The Polka Gallery is currently exhibiting the latest series from Alexander Gronsky, ReenAct, which features nine snowy and highly pictorial triptychs of reenactments of Soviet battles from WWII to the invasion of Afghanistan. In this series, the landscape, as in Gronsky’s previous work, occupies an important place.
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