A Place Called Nowhere (1997)
Oil painting by Slav Nedev


  • Oil painting, Canvas
  • One of a kind artwork
  • Size: 45.28 × 57.09 × 1.18 in (unframed)
  • This artwork is sold unframed
  • Signed on the front

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Slav Nedev


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Artist's description:

Thai work is the third work of a trilogy called Passing through Nowhere.
The trilogy is about the endless oscillation of life between up and down or dark and light. Therefore the other two (already sold, hence not listed here) works are titled Submergence (Downwards) and Emergence (Upwards) respectively. The Passing through Nowhere is about the desired moment of equilibrium, a static moment when there is no any movement, no category, no difference. For that reason I have used a simple mandala as background. But in this situation gradually the tension raises, the energy begins to swirl and manifest itself and this is visualized through the bright red strokes that float all over and fill up the space.

Later I have made a short video, in which the three paintings are transformed in spaces. The video Passing through Nowhere could be seen on YouTube.

There fine black laths on all sides of the painting and it does not need additional framing. So it's ready to hang.

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Materials used:

oil, canvas

  • Ready to Hang