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Alexander PonomarevAPRIL 30 - JUNE 12, 2016

Stored in Ice

Richard Taittinger Gallery is proud to present Stored in Ice, a solo exhibition by the Russian artist Alexander Ponomarev (b.1957). Presenting both large-scale installations and works on paper, Stored in Ice, examines the artist’s lifelong research and quest for preserving cultural memory within the undefined terrains of the Antarctic Circle. Ponomarev’s actions unfold in remote places of the sea, nurturing his continuous curiosity and ways of deepening the connection between humanity and earth. This show also serves as a prelude for the artist’s forthcoming artistic invention The 1st Antarctic Biennale.

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Alexander Ponomarev (b. 1957) is a Russian artist who lives and works in Moscow. A nautical engineer and a practiced submariner, Ponomarev uses experiences obtained from his travels to the depths of oceans and across arctic terrains as a lens through...

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