Symbols of the Big Bang travel to Mizel Center for Arts and Culture, Denver, Colorado, and to The Temple Judea Museum, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania.
Russian bureaucracy remove K&M’s stained glass symbol from
the Moscow version of Berlin-Moscow, Moscow-Berlin 1950-2000. “For
me, Symbols of the Big Bang is the beginning of Nostalgic Nonconformist
Art. It is a renaissance of our early works, such as Paradise/Pantheon, which was studied for its visual synthesis of different spiritual concepts
and different religions, created under the condition of the Totalitarian
Atheistic state. Unfortunately, this quest stalled. It’s not too
late, however, to turn again in this previous direction and pursue it.
I can’t help but imagine how nonconformist painting could have flourished
had it not been for the negative influence of the market, the same force
that stopped the development of the counter-culture of the sixties in