2012. Plasticine, glass. 27 × 42 cm.

At first sight, familiar pictures from the Renaissance and Baroque periods are formed from modeling clay in bright colors reminiscent of childhood days, which attract the viewer. However, war and torture prevail in Inna Levinson’s pictures. The artist takes the horror out of the hellish landscapes of torturing people and demons by clearly overstylising the depicted figures and scenes and immersing them in brightly coloured modelling clay.— Carolin Modes