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Untitled, 1996
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BLACK & WHITE ABSTRACT PAINTINGS
1995-1996
In my plasticity I'm intuitively searching for the equilibrium between black and white, inherent to Black Square. Those ratios of the surface curvature and the absolute white, visual occlusions and sudden breakthroughs of white through the thrill of white and black matter.
— Evgeny Chubarov
Chubarov have been gifted with an intuitive inner command that guided his ideas while he was producing his works. The artist turned to a specific format and worked within this format with all the freedom of the painting process. The work is completed in sections, not in one major "paint attack" on the canvas. He leaned his canvases against the wall or hung them up to paint on them using the technique of applying paint with a squeegee.

At times, there are round lines that extend from one side to the other. Then again, there are more powerful and larger interplays of lines that frame the first layer. Added to this are small rectangular, square and triangular black color juxtapositions that are strung together. The results are these large-scale and magnificent paintings that create a totality of imagery.
Chubarov have been gifted with an intuitive inner command that guided his ideas while he was producing his works. The artist turned to a specific format and worked within this format with all the freedom of the painting process. The work is completed in sections, not in one major "paint attack" on the canvas. He leaned his canvases against the wall or hung them up to paint on them using the technique of applying paint with a squeegee.

At times, there are round lines that extend from one side to the other. Then again, there are more powerful and larger interplays of lines that frame the first layer. Added to this are small rectangular, square and triangular black color juxtapositions that are strung together. The results are these large-scale and magnificent paintings that create a totality of imagery.