Wednesday, 18 May 2022
Peak is a project about fashion, sports and culture with which we share values. Now there is a SAMPLE pop up in their space on Petrovsky boulevard. Here you can find series of Roma Bantik, Katia Luybavskaya and Erika Kristofersson Bredberg’s objects.
The artists featured at SAMPLE pop-up are connected by a desire to rethink traditional artistic practices – whether it’s painting, glassblowing, or an approach to design.
o_ojj.1001 is a series of small objects by Roma Bantik created exclusively for SAMPLE. Painting with metal, the signature moulding technique in which Roma creates his works, is a way to give a second birth to aluminium scraps (discarded engines, engines, even parts of tanks) and to make traditional painting waste-free. The solidified drops of molten metal can also be used as an accessory – for example, by clipping it onto a hook or as a pin, as Roma himself does.
Katia Lubavskaya’s Design Zero series is a statement about contemporary design. The artist encourages us to «brush away the karma of intrusive visual images and look at design in its absence». The project is a bit ironic: after all, zero has form and transparent is almost a colour.
Erika Kristoffersson Bredberg’s work is inspired by her childhood – the artist was first introduced to art through her mother’s vinyl record covers and her father’s comic book collection. The artist strives to move away from the traditional approach to glass making and to establish a direct contact with the viewer through her work, turning to humour and satire as a universal language. One can find oneself in the characters created by Erica – sometimes a little shabby, but with a smile on one’s face.
The artworks are displayed and available for purchase at the Peak Store at 8/1 Petrovsky boulevard.
To participate in the auction, you should register on the website - registration takes just a minute. Please enter your first name, last name and the email address. Your personal account is ready, now you can track your orders and save favourite works.
On the auction page you can "visit" a virtual exhibition, see framing examples and how the works look on the walls. If you want to make a bid, click on the link – it will take you to the auction page of a chosen lot.
The first bid may begin with the starting price of the work. You can determine the maximum price that you are ready to bid (you will need to place it manually) or choose the price with a proposed step of 1,000 rubles or 2,000 rubles using the up arrow in the price window. In order to place a bid, you need to click on the "place a bid" button - you will shortly receive a confirmation email. If another participant broke your bid, you will receive an email notification offering to make one more bid, which must be higher than the opponent’s one.
You can buy a lot for the offered price without participating in the auction by pressing “buy now” button. Congratulations! You won the auction and became the owner of the work.
If your bid was highest at the end of the auction, or you clicked the “buy now” button – you won the lot. You will receive an email with confirmation and a link to make the payment for the work. After the payment, the gallery manager will get in touch with you and confirm the order.