Russian born Painter and muralist Vladimir Kibalchich Rusakov spent most of his life in Mexico where he was known as ‘Vlady’. In 1968 he received a Guggenheim Fellowship and spent a year in New York. Part of Mexico’s rupture movement, Vlady created a series of dramatic abstract murals inspired by renaissance frescoes and revolutions around the world. Before his death, he donated more than 4,600 works to the Fine Arts Institute in Mexico.
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