Memories of the Future

  
Nov., 27, 2018  -  Feb., 16, 2019

Memories of The Future


Nov., 27, 2018  -  Feb., 16, 2019


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Future, the word represent beautiful and dreamy. Whether the emotions at the moment are happiness or sorrow, human always cherish the hope for the future. Lots of people regard it as the answer for everything, pursue it like chasing a kite. However, what is “future”?


Winter creeps on. Following the 2017 exhibition “Crossing the world”, GIN HUANG Gallery brings you again the Russian artist Anna Berezovskaya's solo exhibition “Memories of the Future”. Through the common creative medium “Oil painting”, the exhibition is intended to explore one of the most popular issue in the past and the present, “The Future”. If “future” is like a kite, people always admire the kite soaring in the sky, yet forget they are the person whose hands hold the cable. This is the key which can control the kite where to go and how high they can fly.


"How can you memories the future?" Anna recombine the perception of time and

space through her work, and cleverly points out that the future is not a hypothesis, but from the beliefs in our hearts and what we exactly do at this moment. The artist through unconstrained imagination and superb painting skills creates the beautiful stories and pictures, which as the metaphor within her arts to express her observations around the world and experience during the daily life.


The creations under artist’s painting brush just like fables. It’s fictional, but real in the same time. The canvas seems to be the voice of the artist. Abstract and figurative, realistic and surrealistic, the artist makes her works combined various elements standing on her head. Anna tries to convey lots of connotations via the beautiful and fantasy images and through the exquisite details easily leads the audience into the dimension of the artist.


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Future, the word represent beautiful and dreamy. Whether the emotions at the moment are happiness or sorrow, human always cherish the hope for the future. Lots of people regard it as the answer for everything, pursue it like chasing a kite. However, what is “future”?


Winter creeps on. Following the 2017 exhibition “Crossing the world”, GIN HUANG Gallery brings you again the Russian artist Anna Berezovskaya's solo exhibition “Memories of the Future”. Through the common creative medium “Oil painting”, the exhibition is intended to explore one of the most popular issue in the past and the present, “The Future”. If “future” is like a kite, people always admire the kite soaring in the sky, yet forget they are the person whose hands hold the cable. This is the key which can control the kite where to go and how high they can fly. "How can you memories the future?" Anna recombine the perception of time and space through her work, and cleverly points out that the future is not a hypothesis, but from the beliefs in our hearts and what we exactly do at this moment. The artist through unconstrained imagination and superb painting skills creates the beautiful stories and pictures, which as the metaphor within her arts to express her observations around the world and experience during the daily life. The creations under artist’s painting brush just like fables. It’s fictional, but real in the same time. The canvas seems to be the voice of the artist. Abstract and figurative, realistic and surrealistic, the artist makes her works combined various elements standing on her head. Anna tries to convey lots of connotations via the beautiful and fantasy images and through the exquisite details easily leads the audience into the dimension of the artist.


Has been creating the art since 17, through the delicate observation, Anna has accumulated rich experience in life, art and the world for more than ten years. The artist tries to use the fantasy images to express the world, which she wants to share with the viewer. “Color is very important to me, as it has a very important emotional role.” She said. “Four Season”, the classic work which is created in 2014, was inspired by the famous work "The Birth of Venus”. Just like Venus was born from the ocean. The girl, in the middle of the work, birth from the bubble. Putting each season into dresses and the background, the artist makes several time and space with in a artwork. Anna attempts to conveying that no matter which stage of life, people have a fixed routine in their daily life from the day they were born. Day after day, some people’s life elapse as year passed, yet some people can live splendidly and worth to repeat aftertaste. The difference between both is that people, who lives in the great life, are looking for beautiful moments during the days of repetition. 


The editor of Asian Art News and World Sculpture News magazines Ian Findlay-Brown FRSA has said ”Berezovskaya is a keen observer of the world, of its idiosyncrasies and of its orthodoxies, its emotional turmoil and generosity of spirit. In her various series she tries always to offer us more narratively and visually than before, which lends her art finely layered authenticity as well as making scenarios in which the familiar and the impulsive, the heroic and the mundane, the past and the present are fluid partners.”. Such conflicts and levels are properly applied in the latest works of 2018. The privation environment and the hope of the beautiful form a wonderful contrast in “Memories of the Future “. “The Game” makes the comparison of “waiting and searching” with more multilevel. “Narcissuc" tries to express that the narrow love will only make you don’t know how to love. “Evening Session” intents to show the connection between the past and the present. Anna is expert in making the details become the essence of the story. For instance, “Evening Session” uses for reference from the Hollywood film "Gone with the Wind” and points out that people can not build the future without realizing the past. At the same times, the artist also essays that we shouldn’t indulge in the pass, the golden age, and even the fictional world. Transferring the passion into nutrient and utilizing on our life will the future become bright and hopeful. Coincidentally echoes the classic quotes of the original movie "Gone with the Wind”: All gone with the wind all belong to yesterday, all hardships of all previous classics leaving is oriented toward the future.


"Real generosity towards the future lies in giving all to the present. “ — Albert Camus ”The Rebel “


The most charming aspect of time is that all accumulations are complementary.  On the occasion of the end of the year, the Russian artist Anna Berezovskaya's solo exhibition “Memories of the Future” attempts to use artist’s unique expressions to make audience re-examine the experience and growth of the past year. The artist tries to remind the viewer that the faith they believe and the method they use to face the life will accumulate and become their future. The combination of her techniques and methods give the audience a strong experience and deep appreciation of romantic-spiritual beauty.

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