In the gallery of the House of Master Class is an exhibition of Julia Lazarevskaya "Fr_z-Freeze". The exposition consists of 55 picturesque portraits. Frieze - decorative composition in the form of a strip or ribbon (freeze, English - freeze, hang, freeze).
“Three years ago I wrote a double portrait of“ We, ”and, like the hero Marcel Proust, tasted the Madeleine cookies soaked in linden tea, plunged into memories. Memory, like a ribbon of a meander, composed of labyrinths, fascinated me and I hung (freeze) in my fantasies in Kiev schoolgirls born in the 50s. Some of them were like my classmates, others appeared in my imagination. Unfamiliar, they were and demanded that they come up with the name, character, temperament, notions of who their father or mother was, imagine their teachers ... The forgotten faces of the teachers surfaced in front of me and dictated their special signs and school nicknames ... I seemed to have opened the Prussian gate to the old garden and found fragments of stone frieze in the thickets of honeysuckle. The embossed letters on them read: "Meander, a diamond, where you are again at the beginning of a turn," says Julia Lazarevskaya, explaining her plan.