Orekhov Gallery is pleased to present “0.0.0.0”, a group show that – with the help of the colour white (or 0.0.0.0 in CMYK) – sets the artists free from the flurry of activity and saves the viewers from rushing through the exhibition.
On the 29th of October Savva Saveliev's Exhibition "Emerald Ponds" opened at Orekhov Gallery. For the past few years Savva Saveliev has been working with emerald color, studying its nature, and synchronizing it with text.
On June 7 Orehov Gallery unveils Selena, a new exhibition by a young sculptor Kirill Chizhov. While his name won’t say much to Moscow art aficionados, Kirill boasts long years of practice at Alexander Rukavishnikov workshop and an impressive record of group projects. Selena, Chizhov’s first solo show, is based on his observations of moon phases. For the artist who elaborates on the subject of life cycles, comparing birth and death to sunrise and sunset, a woman represents an infinite cycle of a beginning, an end and a new beginning.
On September 19, Orekhov Gallery presents a new exhibition Lilac Ladies , which reveals Sergey Bondarev's aspiration towards balance. Projective method, widely used in psychology, analyses technique, color palette and the subject of paintings and allows professionals to rather accurately assess the emotional state of the author. Set yourself for a delicate engagement, trust your own feelings and you will discover the lilac world of women from Sergey Bodnarev’s universe.
Egor Ostrov – on basics, ideal shapes, impeccable images and the mission of an artist as a custodian in the fast-moving reality of the modern art world in his Kanon exhibition to be held on June 1 – August 20 at Orekhov Gallery (exhibition is extended!).
А series of Vladimir Glynin’s new photographs, stripped of their figurative content, present the audience with the results of color exploration based on the experience of abstract expressionism artists. For this exhibition, Gregory Orekhov has created environment objects transforming the perception of the space inside the gallery.
Familiar since childhood images painted by an outstanding neoacademic artists will share the exhibition space with a series of neo-pop art works by Gregory Orekhov, also referring to Soviet toys.