Anton Solomoukha was born in Kyiv in 1945. He studies monumental painting at Kyiv State Art Institute in the studio of Tatiana Yablonska. He graduated with an MA in Fine Art in 1973. The artist immigrated to Paris in 1979 where he maintained the studio nearby metro station Télégraphe. Solomoukha was very active socially. He experimented a lot with contemporary painting and photography. He exhibited at the following venues: FIAC, AB Galerie, Philippe Gravier, Париж; Galerie Chistine Colmant, Belgium (1990); Galerie J.F.Gobbi, Neuchatel, France; New York Academy of Art (1991); Galerie J.F. Gobbi, Neuchatel, France (1992); Galerie Thierry Salvador, Paris; Elga Wimmer Gallery, New York (1993); COPRIM, Paris; Galerie Strouk, Paris (1994); COPRIM, Paris; Musee de Metz, Paris (1995); COPRIM, Paris (1996); Exposition “Heartless”, Brigitte Lemercier Galerie, Paris (1997); Collection Attrendberg. Musee des Beaux-arts de Mons, Belgium; Representation commerciale de Russie en France (1998); Theatre Atevainz, Paris; Art Manez, Moscow; Avec AB Galerie, Paris (1999); Espace “Etoile Saint-honore” Paris (2000); Galerie Minsky, Paris (2001); Centre de la Visitation, Perigueux; Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago (2002); Galerie Barletta, Paris; Galerie La Reserve, Paris; Galerie Beaubourg, Paris (2004); Art Moscow, Moscow; Salle F. Mitterrand. Periqueux, France (2005); Galerie AS, Paris; Galerie 208, Paris; Galerie Nathalie Gaillard, Paris (2006); Galerie 208, Paris; “Paris Photo”, le Salon international, Paris (2007); Gemism Academy – Artfira Gallery, New York (2013). Anton Solomoukha’s well known series of photographs is entitled “Petit Chaperon Rouge visite le Grand Louvre” (eng. "Little Red Riding Hood visits the Louvre"). For this series the artist had famous French actors, singers, poets and personalities from the cultural community play roles within these tableaux. The artist died of cancer in Paris in 2015. He was survived by his daughter, Christina.