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Exhibition of Taisia Korotkova Opens in Moscow
19.04.2012 09:49
Exhibition of Taisia Korotkova Opens in Moscow

Exhibition of the artist Taisia Korotkova opens on April 20 in the Triumph Gallery in Moscow.
      The winner of Kandinsky Award Taisia Korotkova goes on picturing the despondent and well disinfected world of the future, where the production of people is churned out and everything looks as if the future has been retouched by the same people as Stalin's "Book on tasty and healthy food". But in fact Korotkova is a retoucher by herself, and her sophisticated and thorough painting is not even painting, but rather a sort of retroretouch over fashionable futuristic concepts.
      The exhibition runs till May 15, 2012.
Author: Vera Ivanova

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