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12 september 2022
Opening of Andrey Lyublinsky's exhibition "Who are they?" in GUM-Red-Line gallery
GUM-Red-Line Gallery presents a new project by artist Andrey Lyublinsky. The veteran of Russian contemporary art became famous thanks to the Red People modular objects back in the early 2000s.

Exhibition "Who are they?" demonstrates a new group of works - an expanded universe of heroes, which first appeared at the CHO public art festival in Yekaterinburg in 2020 as the Artistic and Spatial Orientation project.

In Moscow, colorful characters appear in the form of eight independent metal objects taller than a human and are accompanied by various smaller derivatives. Guests of the grand opening of the exhibition had a unique opportunity to personalize unusual characters by creating their own mini-versions of art objects.

"Where they came from - it is not known for certain who they are - also a mystery."

In humanoid contours, Lublinsky solves the color and compositional dilemmas of geometric abstraction. His characters may be far from human (a watermelon or a Christmas tree), but their bodily structure is unified - they all have strong legs and embody stability. This tectonic property, according to Lublinsky, is a visualization of the readiness to be oneself and have one's own point of view. Therefore, the artist believes, for all their conventionality and geometry, the objects endear themselves and set the viewer in a positive mood.

Curator - Anastasia Mityushina

The exhibition is open at the GUM-Red-Line gallery until November 1. Free admission.

12 september
Opening of Andrey Lyublinsky's exhibition "Who are they?" in GUM-Red-Line gallery
GUM-Red-Line Gallery presents a new project by artist Andrey Lyublinsky. The veteran of Russian contemporary art became famous thanks to the Red People modular objects back in the early 2000s.

Exhibition "Who are they?" demonstrates a new group of works - an expanded universe of heroes, which first appeared at the CHO public art festival in Yekaterinburg in 2020 as the Artistic and Spatial Orientation project.

In Moscow, colorful characters appear in the form of eight independent metal objects taller than a human and are accompanied by various smaller derivatives. Guests of the grand opening of the exhibition had a unique opportunity to personalize unusual characters by creating their own mini-versions of art objects.

"Where they came from - it is not known for certain who they are - also a mystery."

In humanoid contours, Lublinsky solves the color and compositional dilemmas of geometric abstraction. His characters may be far from human (a watermelon or a Christmas tree), but their bodily structure is unified - they all have strong legs and embody stability. This tectonic property, according to Lublinsky, is a visualization of the readiness to be oneself and have one's own point of view. Therefore, the artist believes, for all their conventionality and geometry, the objects endear themselves and set the viewer in a positive mood.

Curator - Anastasia Mityushina

The exhibition is open at the GUM-Red-Line gallery until November 1. Free admission.

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