Exhibition at Udarnik: Dmitry Kavarga and Alexander Sokolov

December 28, 2013 – February 26, 2014, as part of the Udarnik exhibit programme, the ArtChronika Cultural Foundation presents:

An exhibit by Dmitry Kavarga: “Black Bass at the Very Bottom”

Dmitry Kavarga’s exhibit, which will occupy Udarnik’s basement level, will be completely “flooded” with the shells of the artist’s psycho-physiological phantoms, which, as if independent creatures, manifest signs of physical existence.

Exhibit of sculptures by Alexander Sokolov, from the collection of Shalva Breus.

An exhibit of works by the prominent Moscow sculptor Alexander Sokolov (1941 – 2009), one of the 80’s era artists along with the likes of Boris Orlov, Alexander Kosolapov, and Dmitry Prigov, will be held on the first floor.
Sokolov had a penchant for working with wood, stone, and metal, the natural properties of which he combined with a “social” commentary inherent in the ready-made objects he used. Sokolov often built patterns based on the contrast of natural materials and the silent aggression of metal gears.

Exhibition manager – Irina Bobyleva