Ukrainian Baroque Exhibition at Triptych Gallery

Ukrainian Baroque Exhibition at Triptych Gallery

Triptych Gallery opens the new season with the debut exhibition of contemporary Ukrainian painter Anton Popernyak. A native of Luhansk, and a graduate of the Kyiv National Academy of Fine Art and Architecture, Anton's canvases bring a contemporary edge to the Old Masters.

Triprtych welcomes everyone for the cocktail launch this Thursday, 25th January 2018 from 19:00 and presents 2 new series by the artist Anton Popernyak: UKRAINIAN BAROQUE and FACES.
Originating in the 17th century under Hetman Ivan Mazepa, UKRAINIAN BAROQUE was an artistic style that fused West-European baroque architectural forms and Ukrainian national traditions. Anton Popernyak's opulent canvases reinvent classical forms and subjects for a modern audience.
FACES/// is a series of minimalist contemporary pieces that explore the feminine ideal in the age of mass advertising. Glamorous and expressive, the artworks allude to science fiction and the fashion industry alike.
Source: Anton Popernyak | Ukrainian Baroque Facebook page.
Address: 34, Andriyivskyy Descent, Triptych: Global Arts Workshop

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