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Burning News

Drawing on his background as a filmmaker, photographer and video artist Tim Parchikov captures solitary figures, as well as urban and rural landscapes, in luminous color, light, and deep shadow. Each of his series forms a narrative, often with a human subject at the center; Parchikov displays his work in combination with music and video in site-specific installations, in order to create an immersive experience akin to cinema. Deeply influenced by the use of chiaroscuro in both film noir and classical Italian painting, his images have a frozen cinematic quality, perhaps best illustrated in his most famous series “Venice” (2007). A conceptual artist at heart, Parchikov omnivorously scours contemporary culture for subject matter, working with people subjects and semi-abstracted objects and spaces interchangeably.

Established
Represented by industry leading galleries.
Selected exhibitions
2017
Farms of HephaestusMultimedia Art Museum
2016
SuspenseLianzhou Foto Festival
2015
Tim Parchikov. Dead TimePechersky Gallery
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Burning News, 2011

Chromogenic print
49 1/5 × 72 4/5 in
125 × 185 cm
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US$1
Location
Seoul
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Medium
Condition
Perfect
Signature
Sticker label, back
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Included
Series
Burning News

Drawing on his background as a filmmaker, photographer and video artist Tim Parchikov captures solitary figures, as well as urban and rural landscapes, in luminous color, light, and deep shadow. Each of his series forms a narrative, often with a human subject at the center; Parchikov displays his work in combination with music and video in site-specific installations, in order to create an immersive experience akin to cinema. Deeply influenced by the use of chiaroscuro in both film noir and classical Italian painting, his images have a frozen cinematic quality, perhaps best illustrated in his most famous series “Venice” (2007). A conceptual artist at heart, Parchikov omnivorously scours contemporary culture for subject matter, working with people subjects and semi-abstracted objects and spaces interchangeably.

Established
Represented by industry leading galleries.
Selected exhibitions (3)
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