|Personality and artistic style of the artist Irina Ryabova were both formed during the rebel 1990s in the atmosphere of the Post-Soviet Underground art. She took part in many exhibitions and events like projects from the LEM theater or SKIF festival. The main technique of the exhibited works is tachism (derived from the French word tache, stain). One can say that her works are full of bright colors, the compositions have no limits and the brush strokes are vivid and energetic.
Valentin Samarin, the next participant of the exhibition, is a Russian photographer, painter and a philosopher who in the early 1970s suggested a theory of alternative vision of reality. He called this reality Sanki and presented it in his photographs made within the silver-gelatin printing technique.
This exhibition featuring two artists allows its visitors to immerse themselves in a world of bright colors and abstract paintings.
The exhibition will be open from the 15th October until the 19th October, 2014 in the halls of the memorial museum of Isaak Brodsky.