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    Olga Florensky. I Love Russia

    £416.67
    Olga Florensky (b. 1960) who works in duo with her artist husband Alexander Florensky is a headliner of numerous exhibitions, key member of the group Mitki. She lives and works in St. Petersburg and Tbilisi. ‘Florenskys’ works are kept in dozens of museums around the world. For over twenty years, they have been making impossible objects and other equally wonderful things. Their objects are incredibly organic coalescences of found objects of various kinds – sometimes ones that have lived at home for a long time, sometimes ones found on the trash heap, sometimes bought at an expensive antiques stores. ….their oeuvre exudes light irony and feeds on the observation of children’s games and wishes, which have made themselves at home in the adults’ heads and have no desire to leave…In their large projects, the Florenskys show objects, paintings, photographs, drawings, silk-screens, blueprints, films (a mix of animation, documentary, and feature films). Her prints are in the collections of the V&A Museum, London

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    Olga Florensky. I Love You

    £416.67

    Olga Florensky (b. 1960) who works in duo with her artist husband Alexander Florensky is a headliner of numerous exhibitions, key member of the group Mitki. She lives and works in St. Petersburg and Tbilisi. ‘Florenskys’ works are kept in dozens of museums around the world. For over twenty years, they have been making impossible objects and other equally wonderful things. Their objects are incredibly organic coalescences of found objects of various kinds – sometimes ones that have lived at home for a long time, sometimes ones found on the trash heap, sometimes bought at an expensive antiques stores. ….their oeuvre exudes light irony and feeds on the observation of children’s games and wishes, which have made themselves at home in the adults’ heads and have no desire to leave…In their large projects, the Florenskys show objects, paintings, photographs, drawings, silk-screens, blueprints, films (a mix of animation, documentary, and feature films). Her prints are in the collections of the V&A Museum, London


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    Olga Florensky. Let’s Go

    £416.67

    Olga Florensky (b. 1960) who works in duo with her artist husband Alexander Florensky is a headliner of numerous exhibitions, key member of the group Mitki. She lives and works in St. Petersburg and Tbilisi. ‘Florenskys’ works are kept in dozens of museums around the world. For over twenty years, they have been making impossible objects and other equally wonderful things. Their objects are incredibly organic coalescences of found objects of various kinds – sometimes ones that have lived at home for a long time, sometimes ones found on the trash heap, sometimes bought at an expensive antiques stores. ….their oeuvre exudes light irony and feeds on the observation of children’s games and wishes, which have made themselves at home in the adults’ heads and have no desire to leave…In their large projects, the Florenskys show objects, paintings, photographs, drawings, silk-screens, blueprints, films (a mix of animation, documentary, and feature films). Her prints are in the collections of the V&A Museum, London


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    Olga Florensky. Our wives are our loaded cannons

    £416.67

    Olga Florensky (b. 1960) who works in duo with her artist husband Alexander Florensky is a headliner of numerous exhibitions, key member of the group Mitki. She lives and works in St. Petersburg and Tbilisi. ‘Florenskys’ works are kept in dozens of museums around the world. For over twenty years, they have been making impossible objects and other equally wonderful things. Their objects are incredibly organic coalescences of found objects of various kinds – sometimes ones that have lived at home for a long time, sometimes ones found on the trash heap, sometimes bought at an expensive antiques stores. ….their oeuvre exudes light irony and feeds on the observation of children’s games and wishes, which have made themselves at home in the adults’ heads and have no desire to leave…In their large projects, the Florenskys show objects, paintings, photographs, drawings, silk-screens, blueprints, films (a mix of animation, documentary, and feature films). Her prints are in the collections of the V&A Museum, London


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    Olga Florensky. Stories of Sherlock Holmes

    £375.00

    Olga Florensky (b. 1960) who works in duo with her artist husband Alexander Florensky is a headliner of numerous exhibitions, key member of the group Mitki. She lives and works in St. Petersburg and Tbilisi. ‘Florenskys’ works are kept in dozens of museums around the world. For over twenty years, they have been making impossible objects and other equally wonderful things. Their objects are incredibly organic coalescences of found objects of various kinds – sometimes ones that have lived at home for a long time, sometimes ones found on the trash heap, sometimes bought at an expensive antiques stores. ….their oeuvre exudes light irony and feeds on the observation of children’s games and wishes, which have made themselves at home in the adults’ heads and have no desire to leave…In their large projects, the Florenskys show objects, paintings, photographs, drawings, silk-screens, blueprints, films (a mix of animation, documentary, and feature films). Her prints are in the collections of the V&A Museum, London


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    Olga Florensky. Tost to the Ladies

    £416.67
    Olga Florensky (b. 1960) who works in duo with her artist husband Alexander Florensky is a headliner of numerous exhibitions, key member of the group Mitki. She lives and works in St. Petersburg and Tbilisi. ‘Florenskys’ works are kept in dozens of museums around the world. For over twenty years, they have been making impossible objects and other equally wonderful things. Their objects are incredibly organic coalescences of found objects of various kinds – sometimes ones that have lived at home for a long time, sometimes ones found on the trash heap, sometimes bought at an expensive antiques stores. ….their oeuvre exudes light irony and feeds on the observation of children’s games and wishes, which have made themselves at home in the adults’ heads and have no desire to leave…In their large projects, the Florenskys show objects, paintings, photographs, drawings, silk-screens, blueprints, films (a mix of animation, documentary, and feature films). Her prints are in the collections of the V&A Museum, London

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    Philipp Dontsov. Red Work 501

    £333.33

    Philipp Dontsov (b.1972) is a graduate of the Mukhina Industrial Art College in St. Petersburg and uses the materials and technologies of product design and industrial model-making in his paintings, sculptures and installations exploring the interplay of form and light. His Red Works from 2002 are a series of paintings in polymer on aluminium depicting the human body in a photographic idiom – the figures are painted in a hyper-realistic style and the glossy surface of the polymer resembles photographic emulsion. The saturated hues of blue and red are so tonally equivalent that the images seem to shift from positive to negative in changing light or to hover between the two states in a kind of supended animation – perhaps recalling a near-death experience in the artist’s youth when he ‘died’ after a choking accident and was resucitated after thirty minutes. He has gone on to produce some of the series as screen prints – a medium which heightens the images’ luminosity and aura of spirituality. One of this prints is in the collection of the V&A Museum, London


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    Philipp Dontsov. Red Work 502

    £333.33

    Philipp Dontsov (b.1972) is a graduate of the Mukhina Industrial Art College in Saint Petersburg and uses the materials and technologies of product design and industrial model-making in his paintings, sculptures and installations exploring the interplay of form and light. His Red Works from 2002 are a series of paintings in polymer on aluminium depicting the human body in a photographic idiom – the figures are painted in a hyper-realistic style and the glossy surface of the polymer resembles photographic emulsion. The saturated hues of blue and red are so tonally equivalent that the images seem to shift from positive to negative in changing light or to hover between the two states in a kind of supended animation – perhaps recalling a near-death experience in the artist’s youth when he ‘died’ after a choking accident and was resucitated after thirty minutes. He has gone on to produce some of the series as screen prints – a medium which heightens the images’ luminosity and aura of spirituality


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    SERGEI PARAJANOV. Portfolio

    £2,800.00

    Portfolio of 15 lambda prints scanned from the original collages and film frames of Sergei Parajanov. Produced by White Space Gallery and Parajanov’s Museum, Yerevan, 2012. Edition of 12 in presentation portfolio box with title page and authetification from the Parajanov Museum director Zaven Sargissian. Each photo mounted on card with a stamp, image size 20 x 30 and 30×30 cm. Mount size 50 x 40 cm. All images included in the Mirror and Pomegranate catalogue produced for an exhibition “Mirror and Pomegranate” in 2012


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    Sergey Bratkov. Teddy

    £833.33

    Sergey Bratkov was born in 1960 in the industrial city of Kharkov in Ukraine, where he studied at the Repin Art College and the Polytechnical Academy. Since 2000 he has lived and worked in Moscow. For more than twenty years, Sergey Bratkov has documented post-Soviet life in the streets of Kyiv, Kharkiv and Moscow, using irony and a very subjective approach to emphasise the aesthetic and moral taboos of contemporary Eastern European society. Bratkov’s native city – which after the fall of the Soviet Union has been inhabited by orphans, prostitutes and homeless people – is his source of inspiration. With his shots he freezes pressing social themes relating to a world lost as a result of a sudden and traumatic change. His portraits immortalise lonely and isolated people: (anti)heroes who live in a defeated universe, and whose only possibility of rebirth lies in the commercialization of their own bodies. In 2000 and 2001 Bratkov dedicated himself to important series of portraits such as Kids or Soldiers, Fighters Without Rules, Secretaries and Army Girls. Sergey Bratkov is one of the founders of the art group Fast Reaction Group, along with Boris Mikhailov and Sergey Solonsky.


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