Touch Art Gallery is please to present “Be In Touch” an exhibition by the Russian born sculptor “Konstantin Simun” and painter Alex Khomski from June 19th to July 7th. The exhibition will feature sculptor and painting. The reception is on Saturday June 21 from 5 to 8 PM. Please join us for the reception and to meet the artists.
Both artists will present the work that could be qualified as the cutting edge of fine art, with the strong classic influence.
Konstantin Simun (St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Art) is the author of the Broken Ring” monument (near St. Petersburg, Russia,) which brought him international recognition, and is acknowledged as one of the most significant memorials of World War II. His work “Totem: America” was exhibited at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln, Massachusetts, from 1993 to 2002, and brought him great popularity. K.Simun is also the author of the famous Memorial to puppeteer Igor Fokin, which was installed at Brattle Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 2001.
Alexander Khomski graduated from Moscow Stroganov Institute of Arts and Industry, where he studied the Old Masters profoundly. At the “Be in Touch” exhibition he will show his recent mixed media works and sculptures. Khomski translates the ideas of Old Masters to the images of the 21st century in which the observer defines the spiritual content of symbols.
Khomski’s and Simun’s artworks are in the private and museum collections all over the world, including major museums in Russia such as the State Tretyakov Gallery and the State Russian Museum among others. The exhibit is on view from…