Ceramic dramaturgy of Nata Popova from Uzhgorod will soon be seen in Kyiv (Announcement)

22 March 2016 19:01  48119480 0120679
Ceramic dramaturgy of Nata Popova from Uzhgorod will soon be seen in Kyiv (Announcement)

On March 25, at 17.00, in the National Museum of Ukrainian Decorative Folk Art, there will be the opening of the exhibition "In Search of Illusions" by Uzhgorod artist Nata Popova, the arthoda.com informed.

Nata Popova's art represents modern Transcarpathian ceramics, where her works stand out for a distinct plastic language. A ceramist with a classical education, the artist always stood out for individual vector of art searches. Intuitive attitude, wandering in a net of intellectual battles and diving into the depths of cultural heritage are just a few elements of her art dramaturgy.

Today's works of Nata Popova are a kind of frozen ceramic pantomime, where the artist shows her ability to think and feel with form. Rhythm of lines and planes of space, volume and weight in the works of Popova as if provoke the viewer to preparation of life reference points and taste preferences. Depersonalized images reflect the loneliness of a human being in the world of the city alienated from nature.

The exhibition will run until April 17 at: Kyiv, Lavrska 9, Block 29.

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