The exposition consists of bright paintings by the artist from the collection of the gallery.
Artist Sergey Skutaru is essentially self-taught: he turned to painting, having nothing but a year of college and visiting several major museums. In his intensely colored, sharp works, there is no desire for a non-primitive, and even more so for stylization. But there is a handwriting and the lack of a framework that allows the artist to turn everything he sees into a picture without making a distinction between random reproduction, nature and memory - and without dividing the phenomena into main and secondary. The author’s ideas are overwhelmingly elementary with a very complex, sometimes improvisational performance. The artist himself says that the topic helps him find a random push from the outside, the emotional response that he receives from the world, as a requirement to return to the canvas.
Sergey Skutaru writes his portrait of modern Russia, seen from the inside, from the back door - and the emotional accuracy of this portrait leaves no doubt.