site.btaJ. Pank's Latest Exhibition Focuses on Censorship

J. Pank's Latest Exhibition Focuses on Censorship
J. Pank's Latest Exhibition Focuses on Censorship
Poster of the exhibition

The project No Comment by artist Jordan Pankov, aka J. Pank, is focused on censorship, the organizers said. The exhibition, which will be hosted by Arosita Gallery's Stick Place space until February 10, is comprised of vinyl printed on both sides.

A piece by Pankov depicts a detail from a censored version of The Spring by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. "The work alludes to our all too easy habituation to restrictions under different pretexts that ultimately lead to censorship and self-censorship that affects all cultural and social levels," the gallery said.

The project is supported by the National Culture Fund.

Pankov was born in 1966 in Gabrovo. He graduated from the National Academy of Art in Sofia. He works with subjects from lost or stolen masterpieces of world art.

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