01.06.09 by Jeff

Pravdoliub Ivanov

Sculptures and installations by Pravdoliub Ivanov. This one below is called Monument to the Unknown Washerwoman.

Pravdoliub Ivanov artist installation site specific artwork

Pravdoliub Ivanov artist installation site specific artwork

Pravdoliub Ivanov artist installation site specific artwork

Pravdoliub Ivanov artist installation site specific artwork

Pravdoliub Ivanov artist installation site specific artwork

Pravdoliub Ivanov artist installation site specific artwork

Pravdoliub Ivanov artist installation site specific artwork

via: vvork













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Milda

    wow! that one with carpet! cool!!!

  • love the carpet and the stack. very nice work.

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  • Hmm.

    I love how you make simple,everyday things look like anything but.You have an absolutely brilliant imagination and sense of space..you are officially one of my favorite artists of all time!

    • Dear HMM. thanx a lot for your words to my works.
      It seams like Internet is the vastest and most open gallery nowadays…

      best,
      pravdo (as friends call me shortly)

  • Stunning just stunning!Cool collection!





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