Anton Terziev

Anton Terziev



In Quiet Riots Anton Terziev reduces the distance between the portrait and the self-portrait, the present and the past. Throughout this exhibition, his son is painted in different situations, mostly moments from his formative years. But nothing here is presented literally. In Quiet Riots Terziev also reflects upon his own childhood experiences. His works traces the changing attitude towards the themes of freedom, carelessness, responsibility, guilt.


The timelessness is the common thread between the works in this selection. Maybe to show that childhood is not actually that different between the generations? After all, back then the adult life always appears as something big, distant and scary, but nonetheless beatable, at least in the realm of fantasy. Just a shot with the wood catapult and there you go, the beast is dead. The exhibition is part of the Kreo Kultura Foundation Project PAINTING DOES NOT REPLACE DIVERSE DIET curatet by Daniela Radeva.


 

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