Svetlana Georgievskaya and Yulia Tutatchikova. A rock. Paper 12+ Automatic translate
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Музей современного искусства Эрарта
Васильевский остров, 29-я линия, д.2
Erarta Museum presents a joint exhibition of Svetlana Georgievskaya and Yulia Tutachikova - a fairy tale created from paper that tells about the childhood of mankind.
The sculptor Julia Tutatchikova works with papier-mâché: she creates forms and meanings from a fragile fibrous mass, turning it into stone. Erarta will feature works by the author from various series: plastic illustrations for the fairy tales of Lewis Carroll about Alice, masks and images of animals inspired by primitive art.
Artist Svetlana Georgievskaya, using rice paper, shoots life-size copies of petroglyphs carved on granite rocks of Lake Onega and the White Sea. The uniqueness of the petroglyphs of Karelia lies in the fact that these are not separate images, but multi-figured compositions that were knocked out on the coastal rocks at different times and by different authors. They date back to about IV millennium BC. It turns out that in the exhibition space, in addition to the works of two contemporary artists, there are also the creations of anonymous masters of the stone bumper.
Formally, Yulia Tutatchikova and Svetlana Georgievskaya are connected by material - paper. However, their meeting is definitely of a magical nature. Exhibition “Stone. Paper "is a kind of" vacation for the soul and mind ", allowing you to travel from modernity to the distant past.