Maria Serebriakova, plaster and wood, 1993

The Russian artist Maria Serebriakova approaches her sense of loneliness and despair in a philosophical way. She symbolizes the lost identity of mankind by using everyday, simple objects. She intertwines reality and fiction by picking things from their silent reality. Serebriakova refers to the quest for herself. There is the renewed inquiry into the new meaning of people and things, related to many possible objects.

This work from 1993 represents the balance in the dialogue. Here she symbolizes the communicative power of art. It crosses all language barriers and is universally loaded. A philosophical conversation across our planet is ecumenical and offers a global balance thanks to an equal treatment.


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