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Georgy Pusenkov. Simply virtual installation

9 september 1999—30 september 1999
Georgy Pusenkov was born in Krasnopolye, Belorus, in 1953. After completing a course in higher technical studies, he graduated in 1983 from the drawing department of the Moscow Polygraphic Institute and devoted himself to designing books.
Since 1984, Georgy Pusenkov has actively contributed to exhibitions in Russia (Moscow, St Petersburg) and abroad (London, Dusseldorf, Bogota, Hamburg, Cologne, Toronto, Paris, Krakow, Bonn). He currently lives and works in Cologne and Moscow. Since 1987, the artist has been a member of the Hermitage association and the Moscow Union of Artists. This exhibition is the artist's second one-man show at the Russian Museum (the first was in 1995).

Georgy Pusenkov's creative strategy appeals to the mass communication that has long since usurped reality. Thanks to doubling and multiplication, a device employed in Pop Art, particularly by Andy Warhol, the power of a single image is raised to the level of an "icon" and, at the same time, presented as an endless variation.

The exhibition includes 46 works by Georgy Pusenkov (acrylic on canvas) created in recent years. The exhibition was organized with the Ludwig Museum cooperation.
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Millennials or Generation Y - those who were born in the 1980s-1990s and entered the new millennium at a young age. This generation is characterized by the difficult self-identification and the attention to the problem of self-presentation, reflected in the authors' attempt to talk more about their individual experiences, their fears, traumas or fantasy worlds.

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