|SIZE:|| Each panel is 210 x 70 cm|
|TECHNIQUE:||Chinese ink and collage on paper|
Authored by a woman artist of the ‘60s generation, this is a rare abstract large-scale work in the history of post-war Russian art. In its dealing with a cosmic theme, circle forms, and color black, Masterkova’s triptych continues the tradition of such seminal modernists as Kazimir Malevich and Aleksandr Rodchenko.
Similar works were exhibited in Lidia Masterkova: Adieu a la Russie in Dina Vierny Gallery in Paris (January 25-February 25), 1976. This triptych was exhibited in Lydia Masterkova: Striving Upward to the Real, in Contemporary Russian Art Center of America in New York (February 10-April 17), 1983.