Sunday, January 22, 2012

Ilya and Emilia Kabokov at Lia Rumma

Interesting show in Milan's most impressive gallery space. Lots of the work looked like expensive toys for rich children, but there were a few valid works. Four paintings suggesting the artist during different epochs alone in the studio, the piece at the entrance of what seems likea person under 40 meters of pinkinsh-grat felt, and some small sculptures were the least commercial. For the rest, I was reminded of crèche scenes. I'm sure the gallery goers will enjoy them.....very saleable.

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