Ural Corals series

2019-2020

crushed stone, spray acrylic

Samotsvety

2019

180x120 cm

crushed stone, acrylic, plywood

Series of artworks

“Calm. Reused.”

5 pieces 40 x 30 cm

2020

Textile on frames

Garments that were used in order to keep warmth, security and tranquility of a body are rethought in a series of geometric abstract compositions that create a sense of inner peace and balance.

The role of material is critical to Anna’s assertion of arts’ commodification. Poverty and exhaustion remain the two largest fears that stand between artists and their practice. Anna manages to emphasize a mental spillage that disrupts what it means to be a completed and formalized contribution to exhibition spaces. Honing in on this point, we may consider how the waste bag as the stretched canvas prompts us to discuss how the ‘value’ of this piece may be received.

Poverty of local artists​

Acrylic on stretched construction waste bag

90x70 cm

2019

Panel “Copper. Abstract”

100 x 150 cm

2020

Copper wire, copper drops,

blue-stone dyed canvas on plywood

Set of abstract sculptures “Abstract Athens”

Objects 1 and 2

2020

Stones and objects found in the city of Athens,

spray paints. wood

Ural Salami

2020

Gabbro core

Urban birches

2020

Wood, concrete

Core

2020

Wood, minerals core

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