For People's Choice, K&M, with the help of The Nation Institute and The Dia Foundation, create the Most Wanted and Most Unwanted paintings, first in America and Russia and then around the world, based on results of nationwide surveys conducted by polling companies. Exhibitions include: Alternative Museum, New York; Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.; Marat Guelman Gallery, Moscow; Kiev State Museum, Ukraine; Municipal Museum, Reikjavik; Kunsthalle, Rotterdam; Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon; Istanbul Biennale, Turkey; ARS, Helsinki; Kunsthalle, Vienna; Museum of Modern Art, Cologne; and elsewhere. K&M discovered that, regardless of sex, race, education, or income, in paintings, the majority of people preferred landscapes and the color blue
The beginning of the project Ecollaboration (1995), K&M collaborate on abstract paintings with Renee, an African elephant at the Toledo Zoo, Ohio. Later, at the end of the 1990s, this event was transformed to the Asian Elephant Art and Conservation Project (AEACP).
Russian Jewish Artists in a Century of Change 1890-1990, The Jewish Museum, New York, curated by Susan Tumarkin-Goodman, 1995-1996 with catalog.
The 20th-Century Art Book, Phaidon Press Limited, London, 1996.
Face A L’Histoire 1933-1996, curated by Jean-Paul Ameline. Center Georges Pompidou. Catalog published by Flammarion, Paris, 1996. See pp. 392, 458-459, 486-489, 491.