Grace Glueck, “Komar and Melamid: Symbols of the Big Bang,” The New York Times, January 3, 2003.
Mikhail Iampolski, “Symbol and Origin,” Fulcrum; an annual of poetry and aesthetics, Number 2 (Cambridge, 2003): 315–332.
Dream Factory Communism, curated by Boris Groys and Max Hollein, Schirin Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, Germany. (with catalog)K&M start to transform some of their Symbols of the Big Bang into stained glass. See the international show:
Berlin-Moscow, Moscow-Berlin 1950-2000 with catalog, curated by Ürgen Harten, Professor Angela Schneider (Neue National Galerie), Christoph Tannert (Künstlerhaus Bethanien), Pavel Choroshilov (deputy cultural minister of the Russian Federation), Ekaterina Degot and Victor Misiano, (at The Martin-Gropius-Baw, Berlin).
With the permission
of K&M, people start to copy some of the Symbols
of the Big Bang for their body tattoos. For an example, see the
shoulder of David Farris, New York.