Anna Parkina, The freezed fingers were not unbend, 2010; collage of colored paper and photocopy; courtesy of the artist and Wilkinson Gallery
Anna Parkina, Untitled-7, 2010; color paper, laser print; © Anna Parkina, courtesy the artist
Anna Parkina, Untitled-10, 2010; color paper, laser print; © Anna Parkina, courtesy the artist
Media and genres collide and merge in the work of Russian artist Anna Parkina, an intrepid explorer of the dynamics of perception and history. Using a visual language that sometimes recalls the early-20th-century Soviet avant-garde but is very much her own, Parkina's works on paper reflect on the changes in Moscow since the collapse of the Soviet Union.
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The New Work series is organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and is generously supported by Collectors Forum, the founding patron of the series. Major funding is provided by the Mimi and Peter Haas Fund and Robin Wright and Ian Reeves. Additional support is provided by Martha and Bruce Atwater and the Trust for Mutual Understanding.