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Alexander Djikia Exhibition Opened in Moscow
12.06.2013 11:31
Alexander Djikia Exhibition Opened in Moscow

The Krokin Gallery presents an exhibition of over fifty works created by Alexander Djikia on tracing-paper in the 1980s – 1990s. 


      
Ironic and insane graphic art pictures are accompanied with same style signatures.

      Alexander Djikia is not limited to a narrow circle of subjects and plots developed by him. Napoleon and the Fall, Lenin and daily routine, Sisyphus raising the Sun, and the artist with his fish in a bathtub. His drawings create a freakish absurdist realm, which is quite fascinating to study.

      The exhibition runs till July 14.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Alexander Djikia Krokin Gallery Graphic Art Caricatures  

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