Sunday, May 13, 2012

'A Singular Vision' opens today at The Ukrainian Museum

From the EV Grieve inbox ... via The Ukrainian Museum at 222 E. Sixth St. ...

A Singular Vision: Ilona Sochynsky, Retrospective of Painting, a comprehensive exhibition of more than 50 paintings, including many large-scale works from all phases of the artist's development, will open to the public today. Curated by Jaroslaw Leshko, Professor Emeritus at Smith College, the exhibition will be on view through October 7.

Ilona Sochynsky’s painting career, entering its fourth decade, presents an oeuvre of visual beauty, intelligence, intensity and complexity. At its core, it is a profoundly personal journey of discovery. Her earliest paintings explore the imagery of Pop Art (she was especially drawn to the works of James Rosenquist) and Photorealism, a movement prominent in the 1970s. She responded to the latter’s hyperrealism and its subject matter of cars, motorcycles and street scenes, which she reinterpreted in her work to extraordinary effect.

Fetish in Black & White
2008, oil on canvas


Anonymous said...

Looks good....
also the annual Ukrainian Festival on 7th street is coming up soon, isn't it?

- East Villager

EV Grieve said...

@ East Villager

Yes! This coming weekend... I'll post the flyer.

Anonymous said...

i love going to the ukrainian museum - they always something interesting on exhibit!