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A White Dove. Visual Art of Violetta Terlyga.

2012-03-16

Белая голубкаA White Dove, 2011Виолетта Терлыга с преподавателем Евгением Котляром и Анной ГринкерVioletta Terlyga, Eugene Kotlyar, Anna GrinkerMarch 16, 2011 in the North building HNU of V.N. Karazin, on the basis of the Israeli cultural center in the mini-center of State of Israel embassy an art exhibition "A White Dove" was opened. Organizer - International Jewish Student Organization "Hillel."

Violetta Terlyga is the author of the exhibition. She is a sixth-year student of the Kharkov State Design and Art Academy, a member of Kharkov National Ukrainian Union of Artists organization. In her art works young artist combined the past and the present, biblical images with troublesome XX century, the state of Israel and diaspora. On her trip to Jewish shtetls, which became the basis of the exhibition, the artist says:

"It has been always paper, ink and paint ready, and those rare moments when it was possible to paint real objects of special value. For me it was a discovery of the existence in almost every former town of Jewish cemeteries with different style tombstones. Matsevi, resembling legs with feet in Berdichev are still in my memory, and elegant steles in Satanov Medzhibozh. By the way, I have been to Medzhibozh before, but I never knew of such rich Jewish heritage of this city. Generally speaking, I was amazed by the wilderness, and a question that stuck in my mind – where did people go, what happened to them?"

Exhibition will work for a week. Location - Department of International Economic Relations and Tourist Business, Room 388. Admission is free.

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