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Exhibition of Rotten Fantom Art Group Opens in Moscow
15.05.2013 09:55
Exhibition of Rotten Fantom Art Group Opens in Moscow

Today the Proekt Fabrika exhibition hall in Moscow opens a show of the Rotten Fantom team of artists, who have been masterly working in the genre of black-and-white graphic art tainted with post-humanistic decadence and trance-noir.

The main subject matter of Rotten Fantom is the embodiment of the forces of nature, with its infinite cycle of withering and revival. Rotten Fantom artists tune up cosmic relations between animals, people and plants by investigating all the facets of life in quest of proto-substances that secrete themselves beyond the matter, both living and non-living. 

Each painting is a trance with a mystical sacrifice that brings closer to the condition, where there is no difference between life and death, past and future, I and not - I. It is when everything living and non-living makes a uniform canvass of life. All this is meant to behold how the Great Spirit is embroidering its patterns on it.

The exhibition runs till May 29. 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Proekt Fabrika Graphic Art   

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