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Avant-garde by Alexander Sigutin Displayed in Moscow
16.09.2014 14:40
Avant-garde by Alexander Sigutin Displayed in Moscow

The Pop/off/art Gallery will open the new exhibition season with Alexander Sigutin's works on September 17.

      Alexander Sigutin is a member of the association of artists who created the legendary gallery in Tryokhprudny Lane. For twenty years already Alexander Sigutin has been researching the all-European “Christian roots” and dexterously dressing the result of this research in the aesthetics of Russian avant-garde in his works.

      The exhibition is aligned in a way with Alexander Sigutin's very first project: the Ten Precepts action was dedicated to the subject of reviving traditional values in this country. In April, 1994 the artist put signs with the texts from the Old Testament in the modern urban environment of Moscow. The city has still kept some elements of the Soviet visual culture: the signs NO LITTER, NO SMOKING, NO TOILET. 5 Ruble Penalty, etc. The artist organically fit the signs THOUGH SHALT NOT STEAL, HONOUR THY FATHER AND THY MOTHER, and the like into the environment.

      The exhibition will be held till October 26.




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Graphic Art Exhibitions in Moscow Installations  

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