Entrance from Kozhumyatska

"Entrance from Kozhumyatska" is a personal project of the artist Anna Shcherbyna, created within the creative residence of the Bereznytsky Foundation.

"Entrance from Kozhumyatska" is a personal project of the artist Anna Shcherbyna, created within the creative residence of the Bereznytsky Foundation.


The focus of the artist's work was the Bereznitsky Art Foundation exhibition space and the street behind it. The project presents the feelings and thoughts of the author about the flow of states, the interpenetration of time and space, internal and external. What is depicted in Anna Shcherbyna's paintings and drawings refers both to the past of Kozhumyatska Street, with its dilapidated buildings and wild thickets, and to the future in which nature can once again prevail over human creations.


Anna Shcherbyna (1988) is a contemporary Ukrainian artist. Works with media such as painting, graphics, video and installation. She graduated from the Grekov Odessa Art College and the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture in Kyiv. She studied at the course of contemporary art of the School of Visual Communications (Kyiv, 2013 - 2014) and at the School of Involved Art (School of Involved Art) "What to Do" (Berlin, 2014). Participant in the exhibition of nominees for the PinchukArtCentre 2020 Award, co-curator and participant in the exhibitions "Golden Rose Cave" (Closer, 2019) and "Spinning Wheel, Sword and Deer" (Museum of Local Lore, Stanytsia Luhanska, 2018), participant in exhibitions "Your Space", PinchukArtCent , "Socialist Realism. Surrender to others "(National Art Museum of Ukraine, 2017) and others.



 

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