ZLOTNIK ALEXANDRE

Galerie Arista

Born in 1940 in Moscow, he studies sculpture under the direction of Wilenski and then Schulz. With other Russian artists, he takes part in the first exhibition organized by the non-academic artists in the former riding school of Moscow. He follows his studies at the Sourikov Art Institute. In 1964, he becomes member of the Russian artists' trade union and then gets a studio and access to the official exhibitions. At 20 years old he wins the first Tchaïkovsky contest for having sculpted the best portrait of the composer.

After having moved to Israël, he settles down in France in Nogent-sur-Marne  in the 1970's. He takes part in numerous international exhibitions.