from August 21 to September, 21

Exhibition from 9 p.m. onwards

“Barbie world” versus “Ken universe”.

Vladimir Tsesler & Masha Bo

Curator

Masha Karmanova

Location

Cyprus, Limassol, 3027, Agias Zonis, 7

September, 21

Exhibition from 9 p.m. onwards

Vladimir Tsesler & Masha Bo

Curators

Masha Karmanova

Location

Cyprus, Limassol, 3027, Agias Zonis, 7

Ladies and gentlemen, gather ’round for a truly unique and hilarious modern art exhibition! Prepare yourselves for a whimsical journey into the world of the last “Barbie” movie, where the iconic doll meets avant-garde creativity.

Brace yourselves for a laughter-inducing experience as we explore the absurdly named artworks on display:

First up, we have “Barbie Dollars.” Yes, because what better way to showcase Barbie’s financial prowess than by immortalizing her on currency? Prepare to be amazed by the intricate details of Barbie’s face on every single bill!

Now, feast your eyes on “Barbie Poo.” Yes, you heard that right. This artwork takes the concept of “poo” and elevates it to a whole new level. It’s a thought-provoking commentary on society’s obsession with bodily functions. Prepare to be both disgusted and enlightened!

Prepare to enter the realm of “Barbinism,” a movement that seeks to overthrow the art world’s traditional norms and replace them with Barbie-inspired revolution. It’s a riot of colors, shapes, and plastic limbs that will leave you questioning everything you thought you knew about art.

Now, behold the “Malevich Pink Square.” A daring tribute to the famous “Black Square” by Kazimir Malevich, this artwork takes minimalism to new heights by replacing black with… you guessed it, pink! It’s a profound exploration of the color spectrum and its impact on our perception of art.

And who could forget “Mug of Glamour”? This piece combines the elegance of a porcelain mug with the glamour of Barbie’s world. It’s a tantalizing blend of tea time and fashion, reminding us that even a simple cup can be a work of art.

Moving on to “Picasso. Rose Period,” where we see Barbie’s face distorted into various abstract shapes. It’s a playful nod to Picasso’s artistic style, showcasing Barbie’s versatility as a subject and challenging our understanding of beauty.

Prepare for a surprise with “Pink Bast Shoes. The Lapti.” This artwork combines traditional Russian footwear with Barbie’s signature pink color. It’s a quirky fusion of cultures that will have you scratching your head in confusion and amusement.

and many more art pieces

So, there you have it, folks! An exhibition that combines the absurdity of Barbie with the avant-garde world of modern art. Prepare to be amused, confused, and entertained as you navigate through this whimsical collection. Enjoy the laughter and the art!

Report will be posted after event