Born on August 2 ‘1984
in Ufa, Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia
Born on January 02 ‘1984 in Ufa, Bashkortostan Republic, The Russian Fedeartion. The same year the family moved to Komsomolsk, Poltava Region, Ukraine, where Anton spent his childhood and student years.
Lives and works in Kyiv since 2001.
2005 graduated from The National Technical University of Ukraine – Kyiv Polythechnic Institute, department of electro mechanics.
2002–2005 studied at V. Veselka studio.
2004 completed «3D computer graphics 3D Studio Max 5.1» course at education center «Uspih».
2007–2014 worked on computer games, 3D graphics for music videos, advertising and movies, among which are «The best movie. Part I», «Haytarma», «Rzhevskyi vs Napoleon». At the present time – Modelling TD (head of modelling department) at «Mykyta Kozhumiak» project» (Ukrainian animation 3D movie), «Panama Grand Prix» company.
The major part in the artist’s life and work is occupied by sculpture, his family and travelling. 2006–2010 studied at Kyiv sculptor Dmytro Velychenko studio. Significant impact to the life and work of the artist was caused by travelling abroad, starting from 2007 he visited Poland, Hungary, Germany, Italy, France, Montenegro, Slovakia, Greece, Georgia, Spain, Austria. The artist works with wood, stone, metal and advanced materials. Co-author of sculptures and architectural projects and renovations thereof in Kyiv and the region.
Author of nomination award prizes (Award for The Best Video, Award for The Best Album, Award for The Best Live, Award for Contribution to music) for Ukrainian musical festival «InshaMuzyka».
2016 Austria, Ottensheim; Poland, Barlinek.
2016 Exhibition within the framework of the XXl International Cerami Art Symposium hosted in Berlinek,
2016 «KünsTlERsOmmER OTTEnshEim–2O16» exhibition. Raiffeisen bank, Ottensheim, Austria.
2014 One-artist exhibition «Tyche», hosted by President Hotel, Kyiv.
The artworks are kept
“Museum of Contemporary Art of Ukraine”, Kyiv; in a private collection of Ukraine, Poland, Austria.
«Veronika» (gesso, 2009)
«Human and nature» (wood), Ottensheim, Austria
«Unity» (wood), Barlinek, Poland