the exodus of artists

10 000 

Technique:Acrylic, black stone and teddy bear on canvas
Dimension: 59 x 86,6 inch

Artist expresses the universal and timeless exodus of humanity. It doesn’t belong to any country, it is not reserved to any category of population, a colour of people, but it must touch us from wherever it comes from.

As in all the personified figurative paintings of Svetà the message is at the same time ultra-personalized with the presence of known characters, often artists like Nivèse Oscari, only female artist of the School of Nice, and her husband Frédéric Altmann, photographer and critic of the School of Nice, and so many other artists for whom Svetà has so much admiration.
She is also Svetà’s own daughter in front of her abandoned teddy bear…
But the work of Svetà Marlier is never pessimistic, it injects in permanent filigree message of hope, that of a people on the move, who is extricated from the darkness, the greyness, the despondency, which is committed to light and hope. with children in the front line of course.
Text of Peter Kirchem

A work proposed by Gallery 22
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| Artist : Stevà Marlier

Born in 1975 in Moscow in a family of artists, Svetà Marlier joined the Art School of the Russian capital at the age of 8. As soon as she graduated from the School of Fine Arts and the School of Cinematography in 1998, she decided to move to France. In Paris she studied at the famous Penninghen School of Graphic Arts, before moving to Nice, irresistibly attracted by the beauty and light of the Côte d’Azur capital, home of many Russian artists for a long time. Today, it is through series that she best expresses her work. Svetà takes part in many cultural and artistic events on the French Riviera. She also regularly exhibits her work in her gallery-studio in the centre of Nice. Drawing from her roots, she puts all her creativity at the service of hope in a triumphant and beautiful humanity. The diptych “La Vie” invites us to travel somewhere between Africa and Mesopotamia in search of the origins of humanity. The artist explores Genesis and expresses here the bliss of life, evoking the links between all species, men, women, mammals, birds.

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Dimensions 220 × 150 cm