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«NFT — is the acceptance stage»
March 5.2022 — May 5.2022
Exhibition Halls of Moscow, Moscow
«A new beautiful exhibition»
December 25.2021 — March 15.2022
Media Center in Zaryadye park, Moscow
socks
christmas balls
rabbit
«Mirror Voice of a Fairy Tale»

August 18.2021 — September 5.2021
Zaryadye park museum Sovrisk project, Moscow
«Irrepressibles»
October 15.2020 — January 15 2021
Sense Gallery in CUBE, Moscow, Russia
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T-SHIRT
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«Sverdlova 83»
Yaroslavl, Russia (2022)
This project was dedicated to raising awareness about the decaying state of the architectural memory around the country and the specific historic building
«New Year in colors»
Yaroslavl, Russia (2022)
This project was dedicated to raising awareness about the decaying state of the architectural memory around the country and the specific historic building
«Draw on the walls of our yard»
Yaroslavl, Russia (2021)
This project was dedicated to raising awareness about the decaying state of the architectural memory around the country and the specific historic building
«The city through the eyes of children»
Yaroslavl, Russia (2021)
This project was dedicated to raising awareness about the decaying state of the architectural memory around the country and the specific historic building
«bears»
Yaroslavl, Russia (2020)
This project was dedicated to raising awareness about the decaying state of the architectural memory around the country and the specific historic building
«BRO&N»
Moscow, Russia (2020)
Anvor created an installation for the Christmas window display at BRO&N restaurant located at the very heart of Moscow
«Trefoleva 12»
Yaroslavl, Russia (2020)
This project was dedicated to raising awareness about the decaying state of the architectural memory around the country and the specific historic building
«The Sabotaurs»
Yaroslavl, Russia (2020)
This project was made in collaboration with a local textile factory “Cord”. Anvor painted one of the factory’s walls, creating a new cultural site in the city
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