Kirill Chelushkin — Foolishness
Past: September 10 → October 8, 2011Kirill Chelushkin Du 10 septembre au 08 octobre, l'exposition Foolishness chez Rabouan-Moussion présente les dernières oeuvres Kirill Chelushkin. Ins... Critique Panorama 09/11 Un tour d'horizon à chaud des expositions parisiennes de septembre. Mis à jour chaque semaine.
Kirill Chelushkin was born on the outskirts of Moscow in 1968. After training as an architect, he devoted himself to illustrations and drawing.
He outlined sumptuous imaginary industrial architecture projects with graphite on plastic.
In the late 1990s, he made acquaintance with the artist and theorist Dimitry Goutov and his Livchitz Institute. This club for aesthetic and ideological reflection reinterprets the thinking of the Soviet art historian, Michael Livchitz, an ardent defender of socialist realism, and criticizes the formalist deviances of modernism. This encounter encouraged Kirill Chelushkin to practice an art essentially visual, but more axed on the reality surrounding him.
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