I WAS NOT A SARDINE, artwork 100x200cm, 2015 Expand

I WAS NOT A SARDINE, artwork 100x200cm, 2015



I WAS NOT A SARDINE, artwork 100x200cm (2 canvases 100x100cm) by Ludmilla Radchenko made in 2017, 'POP FOOD' series, collage technique, acrylic and resin on canvas.

The artwork shows what remains of a fish, which has evidently already been eaten by someone: it is however a vain and combative character, which is why it loves to show himself anyway, with a great desire to live and bite life. Women often love aggressive men and continue to feel protected by them even when this no longer happens because they have lost their strength.

The rich and elaborate background of the work is characterized by the famous inscription 'From Siberia with love', for those who love Radchenkoìs artworks know and appreciate, a leitmotiv dedicated to the fans of her Art

For info popartstudio.ludmilla@gmail.com

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In 2015, on the occasion of EXPO and inspired by the theme, the artist dedicated to a series entirely devoted to food, which is still one of the most pop ever made; the theme of food, very actual, explores and ironically analyzes the trend of today's consumption, also through clear references to the crisis faced by some countries of the world. Behind the evident vividness of the colors, the aim of these artworks is to stimulate the viewer's reflection, guiding him towards greater awareness. Each of the six artworks in the series has a strong personality, conferred by the Siberian artist by combining the collage technique with a majestic work of handmade resin, acrylic and enamel details: the visual impact is for this material and three-dimensional, almost tactile inspiration.

* The price of each artwork was calculated using a specific artistic coefficient, which is currently 4:

the artistic Coefficient in the art world is a parameter that indicates the development and value of the artistic path of each artist. It should always be applied to the sum of height and width in mm. Example 4x (1000 + 1000mm) = 8000 to the M2

For info popartstudio.ludmilla@gmail.com

AVAILABLE WORKS BY LUDMILLA RADCHENKO: http://www.ludmillapopart.it/available-works/