Anatoly Rudakovs solo exhibition at CICA Museum, Gimpo, South Korea

Living Pictures – Film Translated in Photography

CICA Museum
August 2  –  August 6 , 2017
2017.08.02. – 08.06

Anatoly Rudakov, video still, Aquamarine, 2017, All rights reserved.


The photographs of Anatoly Rudakov present highly subtle and novel depictions of our environment. With a filmmaker’s eye he captures his subjects in motion and he forever succeeds, thanks to the particular empathy and sensitivity of his approach, in disclosing their hidden dimensions, drawing them, as it were, from a world of dreams. Characteristic of Rudakov’ s photographs is their seemingly painterly style, which shows close affinity with works from the Impressionist period. His photographs are taken in the profound yet breezy manner of a Turner or a Monet, but are guided by an original and contemporary mode of perception. In the 21st century, as in any other century or decade before, it is possible to perceive art in such different ways – be it through the institutional visit or the mobile digital variant – cell phone and co. Not only the advantages of conservation makes video to the trend in art nowdays. First of all, through video, artists get new opportunities to express their creative ideas. Anatoly Rudakov works exclusively digitally and thus moves in the current time of the photographic recording and reproduction. The photograph as a digital stamp transferred to classic media can be seen as a sign of human nostalgia. Remotely remote and perhaps even freed from this antiquated representation, he is concerned with his photographic work, whose origin is to be found in the movement, to create a corresponding equivalent of their mode of representation and, at the same time, reception. Anatoly Rudakov’s multiimage dynamic video shows are the result of his artistic intention. The generic movement in his images is underlined by the transition effect, the way he combines one image with the next one. The viewer witnesses the genesis of a new image. 60 photographs are combined trough unique „floating“ effect in a particular sequence to form a 60 minute in 4k video. Rudakov has developed a striking means of uniting artistic and stylistic aspects of classical photography with the cutting-edge techniques of digital photography. He thus opens up new interpretative possibilities to the viewer and offers a reorientation towards the medium of photography and its aesthetic analysis.



Gallery review: ATELIER ALEN in Mundus Magazine!

Find Atelier Alen and the upcoming exhibition FACE to FACE in the current mundus magazine!

>>>> 02/2016, p.66

"The art and culture magazine MUNDUS is a public magazine, which is made in Munich and provides information about interesting exhibitions in Germany , Austria and Switzerland."


Upcoming exhibition: Face to Face

Face to Face


Max Theo Kehl / Edvardas Racevicius / Anatoly Rudakov / Joseph A. Ryan

11.03. – 29.04.2016


Atelier Alen presents a group exhibition about contemporary portraiture with works by international artists in the field of drawing, sculpture, photography and painting.


Exhibition Opening: 11.03.16, 7 pm

Atelier Alen, Baaderstr. 34, 80469 Munich

Exhibition at Fata Morgana Gallery


Anatoly Rudakov / Stéphanie Bonne

curated by: Sandra Ratkovic / Leo Kuelbs


28.11.2015 – 02.12.2015


Exhibition Opening:
28.11.2015, 7 pm

Fata Morgana Gallery
Torstraße 170
10115 Berlin

This exhibition explores states of transition in people, time, and places. In silhouettes, light and shade. The transition between accepted consciousness and a place apart. Between the real and the unreal.

Anatoly Rudakov, People in Montmartre. Paris, 2012

Anatoly Rudakov, People in Montmartre. Paris, 2012

Stéphanie Bonne, Je vous salue Marie

Stéphanie Bonne, Je vous salue Marie


Anatoly Rudakov will show some of his works at Munich's best art fair ARTMUC!!

<< 14th - 17th May, 2015 / Praterinsel-Munich >>

You will find us at booth 57 in HALLE B!

Light on Earth - Group exhibition at Atelier Alen

Curated by Claus Semerak our next exhibition will show photographs by Sherif Elhage (Nice, France), Raimund Feiter (Munich, Germany) and Anatoly Rudakov (Munich, Germany) at Atelier Alen.

>>  8 December, 2014 - 6 January, 2015 

The opening is on December 7, 2015 at 3 pm.

We look forward to see you!

Cinema for Peace - Charity Auction

Anatoly Rudakov donated one work for the Cinema for Peace Charity Auction HEROES - 25 Years Fall of the Wall.

The charity event in honor of Mikhail Gorbatchev took place on December 6, 2014 in Berlin and was held by the famous fine arts auction house Christie's. The image "Renoir's Garden" by Anatoly Rudakov could be auctioned in addition to works by Gerhard Richter and Jeff Koons. It was a successful and great night!

Anatoly Rudakov, Renoir's Garden #1, 2013

Anatoly Rudakov, Renoir's Garden #1, 2013

Anatoly Rudakov at LACDA

We are happy to announce that two works ("People Hurrying to the tram at the Perusa Street" and "Waiting for green light") by Anatoly Rudakov are shown in the group exhibition "Electron Salon Series" at LACDA - los angeles center for digital art in conjucntion with the Downtown Art Walk. 

> > November 3 - December 6, 2014

Featured artists: Molly Lamb, Felix F. Quintana, Phoebe Foley, Kristin Furbeck, Glenn Ossiander, Ole Jorgensen, Kurt Lightfoot, Christopher P. Brown, Pistolwish, Kjose Elliott, Heron Stone, Anatoly Rudakov 

New Artists for Atelier Alen

We are so happy to announce that we accepted two new members in our Atelier Alen community. The photographers Costin Irmia, Sherif Elhage and Raimund Feiter

For more information about there work just check out our artist pages!