An artist close to Moscow conceptualism, sculptor, author of objects, installations. He develops two main themes in his works: the myth of Judaism based on Kabbalah, but using symbols from other religions and social mythology from the Soviet period. Uses laconic poster language. Holds record prices at the first Sotheby's auction in Moscow (1988). Works are in the MoMA, the Tretyakov Gallery, the Russian Museum.
- Grisha Bruskin