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  • Margo Gallery NY

    Sophia Popovic Solo Exhibition. Curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian

    Sophia Popovic’s most recent suite of paintings, “Screw You, Screw Me,” is derived from the artist’s involvement with iconic images, and the gradual dissolution of their meaning. Sophia paints hands, feet, shoes, and even rifles - All images that represent specific importance to the artist. From the outset, these images are shadows, unadorned, stripped of nuance and specific characteristics; an undefined outline whose portrayal is closer to the whispered word than a realistically painted form. The artist is emphatic in her work, painting varied numbers of these images, portraying in triplicate, a rotation of sorts, and in multitudes, a chaotic riot. She affixes these pictorial forms persistently and aggressively with brass screws as if to suspend them in time, afflicted by current events, while their alternates, the remnants of a more joyous time, are left to fade and obliterate. These brass pierced forms are the artist’s emotional legacy to current events, where fear, desperation, and protest struggle to retain the quickly disappearing qualities of a once fuller life. The tenacity with which our lives have been memorialized in this series had become for Sophia, weaponized. The hand that once signified a handshake, caressed a face, waved adieu, is now, painfully crucified. A corset that once enhanced a shapely woman’s torso is screwed in protest. The foot that danced, leaped, and arched on its toes is now immobilized. The rifle, which we once viewed as a rightful form of protection, has become both jeopardized, and symbolic of violence. All memories associated with these forms are envisioned in black, gold, and white, decorated patterns, and beautifully express the new, plaintive narrative of remembrance. The underlying theme of “Screw Me, Screw You,’ although profound in its origins, is also a wry and humorous commentary on our identity. The slavish passion for uncomfortable but lavishly decorated undergarments and crippling footwear is permanently affixed in our history. Hands, gesturing, grasping, pointing, hexing, are the indelible and eloquent language of the inarticulate. The culture of the American rifle, which brandished this instrument as a form of protection, still adheres to its influence, despite its powerlessness against invisible global villains. Sophia presents us with a parody of modernity: Screwed unless we forget who we are. Sophia Popovic is a New York artist, who keeps her studio on the North Shore of Long Island, where she surrounds herself with beauty, nature, and current global events. Her powerful imagery includes drawings, paintings, mixed media, and both insightful and delightful conversation. Sophia herself is as much a work of art as her paintings.

  • Margo Gallery NY

    Evgeniya Volzhanskaya. Solo Exhibition. Curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian

    Deep art of Evgeniya Volzhanskaya blooms on the riveting Russian culture and focuses on social problems as well as conflicts and contradictions between our actions and feelings. It leads a philosophical discussion about some patterns in our behavior we are often not aware of ourselves. Considering Evgeniya took the canvas and brushes almost at the same time as she started to crawl, no wonder that her art is profoundly intertwined with her life and serves as a way to express her state at the moment of creation. Her resettlement first from a provincial city to the capital, and from there to Georgia, love and hate, rebellion against oppressive and dogmatic legacy of post-Soviet art schooling, – all this will come at you from her paintings. In her latest paintings Evgeniya raises the topics of femininity and the search of the sense of self. She thinks, that in the constant uncertainty we live in, it is crucial to study it through the art to find new meanings to it.

  • Margo Gallery NY

    Olga Gobernik-Kon. Solo Exhibition. Curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian

    Olga Gobernik-Kon. Solo Exhibition. Curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian

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    Maria Doubrovskaia. Solo Exhibition. Curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian

    25 Oct 2020 – 25 Dec 2020

    Maria Doubrovskaia. Solo Exhibition. Curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian

  • Margo Gallery NY

    Troy Khasiev. SUN’s GEOMETRY. (Curated by Margo Grant and Irina Matinian)

    Troy was born on March 2, 2000, in Moscow, Russia. He made his first drawings and photos at the age of three and five. As a teenager, encouraged by his architect father, he started experimenting with digital imaging. He studied drawing with the artist Vladimir Kireev and photography at the Rodchenko Photography School in Moscow; practiced painting in the Moscow studio of Vladimir Nasedkin, and mixed media art in the Parisian atelier of Takesada Matsutani. Currently he studies art and photography at the Kingsworth International School in Paris and at PNCA in the USA . Troy has a track record of group and solo exhibitions; he has also volunteered for a number of art exhibitions and events. Troy’s works can be seen in numerous art collections such as: the MORA museum (New York, NY); the International Children’s Art Museum and the Russian Geographic Society (Moscow, Russia), the Benetton Foundation (Italy), as well as in the galleries and private collections in Paris (France), Moscow (Russia), Venice (Italy), and New York (NY).

    neueste Werke

    • Evgeniya Volzhanskaya

      Proximity that doesn't Exist
      50 x 46 cm (h x w)
      Oil, fiberboard
      USD 2950
    • Evgeniya Volzhanskaya

      Mutism
      80 x 60 cm (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 3800
    • Evgeniya Volzhanskaya

      Delusion
      80 x 60 cm (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 7500
    • Evgeniya Volzhanskaya

      Movement
      60 x 80 cm (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 3200
    • Evgeniya Volzhanskaya

      Childhood. Memories
      30 x 30 cm (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 1500
    • Evgeniya Volzhanskaya

      A night in the Mountains
      30 x 30 cm (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 1500
    • Evgeniya Volzhanskaya

      Bottom-up
      100 x 50 cm (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 4900
    • Evgeniya Volzhanskaya

      The silence inside
      30 x 30 cm (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 1800
    • Evgeniya Volzhanskaya

      The hole
      50 x 46 cm (h x w)
      Oil, fiberboard
      USD 2950
    • Evgeniya Volzhanskaya

      Through the Chasm
      50 x 46 cm (h x w)
      Oil, fiberboard
      USD 3100
    • Maria Doubrovskaia

      Jersey City
      30 x 26 inch (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 1500
    • Maria Doubrovskaia

      The Seamstress
      26 x 21 inch (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 1800
    • Maria Doubrovskaia

      Blue Dress
      46 x 28 inch (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 2000
    • Maria Doubrovskaia

      Maria Doubrovskaia
    • Maria Doubrovskaia

      Full Moon over Flatbush
      26 x 21 inch (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 2000
    • Maria Doubrovskaia

      Goya Still Life
      32 x 32 inch (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 2500
    • Maria Doubrovskaia

      L’Isola Tiburtina
      27 x 21 inch (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 1200
    • Maria Doubrovskaia

      August in Rome
      25 x 20 inch (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 1200
    • Maria Doubrovskaia

      Untitled (Paul)
      27 x 24 inch (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      2500
    • Maria Doubrovskaia

      Silver Rooftop
      25 x 22 inch (h x w)
      # Oil on canvas
      USD 2500
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