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The lenticular print ‘AlUla’ is based on the eponymous work, painted in oil painting technique. Marina Fedorova uses lenticular printing and the play of optical effects on the plane, expanding the palette of visual sign and techniques to elaborate a single subject. As a contemporary talent, she makes active use of the software aiding in drafting digital sketches and collages, converting freehand drawings into digital formats, and subsequently using them as the starting point for full-scale artworks. This means that the full range of tools currently employed by digital artists to craft their works helps Marina Fedorova push the boundaries of her project initially based around the traditional painting medium.

‘AlUla’ refers to the architectural landmark designated as the UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. This is a true natural and cultural gem. The painting may be seen as Ms. Marina Fedorova’s evocative tribute to one of the majestic Nabatean tombs of AlUla. The inclusion of a spaceship into the picture connects it to the project’s recurring theme of space exploration.

  • Dimensioins:

    160 x 200 cm

  • Technique:

    Lenticular print
    3d effect flip effect

  • Year:


  • Price:

    € 60,000 

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