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Living in the countryside, Barabanov regularly goes for a walk with his dog in the surrounding fields and forests. Taking a blank canvas, he uses it as a mat to sit down on the grass, or kneel down and pet his dog, or binds it to the leg to catch its movement on the ground.

Press Release

Nature is over. At least it was said in Time Magazine in 2012 and it was echoed by many others. But all that was left of nature at this moment is more important than ever. The points of contact between natura and cultura become reference points for social life as a whole as well as for individuals. Whether it is Chernobyl disaster, hurricane Katrina, global warming, or the most seemingly …

Nature is over. At least it was said in Time Magazine in 2012 and it was echoed by many others. But all that was left of nature at this moment is more important than ever. The points of contact between natura and cultura become reference points for social life as a whole as well as for individuals. Whether it is Chernobyl disaster, hurricane Katrina, global warming, or the most seemingly traditional journey into the country. In the same line it is quite natural to point out the communication between people and domesticated cats and dogs.
This relationships cannot be described only by the term …

Gallery

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Osnova Gallery
Moscow

Location

4th Syromyatnichesky Lane, 1/6
Moscow, RU