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Social Graphic Artists Kirill Mamonov and Vika Lomasko Exhibited in Moscow
13.09.2013 16:55
Social Graphic Artists Kirill Mamonov and Vika Lomasko Exhibited in Moscow

An exhibition of two social graphic artists Kirill Mamonov and Victoria Lomasko starts in the International University in Moscow today.

Kirill Mamonov is called “the artist of near eyesight”.  Steadily and with concentration he draws the surroundings:  Zamoskvorechye with lop-sided lodges, his relatives and acquaintances, and “a small person” of the big Soviet era.  The Solovki series, sketches from a madhouse, portraits of disabled people and prostitutes represent an asocial facet of the Soviet era. 

The artist Victoria Lomasko is interested in actual events of today: social and political processes, low-key stories of “a small person”, old age, psychiatric hospitals and other subjects, which are actively forced out from public consciousness.

The project focuses attention on two options of graphic art addressing social agenda and social communication. 

The exhibition runs from September 13 to October 13.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Graphic Art Kirill Mamonov Exhibitions in Moscow Vika Lomasko  

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