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George Gonashvili

Negative Spaces of Once-existed Architecture

oil on canvas, 2014, 72"w x 48"h x 1.5"d

The term ghost town can make one feel a cool breath. A ghost town is a place emptier than the desert. Exploring spaces depicted purely from the artist’s imagination and memory, the viewer can only find the past and the suggestion that these empty spaces have a capacity to hold something within them. The sentimental feeling of loneliness is a crucial aspect of the series, and the post-apocalyptic town is a direct metaphor for such emotion.

George Gonashvili - Negative Spaces of Once-existed Architecture

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