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April 24 in Gallery 21 will open the exhibition of Vladimir Dubosarsky and Ales Nomad "Save as an image." The exhibition presents unique art objects - the result of a collaboration of two artists.
Continuing to experiment with the possibilities of painting as a medium, Vladimir, in cooperation with Ales, changes the habitual perception of painting as a flat format, turning canvases into three-dimensional works, using them as material for creating objects.
Ales the Nomad writes: "Artistic works, even pictorial ones, should additionally have a function, some practical application. Picturesque canvases are created with the help of paints applied to any surface, and in cases of crisis life moments when there is a lack of material and emotional, they can be used as a pattern; sewing toys and clothes. While expanding the boundaries of the picturesque, which now becomes not only visual, but also tactile, and thus acquires a greater connection with the viewer or consumer. But every person still has a choice: to cut or not to cut. And it's a personal matter for everyone to decide whether a backpack, bag or toy is as valuable an object as a picture. "
Vladimir Dubosarsky: "If I continue to talk about the perspectives of modern Painting, I find it interesting to continue the destruction of this medium. Ruthless, cynical and sophisticated. Only such decisive actions, like hitting a syringe with adrenaline in a tired heart, will make the body come to life. But as we already know, not for long."