GUM-RED LINE Gallery presents the most recent project by renowned contemporary Russian artist Andrey Lublinsky who gained fame in the early 2000s with his “RED PEOPLE” modular art objects.
Steadfastly working with local colors and scalable sets of structures, Lublinsky creates whole universes marked with a Bakhtinian sense of “outsideness”. These worlds are inhabited by anthropomorphized characters, reflecting both the USSR-born and raised artist’s personal mythology and the general socio-historic context.
«Where they came from is not entirely evident. Who are they? Another enigma».
For his newest project Andrey Lublinsky created a whole host of fantastic characters, each featuring obvious anthropomorphic details in the form of many-hued legs. Though each character is uniquely individual, the cast is unified through their notable equilibrium, their point of view, and their desire to be themselves. The artist is certain that the artworks, conventional and geometric, will win over the audience and engross all viewers in the multicolored images.
Exhibition curator: Anastasia Mityushina
The author of the music for the exposition - Pauline Limieux