The End of the Twentieth Century by Begov, and Jegolenkov

The End of the Twentieth Century by Begov, and Jegolenkov

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Giclée Reproduction: 22 x 26 velvet fine art 

About World Wall

“The World Wall” is a 240’ traveling mural installation designed by Judith F. Baca. Sponsored by the Social and Public Arts Resource Center, the World Wall began its world tour premiering in Finland and the Soviet Union in 1990.

One of the primary goals of the exhibition is to reach the widest possible audience and create an arena for dialogue. An innovative traveling installation system of poles, guy-wires and canvas frees the murals from the restrictions of conventional art exhibitions. Seven panels 10 foot by 30 foot each assemble into a 100-foot diameter circle, traveling to public spaces nationally and then internationally.

About The End of the Twentieth Century

Soviet Union 1990

The End of the Twentieth Century portrays the transition from the crucifixion of the idea of revolution to the citizens prayerfully pleading for better life, happiness, more certainty in the future, peace, charity and compassion as they look to the sky in the twentieth century. Asked to portray a “Vision of the Future Without Fear,” Soviet artist Alexi Begov’s gripping work portrays a cautious light amidst the darkness. Hope is personified in the form of a young child who, while making the sign of the cross, looks anxiously toward the future. ‘My idea of the revolution is a crucified man and three Soviets crane their necks to look skyward while a blind man gropes toward a glimmer of light with his cane.