Born in the USSR, now a citizen of the independent republics of Ukraine. He studied at the architectural department.
About My Art:
All unhappy, but each unhappy in its own
Art to the period of modernism pursued humanistic purpose to serve the ideals of goodness and beauty. But strangely enough, the road to beauty was littered with bloody spikes. Beauty was powerless in the fight for this man. Ultimately, in the twentieth and early twenty-first century civilization, the flywheel starts to slip, and society, entangled in imaginary hopes and illusions, starts to wander in the spaces of multidimensional synthetic reality. The beauty is closely connected with faith and religion. It gives hope and no real paths to the attainment of happiness.
Art of modernism has succeeded in dehumanizing and, not having found a true friend in existence, found a ghostly quiet in the muddy waters formotvorchestva. Careful attention to the object of all human castrates creative and performing arts, and therefore there is a need for shifting the focus from object to subject, from the external shape to internal content.
This view of modern art is psihorealizm (Greek psyche - the soul, Latin. Realis - real). This new artistic trend studies and sells the works of symptoms of individual and collective experiences. This is not stagnant dogma, but a careful look into the inner world of man with his aspirations and hopes. In a world without glossy magazines and soap operas, look sharp, disinterested and at times hard as life itself. And the only artist who sincerely believes in the healing power of art for the soul realizes that psihorealizm exactly the look of things, which is required of modern civilization as a purifying medicine. Psihorealizm not intended to change people's perceptions and to overthrow the existing social ideology, because it is a purely artistic practice.
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