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  • Provenance


    Acquired directly from the artist

  • Exhibited


    New York, Museum of the Yeshiva University, Remembrance: Russian Post-
    Modern Nostalgia, September 10, 2003 – February 2, 2004; West Hollywood, Los Angeles,
    Pacific Design Center, Through the Past to the Future, April 16-23, 2004; Washington, D.C.,
    “Fondo del Sol” Museum, November 25, 2005 – January 20, 2006; New York, Frederick P. Rose
    Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, 2006 Annual Tretyakov Ball, November 8, 2006

  • Literature


    LITERATURE Alexandre Gertsman, ed. Remembrance: Russian Post-Modern Nostalgia.
    New York: 2003, INTART – International Foundation of Russian and Eastern European Art, p.
    85 (illustrated); 2005 Annual Tretyakov Ball, New York, 2005, INTART – International
    Foundation of Russian and Eastern European Art, p. 15 (illustrated); 2006 Annual Tretyakov
    Ball. New York, 2006, American Friends of The Tretyakov Gallery, (inside front
    cover, illustrated)

  • Catalogue Essay


    The works of Rimma Gerlovina and Valeriy Gerlovin are dominated by the
    symbolism of the mythical and archaic, of the sign.They deconstruct a
    semiotic symbol through its visual decorative ornamentation.The sign as
    the initial element of a word and the word as the initial element of a sign are
    their favored, ambivalent paradox.The hieroglyph and sign, characteristic of
    the Gerlovins, give rise to an interesting interpretation of a “Renaissancestyle”
    approach combined with an “OldTestament” element.There is a play
    of sign and sense, sense and feeling, visual image and emotional element.
    They create visual images of hidden thoughts by the words of their
    “anthropomorphic” poetry.
     

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Eve

1993-1995
C-print with graphite flush mounted on Plexiglas in the artist’s metal frame.
79 x 39 3/4 in.
(200.7 x 101 cm).


Signed, titled, numbered of 10 and dated “Rimma Gerlovina Valeriy
Gerlovin Eve 1993-1995 Gerlovina Gerlovin” on a label adhered to the reverse.This work
is from an edition of 10.

Estimate
$20,000 - 30,000 

Contemporary Art Part II

16 Nov 2007, 10am & 2pm
New York