1. Kabbalah and Contemporary Art
Item: Alefbet-Lexicon I
|Title: ||Alefbet-Lexicon I|
|Authors: ||Bruskin, Grisha|
|Issue Date: ||1987 |
|Description: ||Photograph of Grisha Bruskin's oil on canvas "Alefbet-Lexicon I". Born in 1945 in Moscow, Russia, Grisha Bruskin "early on...found refuge in the study of Hebrew and Judaism to counter the banalities of communist propaganda that surrounded him. Much of his painting and print work consist of figures placed on top of cursive Hebrew texts. Like many of his contemporaries, Bruskin is occupied with the relation of text and image, but he leaves their connection unspecified. In 1988 Bruskin moved to the United States, and currently lives and works in New York City." http://www.marlboroughgallery.com/Grfx_Pages/Bruskin.html|
|Appears in Collections:|| 1. Kabbalah and Contemporary Art|
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