Irina Kovalevskaya says: “It is impossible to separate nature from the economy now. The more active the humanity is, the more acute the issue of environmental pollution becomes. Civilization is extremely intensively mastering and filling the media space. Toxic information flows and emissions have no less devastating impact on humanity and the planet than natural disasters.”
One of the central exposition objects was the triptych "Reflections" by Marianna Chayka that suggestscogitating on how circles and reflections on the water surface resonate with the human essence. Being the center of a small impulse, our actions diverge into the outside world and then return back to us.
MAKE SENSE, the communication agency with expertise in the art economy, was responsible for the concept and idea this year.
The organizers approached the nuances of the current situation as environmentally friendly and carefully as possible and provided the guests with the possibility to enjoy the paintings without being distracted by secular duties of posing for cameras.https://moscow.arttube.ru/event/vystavka-esg-art-ekologiya-dushi-tvorcheskogo-obedineniya-xolst/https://arthive.com/ru/places/11151~XOLST