(1961-2013) was a St. Petersburg musician, photographer and artist. He is best known as the drummer for Russia’s famous rock band Kino. In 1975-1976 he studied at the V.A. Serov Leningrad Art School, since 1982 becoming one of the first founding members of the New Artists group, and contributing to the concerts of Sergei Kuryokhin’s Popular Mechanics band. In the 1990s he continued to be involved with music and art, serving as a founding member and honorary professor at Novikov’s New Academy of Fine Arts. His solo exhibitions, among others, took place at the Marble Palace of the State Russian Museum (1993), Gallery D-137 in St. Petersburg (2001), Regina Gallery in Moscow (1994) and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam (1997). Recently, Guryanov was recognized as the most expensive Russian artist of the last decade.