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Igor Kalinauskas (INK) paintings: "THE INFINITY OF SPACE"

Igor Kalinauskas took up painting relatively not long time ago, having already won a fair name in the world of art and science: a well-known keen art director, writer, philosopher and psychologist, scientist, professional musician.
Hermann Hesse wrote: "... There is no bottom or top, this exists just in one's brain, in the domain of illusions". Kalinauskas puts "the domain of illusions" on a par with reality, he even brings stability to the imaginary world gazing arrogantly upon the fuss of the real world. The strained and severe peace, bright like a carnival and strict like a fugue, the balance fraught with explosion - all this is immersed in time seemingly stark for ever, the time principally inconsistent with the brevity of human life.
The great can be concentrated in the atom, in its particles, as human conscience is neither grand nor minute, while it is the conscience that has all of the worlds inside. The"grandeur of the minor", the "value of any item" - this is the dominant feeling one has watching the " bunching of the planets" in Igor Kalinauskas's infinity of space.

Mikhail GERMAN
Professor, Doctor of Fine Arts
Academician of Academy of Humanities
Member of International Association of Art Critics (AICA)
Chief research associate of State Russian Museum

Mystery of Time (Magician's Office)

Oil, canvas
4 canvases 200x100 cm; 4 canvases 80x80 cm;
1 canvas 150x150 cm.

The Last Supper: Spirit, Flesh, Blood

Oil, canvas
12 canvases 100x100 cm; 7 canvases 150x150 cm;
1 canvas 150x150 cm.

Wandering stars

Oil, canvas
7 canvases 100x100 cm.

Entering the fire

Oil, canvas
2 canvases 60x80 cm;
1 canvas 120x85 cm.

Mystery of Zikr

Oil, canvas
2 canvases 100x100 cm.

Primary

Oil, canvas
1 canvas 140x140 cm;
2 canvases 170x100 cm.

Creation Of Planets

Oil, canvas
2 canvases 100x100 cm.