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Moscow native Dasha Shishkin's mesmerizing dreamscapes have been compared to the likes of Goya, Egon Schiele and Henry Darger in a recent issue of Vogue. She's represented by Zach Feuer Gallery and is being touted as stand-out emerging talent this season. Her work is sexy, funny and colorfully nuanced, her subject matter engages epic themes of cultural identity and subconscious exploration and starting today is available on Cynthia Rowley's Exhibition A. The work is an archival inkjet print stretched or unstretched in a signed open edition which is available until October 8th. [Racked Wire]