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Simply a Pity about the Trees at Winzavod
19.09.2013 17:57
Simply a Pity about the Trees at Winzavod

Young Kaluga artist Vladimir Marin creates images of his native dim province, which gratefully provides him with plots and materials.

      Silhouettes of plain garages and summer huts in boards left from old fences, snowflakes dancing in the light of automobile headlights in a perforated metal sheet, and the like.

      The subject matter and materials for the new project Simply a Pity about the Trees have been involuntarily provided to the artist by Kaluga authorities that have undertaken extraction of timber.

      Vladimir Marin has transformed raw chocks into minimalist and coarse sculptures portraying the town dwellers: pigeons and bullfinches with nails of beaks, old women wearing bark-made kerchiefs, a dachshund with a petrolsaw head, etc.

      The exhibition will be held from September 20 to October 20 at the Winzavod Centre for Contemporary Art.


Sources: http://www.timeout.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Modern Art Winzavod Installations Exhibitions in Moscow  

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