22-25 January 2016
Meliá White House, Albany St, Regent’s Park, London, NW1 3UP
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Ukrainian sculptor Egor Zigura (Kyiv) with his project “Aftertoday” participates in the International Contemporary Art Fair ARTROOMS 2016 (art-rooms.org), on 22.01.2016–25.01.2016 at Meliá White House, Albany St, Regent’s Park, London, NW1 3UP.
ARTROOMS 2016 gathers artists from 65 countries of the world.
By the project “Aftertoday” Egor Zigura mentions that in a social conscience of mankind there exist images of things stable, eternal, everlasting. These are things the one can look at for hours, quietly beholding their unique perfection. And what if these images could look at us? What would they see in our civilization, rapidly changing, weak, uncertain? So many things in the world are changing, not leaving a single trace. Probably, the mankind moves to nowhere?
In the exhibited project are presented artworks “Colossus, which fell”, “Colossus, which stood”, “Colossus, which contemplates”, “Appearing Colossus”, “Disappearing Colossus”, created with mixed materials – bronze, polyether resins, glass.
An organizational support for the participation was provided by s.com.ua – Postmodern Art Gallery.
About the artist
Egor Zigura is a talented Ukrainian artist of contemporary art: easel and monumental sculpture in bronze, stone, wood, metal, plastic.
He experiments combining various traditional and modern materials.
He was born 1984 in Dnepropetrovsk city (Ukraine), graduated from the State Art School named by Taras Shevchenko (2003), and sculpture department of the National Academy of Art and Architecture (2009).
Now he is an assistant trainee of the National Academy of Art and Architecture (since 2010), and works as a teacher of drawings and sculptures in the University named by Karpenko-Kariy in Kyiv (since 2011).
Egor Zigura is a member of the National Union of Ukrainian Artists (since 2012).
His artworks are in the Memorial estate of Lyzohub family (Sednev), Museum of O. Saenko (Borzna), in private collections in Ukraine (including Viktor Yushchenko, former President of Ukraine), Russia, Denmark, Germany and other countries.