World Champions Group

  The group was founded in Moscow in the fall of 1986 by Gia Abramishvili, Konstantin Latyshev, Boris Matrosov, Andrei Yakhnin and Konstantin Zvezdochetov. It existed until the end of 1988.
  State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
Selected solo exhibitions
1989 Les champions du monde. Gallerie Bernard Felli, Paris
1990 World Champions. Espace Transit, Strasbourg, France
1991 Maailmanmestarit. Pori Art Museum, Pori, Finland
  Selected group exhibitions with the participation of the group
1986 Art vs. Commerce. Bitsevsky Park, Moscow
1987 Creative atmosphere and art process. The first exhibition of the Avant-Garde Club. Exhibition Hall of the Proletarsky District on Vostochnaya St., Moscow
  Giordano Bruno. Apartment Gallery Dmitry Vrubel, Moscow
  Cubism (exhibition of the Avant-Garde Club). Apartment Gallery Dmitry Vrubel, Moscow
  Visual art culture. Exhibition Hall on Profsoyuznaya 100, Moscow Exhibition in Hell, or Exhibition for residents of the upper and lower world (exhibition of the Avant-Garde Club). Wasteland in Orekhov-Borisov, Moscow
1988 Exhibition in the bathhouse (exhibition of the Avant-Garde Club). Male department of Sandunov baths, Moscow
  Art Drummers. Art-rock parade "ACCA". House of Culture MELZ, Moscow
  Labyrinth. Moscow Youth Palace, Moscow
  2nd exhibition of the Avant-Garde Club. Exhibition Hall of the Proletarsky District in Peresvetovoy per., Moscow
  Eidos. Moscow Youth Palace, Moscow
1991 MANI Museum - 40 Moskauer Künstler. Karmeliterkloster, Frankfurt, Germany
  Moscou - Leningrad - Tbilisi. Nouveau Theater d’Angers, Angers, France
1994 Leap into the Void, or the Artist instead of the work. Central House of Artists, Moscow
1995 Kunst im verborgenen. Nonkonformisten Russland 1957-1995. Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen am Rhein; Documenta-Halle, Kassel; Staatliches Lindenau-Museum, Altenburg, Germany; Central Exhibition Hall "Manege", Moscow
1999-2000 Dynamic pairs. Central Exhibition Hall "Manege", Moscow; National Center for Contemporary Art, Nizhny Novgorod; State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg
2005 Comembers. State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow