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Graffiti Based on Dmitry Prigovs Visual Poem
19.11.2014 12:46
Graffiti Based on Dmitry Prigovs Visual Poem

Visual poem by Dmitry Prigov, one of founders of Moscow conceptualism, has become graffiti in Moscow.

      The graffiti has been painted on a house near the Belyaevo Art Gallery.

      There was a poll among the local dwellers of Belyaevo on whether they wanted philosophical graffiti to be created in their district. 78 percent of respondents welcomed the visual poem.

      The conceptualist poet, artist and sculptor Dmitry Prigov called himself Duke of Belyaevo. He lived and worked in this district and repeatedly mentioned it in his creativity. The artist passed away in 2007.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Dmitry Prigov Moscow Sights Graffiti   

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