*1983 Sofia, Bulgarien. Lives and works in Sofia.
Work: A Woman Standing in Front of a Wall Holding an Umbrella
*1982 in Kyiv, Ukraine. Lives and works in Kyiv.
Work: The Surfaces 5
*1988 in Kerch, Ukraine.
Work: Homo Bulla
*1980 in Kyiv, Ukraine. Lives and works in Kyiv.
Work: Drawing on Maidan
*1977 in Kyiv, Ukraine. Lives and works in Kyiv.
Work: Sex Medicated Rock-n-Roll
*1973 in Zhdanivka, Ukraine. Lives and works in Muzychi, Ukraine.
Work: The Home
*1976 in Lutsk, Ukraine. Lives and works in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Work: How to Deal with the Pigs
*1981 in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. Lives and works in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Work: Rescue Plan
The Art Collection Telekom, the art collection of the Deutsche Telekom, was launched in 2010. The focus is concentrated on contemporary art from Eastern and South-Eastern Europe.
The Art Collection Telekom aims to address the social and political changes after the fall of the Iron Curtain and to promote a broader understanding of Europe's cultural diversity through the visual arts. Even more than three decades after this historical turning point, the consequences of the division of the world into East and West, into Communism or Capitalism, have not been overcome. New rifts have emerged between open democracies or state-controlled and often nationalistically oriented democracies.
Contemporary art registers and comments on such distortions. Overall, the collection intends to create an exemplary art-historical spectrum of contemporary art in this cultural area and to concentrate primarily on younger artists in order to document and collect their work over a longer period of time. The whole media spectrum from drawing to digital installation is represented.