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Coal Exhibitions Opens at Vinzavod in Moscow
29.01.2013 00:47
Coal Exhibitions Opens at Vinzavod in Moscow

5 tons of real coal was required for installation of the exhibition of the artist Dmitry Kavarga in the Pop/off/art Gallery. The artist’s concept is to show the viciousness of our world of consumerism.

      To create the effect of the sad littered Earth he threw five tons of coal and covered with it the entire floor of the small premise at Vinzavod Modern Art Centre not far from Kurskaya Metro Station.

      The coal stains and to prevent visitors from plunging totally into Apocalypses the artist laid black boards taking care of the comers’ shoes. Between black paths he set up black sculptures reminding of some weird garbage flowers, which are very thin and morbid.  

      By the way, the exhibition is sponsored by a fuel industry company.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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