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One-man art show "Silent Confession” by Tatyana Fadeyeva

26.12.2018 484

On December 25, 2018, the Gallery of Fine Arts of Uzbekistan opened one-man art show "Silent Confession” by Tatyana Fadeyeva.


Tatyana Fadeyeva is an artist with bright original talent. Her works express all the feelings of female soul - love, sadness, desires and dreams. She creates her own intricate world of images and stories through color and picturesque texture. Her work is a kind of illusory world, which invariably rests on the constant search for knowledge, creation and love.


The author reveals himself through the characters of "The Little Man" series. The search for the eternal and the present - in "The Undying Love" and "The Holy Family" series. The series "MateriYa" interprets the creation based on the search for answers about creation of the world, darkness and light, the sphere, flesh and soul. Her thoughts about human treason are so interesting in the polyptych "Three Wise Men. The Last Sacraments". This subject is additionally covered in performance art "Adoration of the Magi or Countdown".


Tatyana believes that the artwork should be marked with sincerity, as the artist is nowhere so sincere and open as before the canvas, which, in turn, reflects the essence of the things concerning the author. The artist’s works are the very “silent confession.”


The exhibition will last until January 25, 2019.

 

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