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Vladimir Fedorov

Федоров Володимир Олексійович

Fedorov Volodymir Alexiyovich (Fedot)
Born into a family of mathematician and engineer. In the mid-1970s he moved with his family to Odessa.
In the late 1970s, together with his classmate Oleksiy Kotsiyevsky, he created the literary and artistic direction "Cretinist Realism".
In 1982 he introduced Leonid Wojciechow to Sergei Anufriev, and from that moment the Odessa Conceptualist Group emerged.
1980-1984 studied at the Odessa Civil Engineering Institute (Faculty of Industrial and Civil Engineering).
In the 1980s he was a member of the Odessa School of Conceptualism.
In the mid-1980s, after being persecuted by the authorities for participating in apartment exhibitions, he moved to Kharkiv.
In the late 80's he went to Moscow. 1987-1991 Junior Inspector of Medical Hermeneutics.
1989-1991 member of the inspection board of the Medical Hermeneutics Inspectorate. In 1991 he became the senior inspector of the Medical Hermeneutics Inspection group instead of Yuri Leiderman, receiving the status of "Fetish MG" in the structure of the group.
After his father's death in 2015, he was forced to move to Moscow, where he remained until 2017.
In September 2017, he was arrested in Russia for violating the passport regime, and on November 1, 2017, he was deported from Russia to Ukraine.

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