N2N continues its mission to promote Ukrainian artists with a group show that meditates on the nature of time – “time itself is changeable, progressive, consumable in a way, and circulating, just like the human life is. Everything is subordinated to time and we are all in a way its servants. We are in a position to use the time we have and to make our existence a difference …”
Olesya Dzhurayeva (b.1982) brings us motifs from the past but in a way that share their timelessness; she’s been described as “a bright representative of the Ukrainian contemporary graphic school”.
Andrew Levitsky (b.1961) has an international reputation in different fields of graphic arts; for this show his work pays tribute to advances in technology, a vision born from the collision of industrial inventions and the iconography of timeless symbols.
Petro Lebedinets (b.1956) describes his art as the “reality of abstraction”, and his work extolls the predominance of vivid harmony over destruction.
To 26 April.
Above: Petro Lebedynets, Formula. 2009, oil on canvas. Below: Andrew Levitsky, Airplanes flight with big trees. 2015, intaglio on paper