18.05.2018 - 03.08.2018

Vera Trofimova

IT ALL STARTED AND NEVER END

Vera Trofimova, a young artist, graduated from the faculty of graphics, the Repin State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. In her first personal exhibition in the gallery Inner Voice, she presents a series of objects and graphics. Vera uses plastic, creating shapes that are felt by living organic beings or plants, each of the created particles is unique, together they create bizarre forms, simultaneously similar to what we can see in nature, but not represent anything existing. The layers of graphics and deformed plexiglass enhance the effect of the microcosm, creating spaces for living ductile lines. The whole series of works addresses the question: what is life, where does it go and why does all this exist?

23.02.2018 - 20.04.2018

Stephan Spicher

In this series of works Stephan explores the idea that not only man can observe nature, but nature also looks at him through mythical essences, elementals.

7.12.2017 - 9.02.2018

Alena Tereshko

at the exhibition there are presented documents reflecting futile, but not meaningless attempts to love yourself, which means to choose from plurality and accept unattractiveness

1.12.2017

Unforeseen

On December 1, it was presented the first part of the “Unforeseen” exhibition of the young artist Alena Tereshko: three videos, about the inner eternal conflict of a person, told on behalf of a woman.

  1. “Girl from the Urals” – Venice Biennale, 2013
  2. “Just my own” – Internationale Kurzfilmtage, Oberhausen, 2015
  3. “Angel of labour”

Video “Angel of labour” is shown for the first time as part of Alena’s personal exhibition in Inner Voice

22.09 - 26.11.2017

As a project exhibition intentionally hasn’t any accompanying text. The term itself supposes direct translation of an image from an artist to the viewer. I think that creativity is a research process, same as science, but in the area of feelings. And conclusions aren’t verbal but emotional. And this emotional perception is conclusion too.

Dmitry Zhukov