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Eternal Nomad - Solo show of recent work by leading Russian artist Stanislav Plutenko

25 May 2009 – 27 Jun 2009

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Monday - Saturday 10am - 6pm

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  • Tube: Baker Street, Bond Street, Marble Arch

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‘Eternal Nomad' - Solo show of recent work by leading Russian artist Stanislav Plutenko

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‘Eternal Nomad', a solo show of the most recent work by internationally recognised Russian artist Stanislav Plutenko to be exhibited alongside 50 seminal works by Auguste Rodin at the Hay Hill Gallery, 23 Cork Street from Monday 25th May until Saturday 27th June, 2009. Plutenko, one of Russian leading contemporary artists is avidly collected and returns to the Hay Hill Gallery, where he held his second show in the UK in 2002. His mixed media and air brushing techniques with his graphic art origins have brought comparisons to the work of Jack Vettriano. This current collection of work is strongly influenced by the 19th century oriental school, championed by Alma-Tadema and Giulio Rosati. Scenes of the souk and the flavour of North Africa and the Middle East can be seen in ‘Cairo Railway Station', ‘The City I've Never Been to — Arrival', and ‘The Forgotten Kasbah'.

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