Simeon Stoilov

Simeon Stoilov



He  has painted on old sailboats and assembled huge structures of all kinds of materials (his Cyclops, made from an elephant's skeleton, for example, greets us at the entrance to the Natural History Museum).


Here, however, we see him not fighting the wind or assembling tall sculptures, but looking at the living things that we do not pay much attention to - Wild Life is a story about the ordinary nature, "which we tread under our feet, passing by without even look at it." His paintings come as a kind of escape from modernity, full of "overtaxed claims," ​​and it is precisely the simplicity of the wild life beyond them that excites Simeon Stoilov in this exhibition.


 

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