Nikolay Oleynikov

assorted artworks {since 2010 'till present}

Operario, Camponesa, Brecht, Boal

Porto, rua de Miguel Bombarda, 77, 2010

This mural is painted in Porto as an result of the seminar with students of the local Danse School. We discussed all the elements the composition was based on, then we took a picturing session, and students was representing Worker, Kolkhoz woman, Harmodius and Aristogeiton, Brecht and Boal.

Here the liberational tradition is merged with history of art. Iconic 1937 Soviet monumental masterpiece by Vera Mukhina , inspired by ancient greek praise to true love of a gay couple who dared to kill tyrant, and two giant theater pioneers of 20th century.

 

Operario, Camponesa, Brecht, Boal
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