Eternal Fusion : Joint exhibition by Baroque Anarchist and Anna Oborotova curated by Marjan Farjam

Eternal Fusion joint exhibition by Baroque Anarchist and Anna Oborotova. It conveys a timeless blend of their artistic styles and the enduring impact of their collaboration.


Eternal Fusion is a compelling joint exhibition by the visionary artists Baroque Anarchist and Anna Oborotova. This exhibition masterfully blends their distinctive artistic styles, creating a timeless tapestry that showcases the enduring impact of their collaboration.

Anna Oborotova invites us into her dreamy world, presenting a collection that transports viewers to an abstract garden. Building upon her previous success at The Hyde Gallery with "Behind Closed Eyes," which captivated collectors, Oborotova's current works elevate her signature style. Her pieces feature highly abstracted forms of bodies and flowers, rendered in muted, calm colors that exude tranquility and introspection.

Contrasting yet harmonizing with Oborotova's serene compositions, Baroque Anarchist's collection bursts with bright, vivid colors and experimental abstraction. Known for pushing the boundaries of artistic expression, Baroque Anarchist juxtaposes dynamic forms and vibrant hues, creating a striking visual dialogue with Oborotova’s subdued palette.

Both artists draw inspiration from the tranquility of natural English gardens, each interpreting the serene landscapes through their unique artistic lenses. This exhibition not only highlights their individual talents but also underscores the synergistic energy of their collaboration.

On May 31st, from 6-8 pm, visitors will have the opportunity to engage with the artists on a deeper, more personal level during an exclusive interview session. This event promises to offer invaluable insights into their creative processes, inspirations, and the profound connection between their works.

Eternal Fusion is more than an exhibition; it is an exploration of artistic harmony and the timeless beauty of nature reimagined through two distinct yet complementary perspectives.