The exhibition prefers painting approaches with an unbounded frame, where painting seems to be itself and has rather invasive character. Not only can it grow amoebalike or otherwise, sometimes it can even absorb the space, but it also has the ability to permeate it. It can hide inside the walls and sometimes unexpectedly rise to the surface. I would like to at least evoke the notion of painting without limitations, about this traditional medium, burdened with history and commerce, which certainly has progressive, creative potential.
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