"What is displayed on the walls of the Capitain Petzel Gallery literally tugs at our subconscious. our subconscious. The isosceles walls, according to the New York-based painter New York-based painter Sanya Kantarovsky, the offspring of a Soviet-era refugee from Moscow to the U.S. during the Soviet era, suggests both religious architecture and physical architecture and physical symmetry. He plays virtuously with figures, motifs and gestures. In this way, he navigates through the styles of art history."
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