Sights #1 | Love Me, Love Me Not : SLAVS AND TATARS

25 May - 14 August 2020
  • Love Me, Love Me Not

    • Slavs and Tatars, Love Me, Love Me Not [Poland-Gdańsk], 2020

      Slavs and Tatars

      Love Me, Love Me Not [Poland-Gdańsk], 2020 copper mirror reverse glass and acrylic paint aluminum frame
      85 x 60 cm
      33 7/16 x 23 9/16 in
      unique out of Love Me, Love Me Not Series
    • Slavs and Tatars, Love Me, Love Me Not [Georgia-Bolnisi], 2020

      Slavs and Tatars

      Love Me, Love Me Not [Georgia-Bolnisi], 2020 copper mirror, reverse glass and acrylic paint, aluminum frame
      85 x 60 cm
      33 7/16 x 23 9/16 in
      unique out of Love Me, Love Me Not Series
    • Slavs and Tatars, Both Sides of the Tongue (Chinese), 2017

      Slavs and Tatars

      Both Sides of the Tongue (Chinese), 2017 Book cover acrylic paint acrylic glass and plexi frame
      32 x 43 x 5 cm
      12 9/16 x 16 14/16 x 1 15/16 ins
    • Slavs and Tatars, Figa, 2016

      Slavs and Tatars

      Figa, 2016 screen print on polished steel
      198 x 78 cm
      77 15/16 x 30 11/16 in
      edition 3/3 + (1AP)
    • Slavs and Tatars, Underage Page (extended-turquoise), 2018

      Slavs and Tatars

      Underage Page (extended-turquoise), 2018 stainless steel faux leather foam
      105 x 156 x 60 cm
      41 5/16 x 61 6/16 x 23 9/16 ins
  • A genealogy of a given city’s name changes, the result of rising or falling empires, states, and populations. Some cities...

    A genealogy of a given city’s name changes, the result of rising or falling empires, states, and populations. Some cities divulge a resolutely Asian or Muslim heritage, so often forgotten in some citizens’ quest, at all costs, for a European, Christian identity. Others vacillate almost painfully, and others with numbing repetition, entire metropolises caught like children in the spiteful back and forth of a custody battle.

     

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