Sublimation #1 Collage by Yulia Lenina

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Sublimation #1

Yulia Lenina

Russia

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Abstract collage from magazin papers. This piece is a part of the series "Sublimation" made from Harpers Bazaar issue May 2019. The series is about adapting to the new circumstances and sublimating the energy of longing for a beloved one into the art making.

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Yulia Lenina is Moscow and Kyiv based artist, working with acrylic, oil and collage. She explores such personal themes as interaction of a human being with the Universe, trust to the world and chance. The main subject of her paintings is a landscape as a possible reflection of a human being. She thinks that art is the personal act when an artist is emotionally and physically dealing with a canvas and medium, creating a dialog between all three. In this dialogue she does not have a strong plan, often following the medium and accepting happy accidents. It is at the same time the interaction with the world and the inner self, when a person accepts all the world gives. As Barnett Newman said "Just as I affect the canvas, so does the canvas affect me." Painting expressively, she creates a complex body of layers, color and texture. Abstract forms, complex texture and partly raw fields of canvas give the sense of imperfection where the beauty is. Then, the dialog between the piece and a viewer begins. She believes that art making expresses the universal experience of being alive and individual.

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