In Moscow on Tuesday, April 19, Totibadze Gallery center for contemporary art “Winery” opened the exhibition “Premonition” of the artist Andrew (the People) Sarabyanova. It will last until may 22.

As stated in the press release received by NEWSru.com the exhibition consists of two interrelated parts. In the first room we will feature a work written by Andrew Sarabyanovym this year. The artist admitted that these paintings he “wanted to make a pause in the bustle of everyday life”.

In the second hall the organizers of the exhibition placed works created last year and inspired by the trip the artist in Rome, “although for them it does not matter neither the time nor the space.”

In Moscow at the exhibition People Sarabyanova showed “suffering or condemned” building the green grid
In the capital presented the “urban” series of the People Sarabyanova “9/3″

“Dude Sarabyanov immerses us in an existential topography, creating
new space and new time”, – note the organizers. “Pictures of the first hall there are on the plane, in the second envelops you like a tight sensual clot. Using “sfumato” image breaks the essence of the landscape and promises to take in others have given. This is the premonition”, – explained in the press release the essence of the title of the exhibition.

Andrew (dude) Sarabyanov was born in 1980 into a family of artists and art historians Bruni and Sarabyanovym. He graduated from Krasnopresnenskaya art school (1992), Moscow state Academy art Lyceum. N. V. Tomsk (1999), the scenography Department of the Russian Academy of theatre arts (2004).

Since 2010 Sarabyanov – member of the artists ‘ Union, since 2006 is included in the drawing Club. His works were exhibited in group and solo exhibitions in the gallery “Roza Azora” in Moscow “Garage” at Nikolina Gora, Carnegie center and other exhibition venues. His works are in private collections in Russia and abroad.




In Moscow on “Winery” exhibition at the People Sarabyanova “Premonition” 18.04.2016

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