Solo exhibition “Lost paradise”Petro Sypnyak

WELCOME TO 16 of December 2021.

Mythmaking probably dates back to the creation of the World. Whether Mankind is a co-creator of myths or just trying to interpret them throughout its history, but mythology is pagan, ritual, ancient, religious, is actually a fertile ground for understanding many phenomena and events.
Not surprisingly, along with philosophical and theological, artistic interpretation of myths occupies no less important place and fulfills the mission of figurative explanation evolution.

It is not the first time that Petro Sypnyak turns to his interpretation or immersion in mythology, which resulted in the whole thematic cycle “Action” or “Mystery”, which is based on the artist’s interest and study of the cult of Dionysus and encrypted deep meanings as the primary source of all living things, separately or in parallel, the artist is immersed in the theme of biblical stories, which is outlined in the works of the Christian religious direction.
In a new series of works, united under the common title “Paradise Lost”, the artist returns again and again to the eternal questions of Man’s search for harmony and balance between mind and feelings, instincts and spirituality, awareness and intuition. Taking the concept of the Garden of Eden as the cradle or childhood of Mankind, the artist considers the expulsion from paradise as the loss of human innocence of the worldview, as pushing an adult chick from its mother’s nest and encouraging its own flight, insecure, timid , but an indispensable condition for the transformation of Alcide into Hercules, where every fall and failure, temptation or loss of balance, is not seen as a defeat, but a prerequisite for the future confident flight of the Falcon. God does not punish the loss of paradise of his children, but lets them go to independent life, and awaits the return of the Prodigal Son, already spiritually mature on the threshold of the paradise dreamed of by Mankind.

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NoFilter Dubai 2022- Exhibition

 

The event is organized by DWTC in partnership with Dubai Tourism and is set to be the special Expo Dubai 2021 edition expecting over 70,000 visitors with hundreds of features and activities.  The show will be held for four days between 24-27 November in Dubai Harbour , a world-class maritime destination boasting the most advanced cruise terminal and the biggest marina in the region.   This upcoming event is organized to give the VIPS, families , art collectors, and public buyers the opportunities to explore and find new artworks

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Future Events

Sara Bernar ● Solomiya Krushelnytska. Tosca: life for the sake of art

We invite you to Ivan Dudych’s lecture “SARA BERNAR ● SOLOMIYA KRUSHELNYTSKA. TOSCA: life for the sake of art “, which will take place within the curatorial project of Galina Trintsolin” Art Deco and modern trends “in ART Salon VELES.
The goddess of secession – this is how Sarah Bernard is called. Solomiya Krushelnytska, the mistress of the musical Olympus of Art Nouveau among Battistini, Caruso, Ruffo and Chaliapin. The dramatic performance and the opera “Longing” changed the life of each of them, and the work itself became the leitmotif of the era.
The figures of the two Primas shine brightly on the horizon of theatrical art under the auspices of Melpomene – Sarah Bernard and Solomiya Krushelnytska. What do these two stars of the drama and opera scene have in common? After all, they have never met in life… However, they have much more in common than it may seem at first glance! .. What was the life of the two Prim? What unites them and, conversely, separates them polarly? Each of them is a reflection of its era, style and incredible power of talent! What is left in the shadow of the spotlights under the guise of mystery? We will discover together the well-known and unknown Sarah Bernard and Solomiya Krushelnytska.
The most important thing !!! We will visit the exhibition project “Art Deco and modern trends” and “Let’s meet” with Sarah Bernard and Solomiya Krushelnytska face to face! We will hear their voices, which brought to us the wax cylinder of the phonograph and the vinyl record. The lecture will feature an original graphic portrait of Sarah Bernard by “Spanish-Frenchman” Alfonso Lamott and a photo portrait of Solomiya Krushelnytska, which was the decoration of the concert poster for Carnegie Hall.
Give yourself unforgettable moments only with ART Salon VELES.
And remember, discovering the world of art at a rendezvous at ART Salon VELES is always fun!

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