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Exhibition Vladimir Titov. Last Outcast
27.02.2015 16:10
Exhibition Vladimir Titov. Last Outcast

Vladimir Titov's exhibition The Last Outcast reveals common features of Moscow bohemia and social derelicts.

      The ARTSTORY Gallery presents Vladimir Titov’s personal exhibition The Last Outcast. Vladimir Titov is an artist brought up by the Moscow underground of the 1960s. He was one of the first to discern in social derelicts the features akin to representatives of Moscow artistic underworld.

      For many years Vladimir Titov has been loyal to depicting the scum of society. His paintings are set in habitats of tramps, bums, cripples, debauchees, and beggars. Junkyards, pothouses, desolate buildings and back streets serve as daily scenery for quite a philosophical play of degraded but vivid and artistic characters.

      The exhibition runs from February 26 to March 15, 2015. 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Artstory Exhibitions in Moscow   

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