Alexandr Zhdanov

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Alexandr Pavlovich Zhdanov (11.01.1938/Vyoshenskaya, Soviet Union - ☦ 18.07.2006/Washington) - avant-garde painter.

In 1973, he moved to Moscow and within a year was part of a group of artists who used a wooden fence as an exhibition until authorities knocked it down. The incident, which became known as the "Bulldozer Exhibition," was among the first overt acts of defiance by Moscow's artistic underground.