Victoria Ustinova. DANCING RIVERS & BLOOMING YARDS 0+ Automatic translate
с 11 Ноября
по 7 Декабря
Творческий кластер “АРТМУЗА”
Васильевский остров, 13 линия, дом 70-72
Gallery "At the Golden Staircase", 4th floor.
The personal exhibition of the artist under the pseudonym Ewlisiya is “a wandering circus of introverts and eccentrics to the songs of Patrick Wolfe and Tom Waits, settled in the area of the courtyards-labyrinths of the Fontanka overlooking the infinity of the St. Petersburg sky. "
Victoria Ustinova conventionally divides the exposition into three parts - all of them are about why they love St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg, like any significant place, is not only physical objects, but also the totality of its past, cultural layers, music that is written and played here, people’s expectations and hopes, ideas and fantasies. This whole cocktail, like a thick May aroma of lilacs, fills squares and courtyards and tells the artist what paintings to paint.
Life and nature, hidden in the depths of rivers and St. Petersburg courtyards, are of greatest interest to Victoria. In her vision, the rivers “dance”, reviving, and the courtyards “blossom”. Two series of expositions are dedicated to rivers: "The Bottom of the River", illustrating the imaginary biosphere hidden under the water column; and “The Neva has no bottom” - about the houses themselves. “St. Petersburg is two different cities at night and day. Houses dance, channels change places, and streets, like cats, now stretch out and release their claws, then curl up into balls. Peter hums and falls asleep on the soft turf again. ”Victoria depicts the fantasy side of the city’s nightlife, which the imagination organically weaves into reality when we peer into the darkness, in the third episode -“ Pagan poetry ”.
Victoria Ustinova is a St. Petersburg artist, illustrator and fashion designer, a graduate of the St. Stieglitz. One of the founders of the art group "Innri Rodd", as part of which she participated in exhibitions in the spaces of Artmuz, Annenkirche, AGA-gallery, HORS. Victoria’s graphic works are in private collections in St. Petersburg, Moscow, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Japan.
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