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Ever since man had discovered art itself – this may be approximately 42.000 years ago, he tries to express all the things happening around him, in pictures. It is, that we only know our own ancestors from pictures and sculptures. Literature provides the suitable thoughts, actions, descriptions and even feelings and interpretations. 
It is out of these fragment s that we construct our imagination how man might have been looking during the 17th, 18th or the beginning of the 19th century, and how they were living. The first daguerrotypie is dated on approximately the year 1826. 
Like a time machnine, Andrej Barov subsumes the both relevant ages and moves or changes times and centuries boundaries. Present and near future, seen in one picture and thereby understanding ourselves a little better, this is the adventurous journey to which “Transformers” invites us.

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Andrej Barov

Germany

Photography, Color on Canvas

Size: 27.6 W x 35.4 H x 1.6 D in

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Ever since man had discovered art itself – this may be approximately 42.000 years ago, he tries to express all the things happening around him, in pictures. It is, that we only know our own ancestors from pictures and sculptures. Literature provides the suitable thoughts, actions, descriptions and even feelings and interpretations. It is out of these fragment s that we construct our imagination how man might have been looking during the 17th, 18th or the beginning of the 19th century, and how they were living. The first daguerrotypie is dated on approximately the year 1826. Like a time machnine, Andrej Barov subsumes the both relevant ages and moves or changes times and centuries boundaries. Present and near future, seen in one picture and thereby understanding ourselves a little better, this is the adventurous journey to which “Transformers” invites us. The picture is exposed in a profi laboratory for artists from canvas and mounted on 4 cm thick wooden frames. Image is protected with a protective lacquer. Ready to Hang

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Photography Print:Color on Canvas

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Size:27.6 W x 35.4 H x 1.6 D in

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The world that the works of Andrej Barov present, seems strange and bent at first glance. Suddenly we realize something familiar to us, and an effect of déja-vu arises. This is caused Barov deals in his art not with the image of the visual reality that our eyes provide but with the impression of what corresponds to our cultural memory. Whether historical allusions, fragments of works of art or media phenomena, everything we have created with our human creative spirit, is the reality Andrej Barov is looking upon. In this sense, his artistic process is a look on the inside, into the depths of our brains and our collective memory. He tries to explore the relationship between media and historical events, revealing interesting parallels and showing a mirror of past and present. With his projects, he also deals with the aspect of presenting a suitable appearance and reasonable visual language that make this adventure possible. With considerable knowledge and technical precision, he formed elusive nuances of our conscious; exciting images that evoke countless reactions within us and bring up materializations in our subconscious. In this exciting worldview, today meets tomorrow and the past is changing unnoticedly from the present to the future.------------------------------------------------------------ Professor Dr. Dr. Christian Moosbrugger, Vienna 
Psychologist and Professor of Art History


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