Vladimir Dubossarsky & Alexander Vinogradov

Vladimir Dubossarsky & Alexander Vinogradov are two Russian painters that somehow manage to work and paint together. Both live and work in Moscow. In the early part of their career together they adopted the style of socialist realism, an officially sanctioned art practice under the soviet regime. Their early works resembled posters for non-existent thrillers and sleazy porn flicks. In 2001, Dubosarsky and Vinogradov made a transition from the socialist fantasy to the ideals of mass media using celebrity and pop culture as a focal point and statement. The following pieces are from more recent collections; 2009 – 2012.

What the homeland begins with

What the homeland begins with

Bloody Tango

Total Painting

Pink Dreams

Business with Pleasure

Business with Pleasure

Under Matisse

Under Matisse

Gentlemen

Gentlemen

On the Block

On the Block

untitled

untitled

Policewoman

Policewoman

For Valour 1

For Valour 1

For Valour 6

For Valour 6

For Valour 9

For Valour 9

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