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Adel
Ramilevich Khaliullin

born in 1988 •
 
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Born in 1988 in Kazan in the family of an artist. His father, Ramil Khaliullin, was the last student of the great Tatar sculptor Baki Urmanche.
Studied at the Kazan Art School named after N.I. Feshina.
He studied at the sculptural courses at the St. A.L. Stieglitz.
Participant and winner of international and all-Russian competitions in the field of contemporary art. Works are in private collections in Russia, South Korea, Iran, France, USA, Brazil.

From works, in particular:
• 2012-2014. - a series of busts of writers I. Brodsky, V. Aksyonov, Z. Prilepin, I. Severyanin (The bust of Joseph Brodsky and Igor Severyanin is in the Writers' Union of Russia).
• In 2013 - award statuettes of the X jubilee International Muslim Film Festival.
• 2015 - thirteen busts of Heroes of the Soviet Union for the Walk of Fame in Tetyushi.
• 2017 - a giant relief "Kaaba" for the "Iske Tash" mosque in the Novo-Tatar settlement.
• 2018-2020. - author's award statuettes for the GF Shershenevich "Lawyer of the Year".
• 2019 - sculptural compositions "Su Anasy" and "Shurale" for Kazan Federal University.
• From 2012 to the present - Workshop-mini-gallery "AX".

Exhibitions:
• International Exhibition of Contemporary Art "Art Gallery" (Kazan, 2013)
• International Exhibition of Contemporary Art "Art Gallery" (Kazan, 2014)
• Youth Exhibition of Contemporary Art (Kazan, 2014)
• St. Petersburg Art Week (St. Petersburg, 2015)
• International exhibition of animal sculpture "Man-Animal" (State Darwin Museum, Moscow, 2015)
• Kazan Art Week (Kazan, 2015)
• Arena-Land (Kazan, 2017)
• Arena-Land (Kazan, 2018)
• Personal exhibition "Form of thought" (Kazan, Republican youth library)
• Personal exhibition "Inner World" (Kazan, Multimedia Historical Park "Russia - My History")
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