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  • Provenance

    Aquired directly from the artist

  • Exhibited

    NewYork, Gary Tatintsian Gallery, Sol LeWitt, Mel Bochner, Evgeny Chubarov, 1999; St. Petersburg, State Russian Museum, Evgeny Chubarov—Return to the Non-Objective, March 19 - May 20, 2004

  • Literature

    A. Borovsky, V. Gusyev, J. Kiblitsky, V. Patsukov, G. Tatintsian, Return to the Non-Objective, St. Petersburg, 2004, no. 34 (illustrated)

  • Catalogue Essay

    “Evgeny Chubarov’s artistic consciousness is quite unique today despite its formal compatibility with our culture’s multi-layered structures and open dialogue. His art is rich in ideas and conveys the reality of man’s extreme states without shying away form play, from resorting to simulacra, from coded magic symbols, where the codes themselves may be more important than the magic behind them… his art glimmers with recurring messages, occasionally diverting into fortuitous details and deeply personal signs and symbols, but invariably he returns to his fundamental iconography. His work lives in a boundless landscape embracing cities, people, and objects, where everything slides… and disappears…” (V. Patsukov, “The Lost and Found Time of Abstraction”, Evgeny Chubarov – Return to the Abstract, St. Petersburg, 2004, p. 27).

18

Untitled

1994
Oil on canvas.
118 1/8 x 78 3/4 in. (300 x 200 cm).
Signed “Evgeny Chubarov” lower right.

Estimate
£100,000 - 150,000 ‡ ♠

Sold for £692,000

Contemporary Art

22 June 2007, 4pm & 5pm
London