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Tim Parchikov

From the series "Magnitogorsk. From Stalin to Putin", 2010

C-Print
31 1/2 × 47 1/5 in
80 × 120 cm
Edition 2/7 + 2AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
Location
St. Petersburg
About the work
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Provenance
Marina Gisich Gallery
St. Petersburg
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Joins the series "Magnitogorsk. From Stalin to Putin"

Joins the series "Magnitogorsk. From Stalin to Putin"

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Magnitogorsk. From Stalin to Putin.
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Tim Parchikov
Tim Parchikov
Russian, b. 1983
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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.

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About the work
Exhibition history
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Marina Gisich Gallery
St. Petersburg
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Joins the series "Magnitogorsk. From Stalin to Putin"

Joins the series "Magnitogorsk. From Stalin to Putin"

Medium
Photography
Signature
Back side of the frame
Series
Magnitogorsk. From Stalin to Putin.
Image rights
Tim Parchikov
Tim Parchikov
Russian, b. 1983
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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.

Tim Parchikov

From the series "Magnitogorsk. From Stalin to Putin", 2010

C-Print
31 1/2 × 47 1/5 in
80 × 120 cm
Edition 2/7 + 2AP
This is part of a limited edition set.
Location
St. Petersburg
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