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charcoal, printed paper, masking tape
(60.0 × 84.0 cm) (image and sheet)
Place/s of Execution
Moscow, Russia
printed in ink on paper l.c.l.: “In December 2012, Moscow City Council passed a law on public meetings which allowed them to be held, without prior permission, in specially defined places, similar to London’s Hyde Park.”
inscribed in pencil l.r.: olga 2015
Accession Number
International Prints and Drawings
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Ruth Margaret Frances Houghton Bequest, 2016
© Olga Chernysheva
Gallery location
Not on display
Olga Chernysheva has a background in film animation, video and photography, and observes everyday people in their activities and conversations in her home city of Moscow, Russia, with the attentiveness of a photographer. Recently Chernysheva has turned to recording her urban environment in detailed drawings. She captures scenes with precise charcoal markings, finishing each work by collaging phrases onto the surface. Chernysheva relays her inner thoughts and creativity to the viewer with tenderness and humour.