The past and the future in a single creative impulse of Nikolai Zhuravlya Automatic translate
KIEV. February 20, in the Kiev gallery "Mystetska zbіrka" a presentation of a personal exhibition of the original Ukrainian artist Nikolai Zhuravlya took place. Her theme was "The Anatomy of Spring", combining two time planes - the past and the future.
Cave paintings and futuristic images in the artist’s imagination intertwined, giving rise to unusual paintings made in two techniques: gesso and painting. In this peculiar way, the artist reveals to the public the main topic that he has been studying throughout his creative career - the interaction of mother nature and the modern world.
How are the laws of nature combined with the pace of civilization? What determines the style of life - our whims or the inevitable law of time? What is the source of our strength - in the illusions of reason or a simple sunrise?
Each of us has a subjective opinion on all these issues. Residents of Kiev will be able to compare personal opinion with the vision of Nikolai Zhuravly until March 14. It is worth coming to the exhibition if only because it is extremely rare to see the ancient technique of levkas used to create futuristic forecasts!
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