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Hyperrealism of Tony Matelli in Moscow
19.09.2008 16:30
Hyperrealism of Tony Matelli in Moscow

The Gary Tatintsian Gallery in Moscow welcomes to the first personal exhibition of the well-known American artist Tony Matelli in Russia.
      
      The visitors will see a broad range of techniques and genres in which the artist works. These are hyperrealistic sculptures made of silicon, gums and human hair; bronze sculptures imitating objects that least of all fit to be reproduced in this traditional method; and skillful collages based on the artists self-portraits made as a puzzle of vegetables, fruits, and meat products, a-la the Italian Renaissance artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo.
      
      The exhibition runs till November 15.
      
      Address of Gary Tatintsian Gallery: 3/8 bldg 5, Ilyinka Street, Kitai Gorod metro station.
      Open Monday to Friday 11 am to 7 pm, Saturday 12 am to 7 pm, admission free.
      
      Site of the gallery: tatintsian.com
      Source: regnum.ru


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