I'm leaving! Painting by Darya Lobeeva (vaysbrem)
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Original artwork, 80×80 cm, 2024
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Characteristics of the Painting “I'm leaving!”

Year of creation2024
Dimensions80 W × 80 H × 2 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Materialsacrylic, canvas
Type of packagingcardboard box

Description of the Artwork “I'm leaving!”

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Shestov and Camus. “The Apotheosis of Groundlessness” and “The Myth of Sisyphus.” The little man is thrown into an alien, incomprehensible, fundamentally unknowable and hostile World. Eternal questions of philosophy. The absurdity of existence and rejection of “eternal principles.” Riot. And the immortal “there is only one truly serious philosophical problem...” (at this point I always cry, everything else is very sad there...). The man is in the upper left corner of the picture. It is very small compared to the rest of the space - gloomy urbanism, emphatically devoid of color and shape. He leaves, we see his back and emotionally outstretched arms. He's tired of us all! Tired to the point of nausea, regardless of whether we actually exist or whether the Wachowskis are right and it’s all just the Matrix (And Huxley, who generally assured that the Earth is the Hell of some other planet. And we are all just exiled here to serve sins there...).

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About the artist

Artist Dasha Weisbrem (Lobeeva). Place of birth: Ufa, Bashkortostan. For a long time she lived in Moscow and the Moscow region, Russia. Currently lives in Minsk. The nickname "Dasha Weisbrem" is a reference to family history that can be traced back to the 17th century. The Weisbrems lived in Austria in the 17th century, and from the 19th century one of the branches of the family lived in Bialystok (Poland), Grodno, Minsk (Belarus). Education and main profession – advertising, marketing, PR in the IT field. In the last few years, he has been producing original scripts for web series. I became seriously interested in painting in 2016. Hobbies: traveling, visiting museums (painting), reading, Italian opera, ballet, classical jazz.

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