Artist, curator, sculptor, painter, graphic artist, performer, musician, one of the founders and leader of the Sever—7 group, as well as co-founder and curator of the Kunsthalle nummer sieben gallery. In 2018, the Sever-7 group was announced the winner of the Present Continuous young Russian art collecting program, which resulted in a solo exhibition and entry into the collection of the M HKA Museum in Antwerp. In 2018, the Group was shortlisted for the 2018 Sergey Kuryokhin Awards and the Innovation Award, and in 2020 won the award named after him. Sergey Kuryokhin for the Lost & Found North-7 Expedition project. In 2022, a special project was presented at the Cosmoscow fair — The Phantom Family of Kaspar Hauser — a total installation created by the Jonjoli Flowers group, a new project from the Sever-7 group, with the support of the Sergei Limonov Foundation.
Alexander was born in Leningrad in 1983, his childhood and adulthood fell on the 1990s, which influenced his artistic manner and creative destiny. In 2005, Tsikarishvili graduated from the N. K. Roerich Art College with a degree in graphic designer. In 2013, he became a graduate of the School of Young Artist of the Pro Arte Foundation. Works in the genre of soil painting, sculpture and graphics, performance, installation. In his creative practice, he studies mutations of the understanding of the national, visual stamps and layers of media images.More details
Primary solo exhibitions
- "That is no country for old men", Marina Gisich Gallery, St. Petersburg, Russia