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Fondness for fashion Installation

Olga Kosheleva



Size: 78.7 W x 25.6 H x 39.4 D in

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About The Artwork

This artwork is dedicated to the problems of the society of consumption and preservation of the thin balance between the progress and eternal values. Olga raises the issue of consumerism with humour and suggests that the viewers comes up with their own answer as what is it that they need for happiness?

Details & Dimensions

Installation:Wood on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:78.7 W x 25.6 H x 39.4 D in

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Olga Kosheleva was born in 1986 in Kyiv, Ukraine. Since the start of her career in 2011, Kosheleva has been working with oil and acrylic on canvas. In 2015, she began producing sculptures, always using unusual materials, including wheels, baths, bicycles, telephones, and more. In 2017, Olga received an award for her art from the Biennale del Belvedere di San Leucio in Italy. A constant for Olga has been her expressive use of the clothes that she wears. Most of her dresses are painted on and decorated with brushes, themselve spieces of art. Once, Olga started to paint the glasses in the sunglasses that she was wearing. “We should look at the world through art,” she said. “This is the power that can change our lives.” Soon, that pair of sunglasses inspired her to create a collection of over-sized wooden eye-glasses with miniature human figurines and paintings within. “Vision of the World” is her new project. It concerns society. Every pair of eye-glasses reflects one of our social problems. Each manifests an appeal for immediate action. In her works, Olga unveils the relationship between society and nature, the place of the individual in the world and one’s responsibility for one’s environment. Her artwork, “Icebreakers,” was awarded the Leonardo da Vinciprizein Florence in January 2018. The artist’s works are held in private collections in the U.S., France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Italy, Great Britain, Ukraine, Russia and elsewhere.

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