1953: Born and lives in Moscow.
From the 1960’s – 1980’s Nikita worked as an unofficial artist of the Soviet Union, holding performances in suburban areas as part of “group collective action” activities. In the early 1980’s he implemented “APTART”, transforming his one room apartment into an art installation. His creative themes are diverse, but his series of drawings based on the Japanese legend of the “Hokigi (broom tree)” are representative works.
2016: Fishing and Bubbles, Galerie Iragui, Moscow
2015: Landscapes in Three Languages, Narrative Projects, London
2014: Das Ufer. Villa Concordia, Bamberg
2007: 54 Winter, “Another Art” Museum of Art attached to the Russian State University for the Humanities (2nd Moscow Contemporary Art Biennale, Special Project), Moscow
1992 – 1993: Palace of the Broom Tree, Centre d`Art Contemporain “La BASE”, Levallois-Perret