Greht (b. 1989) is a self-taught artist based in Saint Petersburg. Using found materials such as metal, wood, and stone, he crafts pseudo-archaeological objects from undefined historical periods. Greht also works with graphics, creating images that are permeated with the sense of being lost in the constant war between us and world around, between us and ourselves. His works have been shown at group and solo exhibitions in Saint Petersburg and Moscow.

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