Alexander Kanevsky’s “Doll of the future” (2003, Oil on wood panels, 8 x 12 feet).

Doll Painting is significant for Alexander’s apocalyptic vision of fatality of current civilization, exemplified by the depicted phantasmagorical para-anthropomorphic female prodigy flying through the sky of London, who with one of her hands is ripping off the tower of Big Ben, shedding off and leaving behind and underneath representative of modern society afflicted with diseases of mind, spirit and body.

The triptych was painted concurrently with the work that Alexander produced for the Royal Shakespeare Globe Theater in London.

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  • ALEXANDER KANEVSKY INTERVIEW, HINDUSTAN TIMES AND DELHI DAILY NEWS
    ALEXANDER KANEVSKY INTERVIEW, HINDUSTAN TIMES AND DELHI DAILY NEWS
  • Alexander Kanevsky’ “Virgin Mary” (2013, oil on canvas, 46 x 31 cm) Villa Sacro Cuore, Italy (Collection of Cardinal Tettamanzi)
    Alexander Kanevsky’ “Virgin Mary” (2013, oil on canvas, 46 x 31 cm) Villa Sacro Cuore, Italy (Collection of Cardinal Tettamanzi)
  • Alexander Kanevsky’ Drawing “LOT WITH DAUGHTERS” (2016)
    Alexander Kanevsky’ Drawing “LOT WITH DAUGHTERS” (2016)
  • KANEVSKY IN “IL LABIRINTO DELL’IPNOTISTA”
    KANEVSKY IN “IL LABIRINTO DELL’IPNOTISTA”

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