of the author's text (Russian, English and German editions).
Eva Poll Gallery, Berlin
Artcore Gallery, Toronto

2001-2002
in 2001 the book "WASTELAND. The Atlas" was published. It includes 70 etchings and 100 pages of the author's text (Russian, English and German editions).

Since September 2, 2001 started the exhibition tour presenting the project "WASTELAND. The Atlas" in the museums all over the world, among them:

Staedel Museum, Frankfurt
Culturgest, Lisbon
State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
State Primorsky Museum of Art, Vladivostok
Krasnoyarsk Culture and History Museum Complex
Novosibirsk Museum of Fine Arts
Tomsk Atr Museum
Ekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts
Ulster Museum, Belfast
South Australian Gallery, Adelaida

WORKS IN PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia
Pushkin Museum of fine Arts, Moscow, Russia
The British Museum, London, United Kingdom
Staedel Museum, Frankfurt
Sprengel Museum, Hannover, Germany
Ulster Museum, Belfast, United Kingdom
Museum Bochum, Bochum, Germany
Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, Florida, USA
Herning Museum Of Art, Herning, Denmark
Kunsthalle Emden / Stiftung Henri Nannen, Emden, Germany
Luxembourg Museum Of Art And History, Luxembourg
Musee de Pully, Pully, Switzerland
Museum Ludwig, Koln, Germany
Neuen Galerie Sammlung Ludwig, Aix-la-Chapelle, France
The Patrick and Beatrice Haggerty Museum of Art, Milwaukee, USA
South Australian gallery, Adelaida
Stuttgart Stadtgalerie, Stuttgart, Germany
Novosibirsk Museum of Fine Arts, Russia
Togliatti Museum of Fine Arts, Russia
Perm Art Museum, Russia
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