Limited Edition Museum-Quality Photograph with a Certificate of Authenticity
ABOUT THE PROJECT:
When I saw her for the first time on the streets of Vienna (in 1999) she was in red. She was small, smooth and perfect. When I paid to have her in Sofia in 2001 the sun was shining and she was dressed up in bright yellow. When I am inside her I feel like a god who commands. And I know that I am a maniac because I have a relationship whit my car. She is a dream come true, sex, chocolate, take-off and landing of a powerful aeroplane. My car is my adrenalin.
Nowadays the artist doesn't drive the beloving car. He is only looking at her again.
RASSIM® - Krassimir Krastev (born in 1972) is among the most prominent heralds of a radical change in the concept of art in the Bulgarian art scene during the 1990s. His most popular series is Corrections, in which the artist uses his own body to reproduce current social stereotypes – the typical attractive macho man seen in ads, the muscular bodybuilder, the junkie, the 'other'. This concept has turned him into an emblem of the international art scene.
Monochrome Hub Gallery presents the project ADRENALINE.