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Vitaly Pushnitsky, ‘Waiting #4’, 2016, Marina Gisich Gallery
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Waiting #4, 2016

Oil on canvas
23 3/5 × 35 2/5 in
60 × 90 cm
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Location
St. Petersburg
About the work
Exhibition history
Provenance
Marina Gisich Gallery
St. Petersburg
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Joins the series "Waiting".
Displays the empty interiors of the former design engineering …

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Joins the series "Waiting".
Displays the empty interiors of the former design engineering bureau "Signal" in St Petersburg which now hosts the art claster.

Medium
Painting
Signature
Face side of canvas, right lower corner; Back side of the canvas.
Series
Waiting
Image rights
Vadim Vasenin/ Marina Gisich Gallery
Vitaly Pushnitsky
Russian, b. 1967
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Among Russia’s leading contemporary artists, Vitaly Pushnitsky has built up a rich and varied body of work, through which he probes space, time, and the history of art and civilizations. He works in a range of media, including painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, and installation, and has also utilized found images and objects. Among the themes to which he returns is that of the artist’s place—in time and society. Acutely aware of the long chain of artists who have come before him, and of the vast store of artistic treasures generated across time and civilizations, he sees himself as a conduit between different cultures and as a link between distinct historical periods. Pushnitsky’s work often features motifs borrowed from pre-modern art-historical periods, to which he gives a decidedly contemporary spin through clever, often conceptual alterations.

Vitaly Pushnitsky, ‘Waiting #4’, 2016, Marina Gisich Gallery
Vitaly Pushnitsky, ‘Waiting #4’, 2016, Marina Gisich Gallery
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About the work
Exhibition history
Provenance
Marina Gisich Gallery
St. Petersburg
Follow

Joins the series "Waiting".
Displays the empty interiors of the former design engineering …

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Joins the series "Waiting".
Displays the empty interiors of the former design engineering bureau "Signal" in St Petersburg which now hosts the art claster.

Medium
Painting
Signature
Face side of canvas, right lower corner; Back side of the canvas.
Series
Waiting
Image rights
Vadim Vasenin/ Marina Gisich Gallery
Vitaly Pushnitsky
Russian, b. 1967
Follow

Among Russia’s leading contemporary artists, Vitaly Pushnitsky has built up a rich and varied body of work, through which he probes space, time, and the history of art and civilizations. He works in a range of media, including painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, and installation, and has also utilized found images and objects. Among the themes to which he returns is that of the artist’s place—in time and society. Acutely aware of the long chain of artists who have come before him, and of the vast store of artistic treasures generated across time and civilizations, he sees himself as a conduit between different cultures and as a link between distinct historical periods. Pushnitsky’s work often features motifs borrowed from pre-modern art-historical periods, to which he gives a decidedly contemporary spin through clever, often conceptual alterations.

Waiting #4, 2016

Oil on canvas
23 3/5 × 35 2/5 in
60 × 90 cm
Sold
Location
St. Petersburg
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