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Jul 06 2008

From the Archive #3.- “Bakhor” relief

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“Bakhor” (meaning “spring” in Uzbek language) ceramic sculpture was made in 1977, and installed inside the cafe of  “Yulduz” sewing factory in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. 2×5 Meters each (depth 35-40 centimeters), two similar reliefs/sculptures standing next to each other. This was the first abstract (non-figurative) sculpture in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, which at the time wa part of […]

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Jun 28 2008

Banya “Khamom” project

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Banya “Khamom” (Public bathhouse entrance) in Tashkent. The project was a collaboration with a russian architect Andrey Stanislavovich Kosinski, erected around the year 1979. The relief above the entrance is 90cm in diameter. The monochrome photograph actually depicts a color relief, with red and gold. The relief actually represents the streets of Tashkent, with the […]

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Apr 20 2008

Large scale works

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This is a gallery of large scale works that Alexander Kedrin has done from Mid to late 1980’s in several places in the former Soviet Union. Some are as tall as 9 meters (27 feet).

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