Ebecho Muslimova’s work centers around Fatebe, an uninhibited character, who subsumes the neuroses and anxieties of her creator. This screenprint with relief depicts Fatebe blasting toward the moon over an atmospheric haze in a brazen display of sexuality, vulnerability and humor.
Fatebe’s physical contortions and unpredictable quandaries play themselves out like performances. Each work depicts a single event that uncannily combines self-consciousness, comedy and vulnerability.
Writing in CURA., Natasha Stagg says of Fatebe: “As her life continues, Fatebe is faced with newly articulated objects, stretched over landscapes that are populated with new temptations and ghosts. With adoring precision, Muslimova codifies the echoes of domesticity, luxury, nature, education, psychology, fetish and art itself—images that have the capacity to haunt her. Nothing can deter Fatebe, though. From her gleeful smile, we can assume that her convictions only gain momentum with every new opportunity to test them.”
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Ebecho Muslimova creates paintings and works on paper that combine self-consciousness, comedy and vulnerability. The artist is known for her raucous and sexually uninhibited character “Fatebe,” whose physical contortions and unpredictable quandaries play out like performances on the canvas.
This screenprint with relief depicts Fatebe, the artist's uninhibited character, blasting toward the moon over an atmospheric haze in a brazen display of sexuality, vulnerability and humor.More
- Framed: 24.0 x 34.0 in.
- Edition of 45
- Signed and dated
- Edition of 45
- Published by Utopia Editions
- Printed by Marginal Editions and Shore Publishing, New York
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