Dmitry Kawarga and Mikhail Molochnikov Exhibition at Gallery Barbarian Art

Dmitry Kawarga and Mikhail Molochnikov – one of the brightest representatives of science-art, the bioconstructors of world creation who study visible and invisible elements of universe.

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Dmitry Kawarga – Crystallized thought-form 9, 2008 Barbarian-Art Gallery,

Dmitry Kawarga, a biomorphic radical, believes in the materiality of thought and his plastic art objects and their photographs represent “crystallized” thought forms. His works take us on an enchanting journey into the human mind and challenge our ways of perception. Mikhail Molochnikov works with paper creating minutely detailed images as if they are made with the help of an electronic microscope. The viewer has to strain his eye and distance himself from the mundane reality to enter the magic world of the artist. On exhibition through 30 September, 2009.

Natasha Akhmerova’s Barbarian Art is an international gallery based in Zürich and Moscow and active worldwide. The artists of the gallery live all over the world and work a wide variety of media; all have achieved a high level of mastery and merit wider recognition. Most of the artists the Gallery represents live in Russia, but an increasing number live elsewhere in the world.

Believing strongly in its artists, the Gallery vigorously supports them in the art market, by participating in art fairs and biennales throughout the world, inviting critics and curators to comment on and participate in its projects and by publishing collector’s catalogues for its shows, that feature articles by recognized experts in the field. Our work extends far beyond the generous exhibition space of the gallery. Our artists deliver lectures at universities, offer performances at art events, and we encourage them to exhibit their art in other venues throughout the world.

The primary focus of the gallery is to provide an international platform for emerging and mid-carrier artists from Russia and post-Soviet countries in order both to foster their carriers and to represent to the international art world the vibrant and dynamic art scene developing in these countries. We also open our space to select non-Russian artists of exceptional imagination.

In addition to our exhibitions, we publish catalogues of our shows and regularly present cultural programs, including gallery lectures, concerts and performances, in our effort to enrich the dialogue between the artists and the Western audience. Since we strongly believe in the inspired creative energy and innovative potential of Russian art, we are committed to working to diminish its relative isolation from the Western mainstream art world, caused by well-known political and historical conditions.

We are committed to the highest technical and quality standards: the field is certainly large enough to include a sufficient number of unknown masters of their craft. Therefore we can afford to choose artists carefully, assuring that the professional skill level of any artist we exhibit is at the level that allows him or her to freely articulate new concepts that challenge the established boundaries of accepted norms.

Natasha Akhmerova’s Barbarian Art is an international gallery based in Zürich and Moscow and active worldwide. The artists of the gallery live all over the world and work a wide variety of media; all have achieved a high level of mastery and merit wider recognition.

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