Erik Bulatov:
Picture "Sunrise / Sunset"

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Erik Bulatov:
Picture "Sunrise / Sunset"

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Limited, 199 pieces | Numbered | Hand signed | Arts reproduction, giclee on canvas | Stretcher | Framed | Size 105 x 105 cm

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Erik Bulatov: Picture "Sunrise / Sunset"

Bulatov's "Sunrise / sunset" plays with the classical repertoire of art history. The monumental landscape painted in photorealistic Mania shows the extended area of the Ocean before a clear horizon line. The globe with the hammer and sickle as the Sun is an ironic symbol of the old world order, nothing more than a nostalgic-looking typical: Sunrise or sunset? Light or cloud? Bulatov deliberately leaves the question, that the viewer has probably long since answered for himself.

Edition giclee on canvas, 2007. Front side hand signed by the artist. Limited edition of 199 pieces, numbered at the back. Stretched on wedged stretchers, Size 100 x 100 cm. Framed in demunding black silver shadow joint gap strip. Size 105 x 105 cm.

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Art means freedom

The Russian painter Erik Bulatov was in a total artistic isolation in the Soviet Union. He was disconnected from any western development in contemporary art by the Iron Curtain. Any exchange with critics and audiences was impossible inside country, because Bulatov did not subordinate to the established rules and laws in the art of the Soviet Union and therefore did not exist at the official level. In this intellectual vacuum Bulatov, who earned his living as a children's book illustrator developed his own visual language, in which he critically processed the socialistic realism with Russian constructivism. In order to create for oppositional artists a possibility to present their work, Bulatov founded together with colleagues such as Ilya Kabakov and Oleg Vassiliev in the 1960s, the "Sretensky Boulevard Group", which later developed in the "Moscow conceptualists". But soon he began to feel the pressure from the state officials: one of the first exhibitions (1965) in Moscow, where he took part the first was, closed and banned after just one hour. Due to this experience Bulatov adresses to the liberating power of art: "It has always been my belief that the sphere of society has its limits, and the way to freedom leads just beyond the sphere of art, which lies beyond these limits. Certainly I know that this is not the universal way - for me it was always the only possible one ". Erik Bulatov was born in 1933 in Sverdlovsk, Ural. He studied at the Moscow School of Art and at the Surikov Art Institute in Moscow, which he left in 1958. Erik Bulatov is now one of the most important contemporary artists of Russia. In 2008 he was made an honorary member of the Russian Academy of Arts, he lives and works in Paris. His works were presented in the individual exhibitions in the Musée des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris and the Centre Pompidou, in the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow and in the Kestner Community in Hannover.

Giclée = derived from the French verb gicler meaning "to squirt, spray".

Giclée method is a digital printing process. It is a high-resolution, large-format printout on an inkjet printer with special different coloured or pigment-based inks (usually six to twelve). The colours are light-fast, that is, resistant to harmful UV light. They have a high richness of nuance, contrast and saturation.

The Giclée process is suitable for real art canvas, handmade and watercolor paper and for silk.

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