Maxim Gorky Literature Institute.
Artist, poet. The author of the artistic and philosophical concept of "acutely social abstractionism".
Member of the art-group ZUKCLUB and the D.O.B. Community.
The member of the International Federation of Artists (Russia), section "street art". Monumental works and murals by Max Lomak can be found in Latin America, Europe and Russia.
Long-term work in the commercial art environment led the author to a strategy to create within the framework of the concept of opposition to mass art, mainstream and official art. Lomak is an author of many manifestos and essays on the psychology of art.
The artist's work is based both on the representative aesthetics of forms and images and on textual and informative content. In his work, the author is inclined towards the following directions: monumentalism, conceptualism, abstraction, graphics. Participant of many official and unofficial exhibitions in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kaliningrad, Stavropol, Samara and other cities.
Here is how the author himself defines his approach to creativity on a philosophical level: “Style is the absence of style, handwriting is exclusively an experiment and destabilization of statics. Art is obliged to cultivate the spirit of anarchy and uncontrollability, embodied in the fossil of an artefact. The object is the corpse of thought."