MIZER (Vitaly RUSAKOV) is a young artist from the Russian underground, known for his achievements in "Street Art" which is kept on many walls in Russia, especially in Ekaterinburg, the Urals city on the border of Europe and Asia where he started his first graffiti on the city walls with blocks of raw charcoal. Vitaly, know under the name Mizer, has participated in numerous competitions and Street Art festivals in the Russian Federation and abroad. He remains a member of the group ARTERROR of which he is one of the founders.
Chosen in 2007 by the Montresso* Foundation, he has since worked through painting and other media on subjects which are at the heart of the history of Russia. In the past year, free from any commitments, he worked on his style and his subjects, and presented his first series, notably "Lenin Story", "Good Bye Lenin", "I Love Lenin", and "Papa KPSS", which were all quite successful. Noticed by the Opera Gallery, a selection of his paintings is making the rounds at international Street Art expositions alongside works by the greatest in the movement.
Vitaly Rusakov works today in Ekaterinburg and in Marrakech where he is one of the residents of the Red Garden, the workshops of Montresso* Foundation which are made available to a group of young artists of which he is one of the facilitators.
These and all the works displayed at Tön Vangard are available for you to take home. Please ask the salon manager for details.