The Released Gavrilov, IX is a 1972 work by Ilya Kabakov. It is part of the IMMA Permanent Collection.
|Boxed portfolio of 43 offset prints mounted on cardboard
|51.5 x 35 cm (each)
|IMMA Collection: Purchase, 1999
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Born in Dnipropetrovsk, USSR, now Dnipro, Ukraine,Ilya Kabakov moved to the West in 1987. Considered a leading figure in installation art, Kabakov’s practice combines drawings, paintings and found objects to form complex installations which reflect the social, historical and political forces which shaped his life and work. Since 1988 Kabakov has worked collaboratively with his wife Emilia to create installations in venues worldwide, including a large site-specific installation at IMMA in 1999.View Artist