Collages. The End of the Epoch.
Since the Cherkashins' exhibits are developed in relation to particular themes and correspond to individual exhibition spaces, their compositions varies from exhibit to exhibit. Exhibitions are composed of photographic materials and newspapers, which are turned into pictures, bouquets of flowers, and figures of people. The print medium attempts to convey auditory, graphic, and rhythmic information. All of these different artistic forms converge in the unifying space of an exhibition, where each element remains at the same time a work of art in its own right.