Alexander Kanevsky’s “Nomad” (1996, oil on wood, 4 x 8 feet – 122 x 244 cm) has debuted as a Centerpiece of the International Art Performance in New York City in 1996, whereof became the Central focus of attention at 2001 USA National Ideology, Art and Culture Debate at Alexander’s Historic Exhibition in New Haven City Hall.

 

Alexander painted “Nomad” over the years of 1995 and 1996. The painting is done by oil on 4 by 8 feet wood panel. It depicts the human figure painted in blue, flying over the course of the entire History of Mankind starting from cave-people, continuing through wars and affairs of Antiquity, Middle ages and Modernity.

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