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Valery Koshlyakov, Grand Opera, Paris, 1995, Tempera on cardboard. Koshlyakov’s re-reading of symbols of empire is all-encompassing, taking imagery from ancient ruins and sculpture to modern government buildings, but the monumental scale of his works also suggests an additional, particularly charged reference – that of Stalin-era murals and political myth-building.

Valery Koshlyakov - Grand Opera, Paris - Contemporary Art

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Le Cailar 2005: Valery Koshlyakov, l'amphithéâtre

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