Highly Creative in Art and Business, Vasily Klyukin on It's A Question of Balance with Ruth Copland
Environmental themes permeate Vasily's fascinating sculptures and he’s also known for his unique architectural concepts, an inventive sci-fi novel, and for paying $1.5 million at a charity auction for a flight to the moon with Leonard di Caprio. He's also raised over $2million for charity auctioning his art. In his early life Vasily Klyukin applied his highly creative mind to business, where he has been phenomenally successful. Latterly, his creativity has moved towards art with him creating complex sculptures and installations which are located around the world including Moscow, London, Monte Carlo, Cannes and Ibiza.
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Ruth Copland interviewed Russian artist and entrepreneur Vasily Klyukin in the Hollywoods Hills, Los Angeles, USA (see photo above) just after he returned from a hugely successful installation of his art at the Burning Man 2019 festival and before he returned to his home in Monaco via London.
Vasily Klyukin sculpture from 'In Dante Veritas' exhibition in Venice; Vasily with model for sculpture; 'Why People Can't Fly' installed at Burning Man 2019.
Vasily's solo exhibition called 'In Dante Veritas' was a huge success both at the State Russian Museum (St. Petersburg) and the sculptural park, ‘LA Collection’Air’ in Lucerne (Switzerland). An expanded multi-media version of 'In Dante Veritas', comprising more than a hundred inter-related art objects, is exhibited at the 2019 Venice Biennale where it is extremely popular with attendees. Vasily is also known for creating inspiring concepts for unusual buildings, published in his book Designing Legends. In addition, he has written a science-fiction novel called ‘Collective Mind’ published in Russia and now available in English.
Vasily Klyukin is a famous defender of the environment, working on promoting the fight against environmental pollution every chance he gets. Inevitably, environmental themes are predominant in his art. He is also known for his support of amfAR, the Leonardo di Caprio Foundation and Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation.
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