Aksinin Oleksandr Dmytrovych, 1949 – 1985

Ukrainian graphic artist, one of the most prominent representatives of Lviv non-conformism. Graduated from the I. Fedorov Ukrainian polygraphic institute (1972). He worked as an editor of the publishing house "Kamenyar". Designed the exhibition of  the History Museum of the Carpathian military district troops in Lviv (1973 - 1974). Entered the E...

Ukrainian graphic artist, one of the most prominent representatives of Lviv non-conformism. Graduated from the I. Fedorov Ukrainian polygraphic institute (1972). He worked as an editor of the publishing house "Kamenyar". Designed the exhibition of  the History Museum of the Carpathian military district troops in Lviv (1973 - 1974). Entered the European recognition at the turn of 1970 - 1980's, after his works were awarded the Medal of Honor (International Biennial "Small forms of graphics", Lodz, 1979), and his bookplate for Lyubinskiy Benedictine monastery was named the best in the competition dedicated to the 1500 anniversary St. Benedict (1981). His foreign solo exhibitions were held in Tallinn (1979), Lodz (1981), Warsaw (1984). He worked mainly in the technique of etching. Among his published works are illustrations for the books "Alice in Wonderland" (1976 - 1977), "The Adventures of Gulliver" (1977 - 1978), to the ancient Chinese "Book of Changes" (1984 - 1985), a series of "Boshiana" (1977 - 1978) "Zodiac Signs" (1974), "Sounds" (1980), "Months" (1980), "Words" (1980 - 1981), "Oleksandr Aksinin's Mail" (1983 - 1984). He died in a plane crash. Since 2015, the etchings of the "Boshiana" series were exhibited in the permanent exhibition of the Hieronymus Bosch Art Center in Hertogenbosch (Netherlands). The works are presented in the Museum of Modern Art of Ukraine and private collections.

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