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Exhibition of TAPE ART in Moscow
14.03.2015 21:13
Exhibition of TAPE ART in Moscow

A3 Exhibition Hall presents the TAPE ART exhibition of Boris Vilkov.

      Boris Vilkov is up his alley in various formats and techniques. Dynamism and freshness of composition is the main thing in his large semi-abstract pictures.

      The artist’s works turn out dramatic and epic, with the zest of developing ideas of Russian and Italian futurism of the 1920s. His new project is dedicated to adapting adhesive tape for abstract art.

      The exhibition will be held till March 22.


Sources: http://gallerix.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Installations A3 Exhibitions in Moscow   

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