Last Thursday evening I had the pleasure of attending an evening of poetry at the Chelsea Art Museum in NYC. The evening was part of a series of events scheduled around an exhibit titled Concerning the Spiritual Tradition in Russian Art. Some very famous names were represented, you can read a very interesting description on the link above. I found several pieces very inspiring and thought I would share them here with you.
Hope you have a chance to see this wonderful exhibit, it's only open until June 11th.
|bold detail from Composition by Mikhail Koulakov|
|Can you feel the passion in that red stroke in The Church of Saint Trifon by Tatiana Levitskaia?|
|I was in love with the shadows produced by an instalation by Artem Mirolevich|
|This is detail from Alexander Ney's Weatherman|
|Shimon Okshteyn, Color of my City (a detail)|
|How lovely and quilt-like is the detail from a work by Valerii Pianov?|