Exhibition of photographer and artist Anna Velichko "Chronos vs Chaos" Automatic translate
с 2 Ноября
по 19 Декабря
Творческий кластер “АРТМУЗА”
Васильевский остров, 13 линия, дом 70-72
Conference Hall Gallery, 3rd floor.
Armuzi Gallery, “Conference Hall”, was transformed for its guests by revealing the mystery of the balance of Chronos and Chaos, which Anna Velichko managed to reflect in the cycle of author’s photos. A part of the works from the Chronos vs Chaos series presented at the exhibition was exhibited in January-February 2016 in the Mayak Photoloft as part of the collective project Stendhal Syndrome. Documents. Part 1, ”curated by Nadia Kuznetsova, has now been supplemented and culminated in new thematic photographs that have not yet been presented to the public. Incredibly atmospheric images captured elements of ancient sculpture, architecture, an instant of mood, an unsaid gesture, a look, a mysterious smile, under the movement of a foggy, restless haze of eternal and changing times.
“A series of photographs of Chronos vs Chaos was born in the ancient halls of the Hermitage. I lived a small life in the midst of ancient sculpture, the beauty of which was felt especially unshakable and impeccable in the ever-changing stream of museum visitors. I was dissolved in this stream, no longer understanding who was watching whom, who was changing the space. Before my eyes, the sculpture came to life, gained a soul, and the flow of people turned into a natural phenomenon, depersonalized. The ancient stone preserves a timeless, divine essence, obeying the will and instrument of a brilliant master. The gleam of gadgets, jewelry, watches, year after year changing according to fashion, clothes, hairstyles, everything turned into wind and sand. "
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