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Ghostly by Sasha Pichushkin Exhibited in Moscow
28.01.2015 13:28
Ghostly by Sasha Pichushkin Exhibited in Moscow

Osnova Gallery presents Ghostly, the first personal project of the young artist Sasha Pichushkin.

      The author researches themes of minimalism and abstraction in his creativity, finding new art devices and making unexpected discoveries. Works by Sasha Pichushkin require attentive study or even dipping.

      The exposition presents works in such a way as to create an abstract detached world, where every painting tells a story. The works are chaotically scattered on the walls, thus attaining the effect of research for every visitor.

      The exhibition runs till February 22.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Abstract Art    

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