On September 24 the opening of exhibition of works of modern German artists of Nora Matoci and Thomas May took place in «AVEC» Gallery. This creative project, brought out with the assistance International charitable fund of Alexandra Feldman, is dedicated to anniversary of sister-cities Kharkov and Nuremberg.
In 2010, Kharkiv and Nürnberg celebrate 20 years of twinning. The first part of the celebration was hold in Germany in July. In September celebration of this event takes place in Kharkov. Headliners of the festivities are certainly the art groups, theatre troups, musicians and artists.
Exhibition in “AVEC” Gallery introduces the works of talented artists from the sister city and provides opportunity to expand the ideas of modern German arts.
Nora Matotsi: “Faces-space-urban landscape.” Nora Matotsa was born in Bavaria, she graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg with specialty of painting and sculpture, and also studied the history of arts at the University of Erlangen.
In her works the artist is mainly interested in man and his impact on the surrounding world. The nature, which Nora Matotsa loves truly, gives her artistic interest only if impact of human hand is visible.
Thomas May: “The spatial installations.” Thomas May graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Nuremberg and the Graduate School of Design in Karlsruhe. He is engaged in spatial installations of different plants, mainly the flowers.
His flowers don’t have roots that bound them to the ground. The absence of roots indicates an increasing removal of the inhabitants of the land from their earthly roots in the realization of the eternal law "Reach external passivity, firmly stick to the foundations of calmness! Thousands of things form their shape and aim the action, and I watch as they once again return to the calm state (Lao-Tzu)."
The exhibition is open from 18.00 to 20.00 on weekdays and from 10.00 to 18.00 on weekends. Free of charge.