Visitors had a chance to explore poetry and glass art objects created by Victor Melnychuk and Beata Corn during the recent year. All the art pieces remind of whimsical underwater creatures. The special effect is also created by special LED diode lighting inside the objects.
Underwater diving creates the feeling of isolations and divine calmness. Time is standing still while new fragments of life are being opened in from of viewer’s eyes. The process of diving also refers to viewer’s inner soul and subconsciousness. It seems like after the immersion a person can have a leader and quite different view on various objects and notions. That is how the artist Victor Melnychuk explains the genuine meaning of this art project.
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Dmytro Paliyenko, the founder of the Sky Art Foundation thinks that this art exhibition in Kyiv will be interesting not only for contemporary art adepts and artists themselves, but for designers and (surprisingly) divers and all those who are in love with underwater theme. The «Diving» art project reveals the grace and beauty of underwater world.
Sky Art Foundation was established in Ukraine in autumn 2014 as a private initiative with the purpose of support and development of a new generation of Ukrainian painters, working in the sphere of contemporary art, and also for promotion of international cultural exchange and integration of Ukrainian culture in the world art context. Fund actively carries out exhibitions and charity activities, organizes international art-projects, produces cultural events with participation of Ukrainian painters and provides grants for talented artists.
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All visitors can attend the «Diving» Art Project at the art space «Tse Hlyna» (2B, Naberezhno Luhova street, Kyiv). The exhibition will last till December 28th, 2016. The visiting of the exposition is free of charge.
Photo source: «Diving» Facebook Event page