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"Carnal Visions: Oleg Dzubenko, Kako, Nalbi Budgashev, Kristaps Zarins, and Paulis Postazs"
2005-04-01 until 2005-05-21
USA United States of America
An exhibition of figural expression, featuring Oleg Dzubenko, Kako, Nalbi Bugdashev, Kristaps Zarins, and Paulis Postazs, will present an outlook unto the human body, as expression of form and emotion. Each of these Eastern European painters has a different artistic technique and a differing manner of presentation of the subject. With each of these subjects, the viewer is able to hold a dialogue; a dialogue in which the role of the painted subject is as strong as that of the viewer. Thus, the viewer is able to discover parts of his or her self through this communication with a room of painted strangers.
The calm, mystical and enigmatic representation of figures sets Oleg Dzubenkoís artistic style apart from Kakoís comical and untamed portraits and representations of animals; while Nalbiís abstractionist vision adds dimension to the playful teasing of the other painters. Ultimately, these carnal voices mold and define the space in which the viewer finds himself visitor and participant.