Anna Charina #myMoscow Automatic translate
с 16 по 27 Марта
ул. Моховая, д. 10, стр. 2
#my Moscow is one of the most popular hashtags on Instagram. Several million people have their own capital - bright or cloudy, cheerful or dull, sparkling with lights or dirty, with uncleared snow and crumbling paving slabs. As Oscar Wilde said, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Artcultivator and the art space “APART 10” present the exhibition of Anna Charina #my Moscow The view of the artist is always special, and even more so of the artist, whose work has been connected with the theme of the city for almost 25 years. In Moscow, Anna Charina does not have a capital gloss, overgrown parks are preserved here, and there are laced benches in them, Zhiguli-kopecks still rust in the dark Arbat courtyards, and Moscow City shadows still do not lie on the “golden helmets” of churches.
Thanks to the author’s technique, the watercolor landscapes are light and lyrical. The artist as an archaeologist fixes not just leaving, but already gone nature - Moscow, which is no longer there, but in which we all would like to be back.
The exhibition, which will unfold in a historic building under the walls of the Kremlin, will feature more than 60 paintings and graphic works.
Opening hours of the exhibition from March 16 to March 27:
March 16 / Saturday: from 16-00 to 20-00
Tuesday - Friday: from 16-00 to 20-00
March 23 / Saturday: from 12-00 to 20-00
Sunday and Monday: days off
Address: st. Mokhovaya, d.10, p. 2, Art. metro Alexander Garden, Borovitskaya, Library. Lenin
Anna Charina was born in Moscow in 1975, graduated from the Children’s Art School No. 1, the art department of Moscow State University of Printing Arts. Member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia, the Professional Union of Artists, International Art Fund.
The author has more than 20 personal exhibitions. The artist’s works are in private collections in Russia, the USA, Canada, Germany, China and other countries.
Lives and works in Moscow, is engaged in easel painting and graphics.