Sculptor Nikos Floros Exhibits at the “Tsaritsyno” in Moscow by NEO Magazine
From September 5th 2013 through March 2, 2014, art lovers in Moscow will have the opportunity to travel to the surrealist world of the artist Nikos Floros and be as captivated by his incredibly original creations as have so many other art lovers around the world. The Tsaritsyno State Museum and Reserve in Moscow is hosting a major retrospective exhibition of this internationally recognized sculptor of Hellenic descent. Exhibited in the Hall of the Tsaryna are these unique sculptural costumes created from recycled aluminum. This original method was created and patented by Nikos Floros in 2003. “I wanted to do something with consumable products, because I believe our modern temples today are supermarkets and malls, where you feel you exist, in other words, ‘I consume therefore I exist’,” he said.
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