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Nikita Kadan

The work of Nikita Kadan (born 1982 in Kiev) centers on his artistic exploration of post-communist social and political developments, and their origins and causes in the Soviet system. Kadan produces drawings, paintings, and photography as well as objects, sculptures, and installations. The artist is a sensitive and critical observer and interpreter of historical shifts, and also of the connections and continuities between the communist past and turbo-capitalist present. He is a member of the artists’ group R.E.P. (Revolutionary Experimental Space) and co-founder of the activists’ group Hudrada. As an activist in the field of art and politics, Kadan also works with architects, sociologists, and human rights activists.

In his exhibitions, the artist addresses the visibility and function of the artistic avant-garde in Ukraine within contemporary neoliberalism, which—in the conflict with Russia—is shaped by a politics based on military goals and an ideology of anti-solidarity in the fabric of society.

Tiger’s Leap

Tiger’s Leap, 5 pieces, 2021, 190 x 35 x 35 cm [x5], € 12.000
as exhibited in Museum Morsbroich, Leverkusen, 02.05 – 29.08.2021

Children Are Surrounded by Art

 The Beautiful Colonizer, 2020

The Masks, 2020

Flags, 2016 & 2017

‘Dark Air’ & ‘Devils’, 2016

Everybody Wants to Live by the Sea, 2014 & 2016

Neon Sun Grid, as exhibited in Nikita Kadan’s solo show Engineering Hope 
in Art Brussels 2014, booth galerie Transit

Procedure Room, 2009

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