Ukrainian artist, legendary musician of the Odessa rock underground. Stas Podlipsky was born on May 23, 1968 in Odessa. In the late 1980s, he founded the “Children on the Garden” group, which Artemi Troitsky described in his book “Rock in the USSR” as the most significant group of Ukraine, along with the “Brothers Gadiukiny” and “VV”. The composition included the artist Igor Stepin, who later became famous in literature, becoming half of the famous pseudonym Max Fry. In the early 90’s, “Children on the Garden” were renamed “Club of lazy people” and moved to Moscow, where they successfully toured clubs, their songs spun on radio. However, the passion of the Podilsky drug has put a cross in perspective, and he was forced to return to Odessa. The Protestant Church was saved by the musician who hastily going down the slope. After five years of staying in her ranks he returned to the stage again. At the moment he is painting, writing songs, raising his son. In 2013, under the framework of the 35th Moscow Film Festival, the world premiere of the picture of the young director Alice Pavlovskaya “I Do not Want to Die” took place. This is a Ukrainian-Russian surrealistic fantasy on the brink of playing and documentary cinema with real characters of the modern Odessa underground. The star of the Odessa rock underground – Stas Podlipsky.
“This is the story of a man who lost his way between the worlds in his mind, but found that there was hope. Based on real events “. The script is written by Semen Rosovsky. Famous Odessa artists Sergey Anufriev, Dmitry Dyulphan, Gennady Podvoisky, repeatedly filmed by Kira Muratova, journalist and performer Uta Kilter, Evgeny Barskov, Semen Rosovsky, Jamaickl, writer Vsevolod Nepogodin, were filming in the film.
Photo: Stas Podlipsky “Stalin beat”, 2011 lot # 36 AUCTION 19 CONTEMPORARY ART “Golden section”
Photo: Stas Podlipsky “Golubki”, 2009 lot number 70 AUCTION 14 CONTEMPORARY ART “Golden section”