A Feast in Time of Plague


About The Artwork:

This painting is part of my space series of artworks.
I like the combination of irony and sexuality in art. In my paintings I draw cosmic helmets and use attributes that reflect modern life. Space is infinity, energy and emptiness. Here life begins and dies. The female body is sexuality and continuation of life.
This is a dialogue of eternity with the reality of our life.

This painting was created in May 2020.
The picture was painted during the world coronavirus pandemic.

The painting contains Brodsky's poem in Russian.
English translation:
"Come, have a drink of wine, have a bite of bread.
Or plums. Tell me the lime.
I'll lay you in the garden under clear sky
and I’ll say what constellations are called."

Original Created: 2020
Materials: Canvas
Styles: Pop Art, Metamodern, Conceptualism
Mediums: Oil, Pencil

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lwh: 1000x1000x2 mm