Exhibition of Graphics and Sculpture by Elizabeth and Denis Donchenko "Labyrinths of the Mind" Automatic translate
с 18 Мая
по 10 Июня
Творческий кластер «АРТМУЗА»
Васильевский остров, 13 линия, дом 70-72
Gallery "Business Art", 3rd floor
The exhibition of Elizabeth and Denis Donchenko (1965-2014) is an exhibition of two outstanding artists, father and daughter, a tribute to the memory and the continuation of joint work.
Denis Donchenko, due to illness, being blind, worked in the technique of electroforming, created sculptures using wood, gypsum, clay as a material. The artist liked to create a synthesis of different arts, so almost every work was written as if a small ironic and absurd story in the style of the notorious Mighty Bush. His work is a symbol of fortitude and an unbending love of life. The author’s works are in private galleries in Osaka, San Francisco, Hamburg, Milan, etc.
Elizaveta Donchenko in her works examines the complex mechanisms of human interaction with himself and the world around him, deliberately adding grotesque and awkwardness to his characters, who seem to be closely within the framework in which they are forced to exist. They are trying to deal with these conditions, find a way out through hundreds of roads and stairs that they are destined to overcome or fail miserably. Will they be able to go through the labyrinths of their own minds, or was the Creator inventing these labyrinths? And is such a division appropriate at all? An involuntary analogy makes one think about the life path of an ordinary person who, in the darkness of ignorance, grabs his puppet strings, trying to find his own path to light and freedom.
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