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Exhibitions

Collective exhibition
Art Shuffle 4

11 June — 07 July 2021
24 BIS ART GALLERY

Collective exhibition
Art Shuffle 4

16+

In the first summer month, BIS ART GALLERY presents the works of artists from the permanent collection. All of them differ from each other in their artistic style, and outlook, and different life experiences, and background, their unifying criteria are originality and recognizable style. The deep portraits of Mamuka Didebashvili, painted with the artist's thoughtful and intellectual approach, are a combination of the traditions of the multilayered painting technique and the perfectionism of the old masters and bright modern colors. Along with the paintings of Mamuka, the phantasmagoria of Romanoz attracts the eye, whose bizarre and often very frank images are born in the course of transcendental meditations. Theon Yamanidze also reveals human nudity in his works. The brightness of Surazitsa's palette attracts as well as the masterfully written details of her surreal paintings on the theme of the eco-crisis, and the multi-layered collages are striking in their nuance. Marina Lizorkina's works can only be fully appreciated live, as her “petal technique” creates interesting optical illusions. Live the pulsating and emotional abstraction of Polina Zaremba and the calm structuredness of the color of her father Yevgeny Zaremba are felt in a completely different way; otherwise, in real life, the meditative and graceful abstraction of Asya Bagaeva is felt. Anna Cech's conceptual work includes postmodern references to iconic works of art history. Young Vangranda catches on with the expressiveness of street art and the jumble of symbols and images that reflect the world created by the artist. Oksana Afanasyeva works with decorative motives, the ornament becomes a semantic medium. Belarusian artist Anna Silivonchik presents two of her works: the installation "Imperfect Woman" and "Singing Bird". The combination of text and visuals sarcastically plays on contemporary themes of feminism and self-determination.