Oleg Lang is an outstanding contemporary Russian artist, one of the most significant in the generation that took the stage at the end of the Soviet period in the 1980s. Lang expanded opportunities of modern Russian painting by creating his own recognizable version of the plastic language, which is close to expressionism and the "new wild". For a quarter-century, he had intensively been evolving between abstraction and figurative. He was included into the album "500 artists. The Encyclopedia of Russian Painting of the ХХ Century" (Moscow, 2012).
Oleg Lang (1950 – 2013) was born in Stalinogorsk (since 1961 – Novomoskovsk) in Tula region. In 1975 – 1981 he was studying at the Department of Painting at the Moscow State Art Institute named after V.I. Surikov, since his admission to the Institute he had lived in Moscow. The participant of exhibitions since 1975. Since 1982 – the member of the USSR Union of Artists. In 2012 he was awarded the title of a Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Arts. He died in 2013 in Moscow.
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