180x245 216 страниц. 2015 год. Hatje Cantz Verlag With her gift for delicate, empathic observation, Olga Chernysheva discovers art in the everyday and tells of simple, yet wondrous people and things. Her work definitely represents a kind of realism. But this is less critical or subversive than characterized by a consciousness of compossibility, whereby it is possible for different statements and patterns of thought to coexist. Even if this does not apply to everything imaginable, the real, extant world is indeed the site or embodiment of the compossible, and it is the inexhaustible the site or embodiment of the compossible, and it is the inexhaustible source of Chernysheva's art. This book, alongside the artist's exhibition at the Kunsthalle Erfurt, documents many of the drawings and nearly all of the videos and photographs that Chernysheva has produced since 1990. It contains essays by Boris Groys and Silke Opitz as well as an interview with the artist.