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Exhibition 1 − June 29, 2019

En plein air à rybalsky

On May 15-18, Lera Litvinova Gallery conducted an art project "En plein air à Rybalsky" in a residential area of RYBALSKY with the participation of 13 artists, which included an open-air for artists, workshops, the creation of performance and media art, a lecture-study on art history.
What can inspire an artist more than living and inanimate nature! Majestic mountains and immense steppes, picturesque landscapes and city views, cozy streets, parks and rivers - the beauty of the surrounding world inspired creative people for centuries. Plein airs were especially popular with the Impressionists (that's when the plein air as the term became widely used). The project "En plein air à Rybalsky" also took place on the territory of the RYBALSKY residential area, thanks to which artists had the opportunity to be inspired by the views of Podil and Dnieper from the upper floors of houses, the aesthetics of the industrial landscape, to capture the revival and changes of the island.
The exhibition also opens the veil in the question of who is a modern artist. Does he create the future, or fix the present? A variety of trends and techniques, tools, stories and intrinsic motivations that are inherent in project participants, remind of the impossibility of a collective portrait of the artist and destroy existing patterns in the perception of creative life.
The unique chronicles of the project, the process of creating a performance and media art will be broadcast using LG OLED TVs during the exhibition from 1 to 29 June.
Lera Litvinova Gallery expresses gratitude to the partners of the RYBALSKY project and the leading producer of materials for professional artists ROSA, as well as the Ukrainian office of LG Ukraine, because supporting cultural projects is not only a sign of the sociocultural responsibility of companies, but the degree of public readiness for the development of the country.
Lera Litvinova Gallery invites cultural figures and art lovers to the opening of the eponymous reporting exhibition on June 1 at 16:00.
The exhibition is open from June 1 to June 29 according to the gallery schedule (Tuesday-Saturday from 12:00 to 19:00 | Weekends: Monday, Sunday).
Address: Kiev, st. Embankment-Rybalskaya, 3 (the territory of the LCD Rybalsky). Free admission., e-mail: tel. 050 033 33 17