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Trash Artist Grigory Yushchenko to be Exhibited in Moscow
1.11.2013 09:07
Trash Artist Grigory Yushchenko to be Exhibited in Moscow

Another exhibition of the well-know trash artist Grigory Yushchenko will be opened in the Zverev Center of Modern Art in Moscow from November 7.

      The new project by the founder of the Protez art group is as trash styled as all the previous ones. In recent years artists of the Protez association painted street posters with absurd inscriptions, exposed manners of the art public and held sporting actions.

      Grigory Yushchenko goes on moving this way — his new exhibition is totally crazy, including the poster and music on the opening day. It is obvious that clumsy drawings, rough signatures and cultivated atmosphere of his trash art is well-targeted provocation, but the esthetics of childlike drawing combined with an alcoholic vibe and forwardness of a street mugger gives the artist genuine pleasure, which is easily imparted to the viewers.

      The exhibition runs till November 25.




Author: Vera Ivanova

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