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Piece of Matter Exhibited in Moscow
22.03.2015 21:29
Piece of Matter Exhibited in Moscow

K35 Art Gallery presents a personal exhibition of the artist Dasha Skorubskaya – Kandinskaya.

      Her project named A Piece of Matter is a series of paintings that depict human bodies breaking forth from cloth rags.

      According to the artist, the idea of the Piece of Matter project appeared while painting one of the pictures for the Androgen series. An expressly masculine brutal torso is breaking out of gentle-pink feminine cloth rags.

      The exhibition runs from March 21 to April 30, 2015.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Painting Exhibitions in Moscow    

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