27-30 October 2016
Thu, 27 Oct 2016, 18:00 – Sun, 30 Oct 2016, 17:00
Private view on 27 Oct, 18:00
The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL
Free on all days. To attend private view on 27th October please register here.
GRID ART FAIR presents a large selection of contemporary artists who will exhibit at the 4 days event in one of the most known venues in East London, the Old Truman Brewery. Art Collectors and Art Enthusiasts will have a great opportunity to buy directly from the artists. The selection is based on photographs, illustrations, paintings, and sculptures. The event will be filled with art and entertainment. Grid Art Fair will source for new talents, giving the opportunity to collectors and art lovers to invest in new emerging artists not yet known to the large public.
Born in Cherkasy, Ukraine in 1975. Graduated from Cherkasy Arts College and Stat Business College, qualification: designer. Took tuition from the talented artists like Yu.N.Melnik, V.D.Nesterov, V.A.Afonin, and also honoured artist V.I.Klimenko.
Canvases by Tania Cherevan are emotionally charged and notionally full. Synthetic postmodern rythms are naturally intertwined into art-nouveau space and sensitive orbit of the 60-s esthetics with its constructive and minimalistic decisions.
Women and flowers in Tanya’s work are delicate and gentle creatures. Refined lines flow and dance captivating viewers by fascinating beauty. The images of young ladies are harmoniously floriated. Their bodies turn into ornamentation and ornamentation – into bodies. Gold adds daintiness and loftiness to her heroines. Tetiana encourages to look at woman with admiration by subtly depicting her individuality and rich inner world.
Irina was born in 1975 in Cherkasy, Ukraine studied arts and relocated to Munich, Germany in 2004, where she continued her studies and work. Multiple prizewinner in textile arts. To create her works Irina uses traditional techniques of painting on fabric, hand-embroidery and quilting. Irina creates not only planar objects, but also three-dimensional arrangements to be used both in the interior and exterior.
Clay, thread and fabric are combined in her compositions, going beyond the standard concepts such as textiles and sculpture.
Her artworks reflect patterns of nature – unique colours and colour transitions, which are barely visible for the human eye.
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