Figure
 Frančeska Kirke. Three Figures with Masks. 2008. Oil on canvas. 176x156 Kate Krolle. Perfume of the Body. Etching. 13x20 
  Ieva Liepiņa. Ophelia. 2005. Oil on canvas. 200x100 Juta Rindina. Copying Cranach. Melancholia. 2010. Stoneware, porcelain, glaze. 18 x 34 x 24 
  Inga Ģibiete. My thoughts are so loud that I cannot hear my mouth. Dry needle, copperplate printing machine. 60x42 
4.08.2010-4.09.2010Ilona Biezaite, Elīna Poikāne, Aivars Vilipsons, Frančeska Kirke

Figure

Ceramics. Graphics. Painting. Sculpture

The sunny summer and influential exhibition “Swimmers” in Latvian National Museum of Art, inspired the exhibition “Figure”. Every artists conceives it differently — beautiful outline, plastic, proportions.

Ilona Biezaite with her bronze shark that also has a figure, and she gracefully demonstrates it. Body shapes inspired Elina Poikane (Elīna Poikāne). On the exhibition invitations are displayed Franceska Kirke (Frančeska Kirke) variations of “The Three Graces” by Rubens, however, there are figures with “problems” and their causes has found Aivars Vilipsons (“Hamburgers”).

Photo credit: Juta Rindina. Copying Cranach. Melancholia. 2010. Stoneware, porcelain, glaze. 18 x 34 x 24

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