In “A model for a city” Petr Antonov explores the aesthetics of contemporary Russian cityscape, taking Moscow as the perfect example of any post-Soviet inhabited location.
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«Geometry of nowhere deals with themes and ideas considering public space, abstraction, transformation, change, transition, utopia and dystopia.»
«Most adults are struggling to be normal, while children say about normality that it is boring, and so do such things that adults do not dare even to dream of.»
«Part of me, a big part of me, wishes I could do it all again, for, as they say, you can take the man out of Essex, but you can’t take Essex out of the man.»
«And I ask you this: is the salty taste of our tears not the same from joy as it is from sorrow?»
In his series entitled Cognition, Bence Bakonyi puts us in the position of a distant, outside spectator.
«Project» section. Amelia Bauer in collaboration with Elizabeth Parks Kibbey: Book of shadows. Artist’s statement The
«Article» section: Alvaro Sanchez-Montanes Brauli Teixido Fo (Validfoto Gallery, Barcelona) about Alavaro Sanchez-Montanes’ art. Alvaro Sanchez-Montanes is a
Article section Project by: Renato Stockler Text by: Ksenia Gerasimenko At the time
Liza Fetisova, founder, owner and director of Russian Tea Room Gallery, Paris. Photo: Michel Gaillard. Bleek magazine: