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Mihnov-Voitenko Eugene (1932-1988) - artist of unofficial art. Born in Kherson. Moved and lived in Voronezh, Russia (1935-1939) and later in Leningrad (1939). He studied at Leningrad State Institute of Foreign Languages (1951); Theater Institute in drama school and faculty staged (1954) M. Akimov. He worked as a theater designer. One of the greatest masters of Russian abstract art. Invented by the author's own version of the "new figuration". The largest private collection of his works preserved in New York (Norman Dodge). Solo Exhibition (1982). He lived and worked in Leningrad.