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Anizotropia — An Experimental Art Project by Valentin Korzhov

An experiment is by far the most effective and at the same time capricious means of exploring new ground in the realm of fine art. When an artist starts to mix elements of different natures, the chances are always high that the result of their work will be better-than-expected. If you are passionate about art experiments and adore contemporary art in particular, then Valentin Korzhov’s experimental art project Anizotropia is a fair chance for you to cultivate a fairly idiosyncratic experience.

Anizotropia — An Experimental Art Project by Valentin Korzhov

Valentin Korzhov

Anizotropia — An Experimental Art Project by Valentin Korzhov

Valentin Korzhov is a Moscow-born artist with a degree in art, who pursued the career of a sculptor and mastered his skills under the patronage of another renowned Russian artist, Vladimir Sidorenko. One of the main reasons why you should get acquainted with the works by Valentin Korzhov is his one-of-a-kind approach to molding forms and shapes with the help of different materials.

Anizotropia — An Experimental Art Project by Valentin Korzhov

Untitled №1 by Valentin Korzhov

The fact is that Valentin Korzhov specializes in piecing sculpture and philosophy together. Inspired by Heidegger’s concept of nothingness, the sculptor has managed to break new ground and find a pertinent way of making form reveal itself in its entirety. All these ideas have been successfully integrated into his new experimental art project that is going to be revealed to the audience this week.

Anizotropia — An Experimental Art Project by Valentin Korzhov

Untitled №11 by Valentin Korzhov

Anizotropia is Valentin Korzhov’s attempt to dip into the matter of space, eternity, and time. Starting from September 17, online visitors will be able to embrace eight peculiar artworks made of metal pipes and every-day objects. Sounds striking, doesn’t it? We can assure you that it all looks even better!

Anizotropia — An Experimental Art Project by Valentin Korzhov

Untitled №7 by Valentin Korzhov

If you can spare some time for unique contemporary art, do not hesitate to get a closer look at this experimental art project. The 3D exhibition is hosted by the international online gallery Art Catch and is organized in co-operation with TAtchers’ Art Management and Cappasity. Do not miss your chance to become an integral part of the global contemporary community and get acquainted with the work of one of the best Russian artists of today!

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