Paris, France — Paris remains one the great world capitals of art and the shows go on albeit behind closed doors because of the health situation. But they can be visited on-line and some are being extended so they will be waiting for the public upon the much-awaited re-openings. The Gourmet Gazette brings to you a fantastical, highly visual show aptly entitled Mythgazing, an excellent past time these days. So if you can’t be in Paris or are waiting for the art shows to open up their doors, enjoy a look into the spectacularly visual world of the Ukrainian artist, Aleksei Bordusov, also known as AEC INTERESSNI KAZKI. His surrealistic works decorate walls all over the world and draw their inspiration from science, religion, mythology, cosmology, myths and the past.
He creates fairy tale worlds filled with imaginary creatures. His alias, INTERESNI KAZKI, literally means interesting fairy tales. Today the Parisian gallery ADDA & SARTO with Anna Dimitrova at the helm is presenting these exquisite works in a show entitled Mythgazing which also offers the opportunity for the publication of a book devoted to the artist focusing on his last 10 years of creative work. The gallery is presenting his large and medium format canvases and drawings.
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