This young artist was born in the Soviet world, at a time when life was very difficult because of the lack of many objects of consumption, including, often, food. And everyone invented solutions, tinkering with objects, becoming creative because they had no choice. With humor and, as he himself says, a certain nostalgia for the years of his childhood, the...
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