The objects of Roman Mikhailov from the “Burns of the Real” series were created using the original “trauma of the material” technique — burning of multiple layers of paper. His works are a metaphor for the fragility of everything that surrounds us, at the same time a reference to contemporary world events. New objects of the artist are a continuation of the series presented last year. In his new works, Roman goes forward and explores this theme more and more deeply. The objects of his work are taking a new form in the process of their creation: they are becoming sculptures.
The works of photographer Sergey Melnichenko are erotic photos from the “Her” series - they look like a dream or a hallucination: the photographer reflects on the ’here and now’, why some episodes (moments) are blurred like a dream and what awaits us further. His work is distinct from classic photography. The artist uses an unusual for classic photography technique of blurring the Frame.
It was Denis Kopylov’s dream from childhood to visit the most exotic and wild places on the planet. His dreams came true and he decided to share what he had seen through the prism of the camera . Years of incredible travels to Antarctica, Arctic, Kenya, Uganda, Congo, Brazil, and Papua etc has been reflected in his photos . All his artworks are handwork prints with the technique called Cyanotype. Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that produces a cyan-blue print. That is technique that came from 1842 and nowadays is not very popular between the artists. First of all its hard working process, especially Kopylov’s prints are unique because its big size and additions of different materials that he use in artworks.