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Large-Scale Project of Artist Sergey Shekhovtsov Opens in Moscow
13.06.2013 11:40
Large-Scale Project of Artist Sergey Shekhovtsov Opens in Moscow

The YEKATERINA Culture Foundation presents Sergey Shekhovtsov’s first large-scale exhibition project in Moscow - Short Installation – to be opened on June 14. 

      
In the framework of Shekhovtsov’s personal exhibition there will be displayed over 40 works by the author: sculptures, objects and installations created in the recent decade.

      
Shekhovtsov is one of the brightest representatives of the modern art scene, a participant of over hundred Russian and foreign exhibitions, including The São Paulo Art Biennial (2004), the Europalia 2005 Festival, an exhibitor of the Russian pavilion at The Venice Biennale (2009).

      
Short Installation is an exhibition about time, both literally and figuratively, its variability, fluidity and continuous blending and shifting of accents.

      
The exhibition will run till August 11.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Sculpture Sergey Shekhovtsov Exhibitions in Moscow Installations  

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