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titanium contemporary art gallery

titanium contemporary art gallery

GEORGIA PARASHI GEORGIA PARASHI

ENGRAVINGS - GRAFFITI

The spur to this work were the engravings found in the Altamira caves, that date back 35,000 years, and their semantic correlation with the today’s graffiti. The painting installation, made by the artist Georgia Parashi, dominates the gallery, and encircles the spectator in a conjectural world that functions as an echo of the mystic palaeolithic cave environment. Faint wild animal silhouettes, drawings of the primitive hunters / artists, interspersed among the artificial engravings, shaped by repeated layers made of natural materials and powders in earthly colors. At the same time, artworks of smaller size, extracts of real size graffitis from different towns all over Greece. Engravings – Graffiti: the universal desire for creative expression, obvious in all types of society and time periods.

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