Evgeniya Maltseva Will Showcase Her New Works at Art Russia Fair
The contemporary art world does not stand still and now charts the course to achieve new heights of artistic craftsmanship. The next crucial point of this year will be Art Russia Fair that will take place in Moscow on February 20–23. In this post, we want to draw you attention to the presentation of Art-Office “Gallery FEDINI” that will be featuring works by Evgeniya Maltseva, a true genius of Russian expressionist art. The artist will present her new artworks titled “Prayer/Ecclesiastes” and “Meditation.”
Evgeniya Maltseva, Art Russia Fair & Art-Office “Gallery FEDINI”
Born in 1983 in Izhevsk, Evgeniya Maltseva has gone through a long way to achieve brilliance in art. Now, she is a respected name amongst contemporary Russian artists, who has been featured at many solo and group exhibitions around the world. Art Russia 2020 is one more opportunity for her to demonstrate the internal revelation through artistic images. As for Art-Office “Gallery FEDINI,” it is a new-born platform aiming to promote Russian contemporary art in Russia and abroad. Their main goal is to provide artists with freedom to create their best works, help collectors build meaningful collections, and establish new collaborations with various art institutions.
“Prayer/Ecclesiastes” and “Meditation”
One of the reasons to visit Art Russia Fair is the aforementioned “Prayer/Ecclesiastes” and “Meditation” by Evgeniya Maltseva, which are the intense bearers of profound messages. Following the concept of the upcoming exhibition, which is based on the deeply personal and intimate parts of human beings, these works perfectly supplement the atmosphere by depicting the spiritual calamities that most people in the modern world struggle with, such as mental insanity or restless mind.
The artist not only pays attention to these inner human characteristics but also raises the question of their nature. In trying to achieve balance, each piece meticulously shows the signs of both spiritual and physical states. Dynamic lines, tears, and cuts on the skin represent the fundamental elements of the body and soul. The main questions remain the same. How do people find their way back to God? Where should they seek harmony? How to end a hectic run in the fast-paced world? You will find the answers at Art Russia Fair 2020!
Originally published at https://300magazine.com on February 18, 2020.