Andrey Kozakov

Andrey Kozakov
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About Andrey

Originally from Kiev, Ukraine, Andrey Kozakov began painting with his artist father’s brushes at the age of two. Surrounded by an artistic community as a child, Andrey aspired to be a part of the creative environment in which they lived.  He found inspiration, not only from them, but also from the city of Kiev, with its modern mosaics and Soviet post-modern architecture. At age 16, following the collapse of the Soviet Union, Kozakov moved to the U.S. with his family.

Andrey is a versatile artist with the ability to work in many styles.  He creates paintings, wooden or wire sculptures, and fully-functional art furniture. His artistic ideas come primarily from the Constructivist and Surrealist movements. He also draws upon the Suprematist, Bauhaus, and Conceptual art movements, and artists such as Vladimir Tatlin, Wassily Kandinsky, Kazimir Malevich and Louise Nevelson.

Kozakov’s work has been featured in exhibitions in Miami, and various galleries and art shows throughout Florida. He has presented at Cincinnati galleries including Malton and Bromwell’s. He has had a studio at the Pendleton Arts Center, and exhibited his work as a featured artist for the Constella Festival of Music and Fine Arts. Kozakov’s most recent work, including his modernist furniture, sculpture, art forms, and paintings, can be seen at Object, on Hamilton Ave, in Northside.

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