Michail Grobman is a well-known artist and a poet who works in Russia and Israel. He was influenced by the Russian poet Vladimir Mayakovsky. Grobman started getting known as an artist after the years of the 1960s and became a member of The Second Russian Avant-Garde movement Michall Grobman's works such as "Envelopes", "Porcelain man", "The Black Rectangle" during 1963 and 1965 brought him into fame. He became a member of Moscow Artists Union in 1967. and migrated to Israel and settled in Jerusalem in 1971. Grobman founded a Leviathan group and art periodical in 1975.
Michail Grobman's peak period of fame was between 1968 and 1989. Grobman installs minimalist poems, and visual verses into his arts and brings out poetic texts from old book covers.
He currently lives and works in Tel Aviv, Israel. He is married and has two children; a son and a daughter.