“Physics of sodomy. Communicating vessels. Nocturne” Dmitry Vorsin Cardboard Mixed media Surrealism Mythological 2008

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Location: Russia, Moscow
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Dmitry Vorsin. Physics of sodomy. Communicating vessels. Nocturne
The picture of the "PHYSICS OF SODOMY. COMMUNICATING VESSELS. NOCTURNE" created in 2008 by a talented artist, surrealist Vladimir Verinym tea on tinted cardboard with ink.

Dmitry Vorsin creates surreal worlds populated by mystical erotic characters. Drawing inspiration from Salvador Dali, his images are often elongated and decapitated limbs.

Villi-taught works in the difficult technique of "graphic ink". He creates paintings with dots on the cardboard, impregnated with tea. Countless points weaves distorted figures, inspired not only Dali, but also the paintings of the Renaissance.

The works of Dmitry NAP was included in 2011 in the book "Metamorphosis: Volume 2: 50 best modern artists, the Surrealists, dreamers and visionaries", along with such modern masters of surrealism, as Shawn Barber, Travis Louie, Paul Booth, HR Giger. ,

The NAP pictures you can see the topics covering the history of Western art for many centuries: the search for idealized forms; the relationship between science and religion; a challenging game between artist, subject and viewer. They have a lot of eroticism.

Unfortunately, Dmitry Vorsin stopped writing. All of his paintings have long been in private collections and galleries in USA, Germany, Spain, Russia.

Work NAP for real and deep connoisseurs of modern art!
ID: 24325
Artist: Dmitry Vorsin
Originality: Original
Year of manufacture: 2008
Applied technique: Mixed media
Medium: Cardboard
Size: 51 x 55 cm
Framing: Framed
Art style: Surrealism
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Genre: Mythological
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Private gallery
Petrovsko-Razumovskaya 10k2
123310 Moscow
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