City No. 2 is an artwork by Yury Pervushin.
The city is under a thick blanket of snow. In “City No. 2”, shapes rise from a milky whitening bottom. The viewer could experience this artwork horizontally, with the city under the snow, through an air zenith view. Or in a tridimensional way, in the perception of a classic bird’s-eye view. Eventually, he can also use both points of view, according to the suggestions of the Cubist sights in the twentieth century. Shapes and details sometimes partially clear-cut, sometimes barely mentioned, are leaving space to different suggestions, to different keys of reading.