The Crimean Bridge
Kirill Kipyatkov was born in 1987. He has graduated with honors from the State Academy of Art and Design in Saint Petersburg, the painting and restoration faculty. 2018-2019 studied a course on contemporary art at the Free Workshops School, MMOMA, Moscow.
In his work Kirill Kipyatkov combines abstract and figurative painting. His main themes are a human and his activities. They are invariably attractive to the author as areas of physical activity. Since 2017 he has been working on a series of paintings dedicated to leisure and life in nowaday’s Moscow. The artist works in traditional painting techniques and uses wood, aluminum, pure pigments and reflective materials in his art-practice as well.
He collaborates with LUCH gallery since 2010. Nowadays lives and works in Moscow.