The educational platform Artsvit for Children presents program participants' results in a new exhibition project. The name of the exhibition coincides with the self-titled work created during the educational course. The TIGRODINOCHELOVEK is an attempt to analyze the participants' work during the Artsvit for Children platform, taking into account their impressions of acquaintance with the art history, directions, styles and personalities.
The Artsvit for Children program has been in the gallery for two years and is dedicated to the art history, particularly Ukrainian art. Our goal is not only introducing the child to the art styles and directions but also immersing him into the atmosphere of contemporary art and gallery life, where exhibitions, festivals, master classes and interesting acquaintances take place.
Everything we can imagine is real, and especially children's fantasies. The TIGRODINOCHELOVEK is a synthesis of reality and imaginary, a chance to look deeper into your unconscious and possibly meet it face to face again.
The authors: Pasha Lysnyak, Arina Chorna, Anya Badyul, Nastya Lyedyenyova, Alisa and Eva Kopninski-Petritchenko, Amin Mansurov, Dasha Titimets, Vanya Irigubov, Nikita Korchagin, Matviy and Gordiy Maksimenko.
All works can be purchased, 100% of the funds will be transferred to charity exchanges Dobrodiy.
The new course of the Artsvit for Children platform starts from mid-September and will be titled Trick the Art.
About the Artsvit for Children philosophy. Children are the most grateful listeners who consider the art not as a hobby or just a chance to spend the time, but as a significant part of their attitude. Once Pablo Picasso said that he could paint like Raphael, but he would need his whole life to learn drawing the way a baby does.
What we used to consider as a "natural talent" is most often acquired in childhood and usually does not disappear in adulthood. Children's creativity is a basic need and it is not accompanied by a desire to recreate the world realistically or simply beautifully. Unlike a mature artist, the child works spontaneously and only eventually learns to use his own experience, emotional maturity, collective memory, but at the same time remains to be a child. It is the biggest challenge for a professional artist, is not it?
The child is not limited to aesthetic contemplation, familiarizing himself with the works of eminent authors. Looking at the picture, he easily invents his own plot interpretations; associates abstract works with familiar forms and objects; while the works of contemporary provide a huge space for the most advanced interpretations, which are unquestionably trustworthy.
Each child is an artist, he easily and directly communicates with the world, paints his imagination, and after all creates new microcosms, experiments and incarnates in his works own feelings, and not the vision.