De Pury de pury and Kasia Kulczyk have curated 30 works for the BOT exhibition, the show which highlights a new interest in Bulatov's vivid works influenced by Soviet symbolism and propaganda.

Erik Bulatov, Autoportrait 2011 Image via Erik Bulatov Erik Bulatov, Autoportrait 2011
Image via Erik Bulatov

Bot celebrates Bulatov's resurface to the art scene after he was included in the Russia! show at the Guggenheim, New York in 2005.

As part of this new found interest in his works, Bulatov was commissioned to create two murals for Moscow's Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.

Simon de Pury stated on behalf of de Pury de Pury: "We are thrilled to be staging Erik Bulatov's first exhibition in London since 1989."

"Ever since I first worked with his pieces while auctioneering for the groundbreaking 1988 Sotheby's auction in Russia, which marked the first sale in the country since the 1917 revolution, I have loved his work."

Bot is on from 6th October – 17th November, 2015 at 3 Grafton Street, London.