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The Loved Dead Ones and their Martyrdom
22.03.2015 19:12
The Loved Dead Ones and their Martyrdom

Triumph Gallery holds a personal exhibition of the young artist Megasoma Mars. The exhibition is titled The Loved Dead Ones and Their Martyrdom.

      The characters of Megasoma Mars’ inner world are driven by her interest in both anatomy and mysticism, as well as martyrdom in its imagery. The artist says that she does not aim to depict what already exists in the real world. Instead, she is interested in capturing something illusive and hidden from human eyes. Characters of Megasoma Mars illustrate subconscious human fears and feelings.

      In an attempt to breathe life into them, the artist resorted to animation. Thus, her graphic art works and handmade objects are accompanied with a story of animated pictures.

      The exhibition runs till April 5.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Exhibitions in Moscow Modern Art    

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