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KM FINE ARTS – LOS ANGELES
JOHN MICHAEL RUSNAK FIRST EXHIBITION AT THE GALLERY
Fear of Nostalgia
May 17, 2013 – July 12, 2013
OPENING RECEPTION, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 2013, 7:00PM – 10PM
Los Angeles, May 9, 2013 - KM Fine Arts announces Fear of Nostalgia, John Michael Rusnak’s first solo exhibition at the gallery. Rusnak’s iconic series of six magnificent triptychs represent the culmination of more than 100 days spent in Cuba. Although entirely shot in Cuba, the images are universal symbols provoking a reflection on the necessity of equality and equity among people. As the Modernist movement viewed art as a guide for writing, Rusnak’s interpretations by the inspired writings of Plato, Gandhi, and Cuban José Martí became the basis for his exhibition. Fear of Nostalgia is Rusnak’s attempt to stimulate the viewer of humanity’s pervasive lack of historical reflection that seems to prevent a racially balanced, equal and unified existence for all mankind.