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Cloud Atlas №2By Valeriya Avtukhova

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Acrylic, Acrylic and textured paste on canvas

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Dimensions: 50cm (H) x 40cm (W) x 1cm (D) / 19.7" (H) x 15.7" (W) x 0.4" (D)

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Please note that this item is unframed and will be shipped flat

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Artist Statement

Part of a diptych painting "Cloud Atlas №1" for me is that EVERYTHING IS INTERCONNECTED. One critic wrote of the film of the same name: “What is time? A river flowing in all directions at once. An element that cannot be curbed or defeated - it rolls in waves, destroying and preserving, destroying and restoring again. There is no past or future, only the infinite "now". The unity of generations is carried out through art, whether it be music, cinema or literature. History is material, it is at arm's length - you can reach it through the symphony of a genius, you can touch it through yellowed paper with blurry lines. Cloud Atlas is a movie about the cycle of life, love, art and freedom. The latter lives in melodies, in looks, in beliefs and decisions. Freedom to resist imposed dogmas. Freedom to create and enjoy. Freedom to be yourself and be free from yourself. In everyone there is both great good and great evil, life is an eternal struggle between hell and heaven. A series of deaths and rebirths, the battle of the dead Order with the Chaos full of life. Cloud Atlas is a movie about choice as the fundamental basis of everything - and the choice is not made once, it has to be made every second, every quantum of time.

Acrylic painting, canvas, texture paste
One of a kind artwork

Size: 50 × 40 × 1 cm (unframed)
This artwork is sold unframed
The drawing is titled and signed on the back and also comes with a certificate of authenticity.

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Artist Profile

Born: 1987
Hometown: Moscow
Based in: Moscow

Valeriya Avtukhova is a contemporary Russian artist born in 1987 in Tajikistan. As refugees, her family moved to Russia at the beginning of the Civil War in the republic. All her childhood Valeriya spent in the Russian countryside. She finished school with honors. She always loved to draw, but she …


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