7.9.2022 | Culture
A new exhibition has opened at A-Art Gallery in Narva
Text Mark Taylor
Photo Eduard Zentsik
Vladimir Kopõlov’s new exhibition “Calligraphy-Deconstructed” has opened at the A-Art Gallery, in Astri Keskus in Narva. The 25 works in the exhibition allow viewers to immerse themselves at the crossroads of the rational and irrational.
The exhibition “Calligraphy-Deconstructed”, highlights the rejection of stereotypes, and does not dictate or imagine continuity, allowing the viewer to see, create and interpret this continuity in their own way. The exhibition was created with the goal of provoking a desire to look more closely at the details that make up our world and life.
“Calligraphy-Deconstructed” is a combination of two elements, the rational and irrational. An attempt to understand the truth based on two opposites. The artist tries to find harmonies at the crossroads of order and chaos.
Vladimir Kopõlov, is a young and talented artist whose name is rising in recognition in the region.
The exhibition will be on display at the A-Art Gallery, in Astri Keskus in Narva until September 15.
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