On November 15, the opening of the exhibition “RED THREAD” took place in the MASTERSKAYA gallery (IMMI gallery).
“An invisible red thread connects those who are destined to meet, regardless of time, place and circumstances. The thread may stretch or tangle, but it will never break.”
Within the framework of the exhibition "RED THREAD" the artists Marianna Chayka and Irina Kovalevskaya focus on the theme of kindred spirits, based on the inner feeling of one's own freedom, which manifests itself in the natural process of life.
The red thread of fate originates from an ancient East Asian belief. According to this myth, the Gods tied red threads around the ankles of those, who are destined to meet each other.
Caroline Hyland (Thought Catalog) interprets the red thread as something that gives us freedom. “It’s much easier to rush into the unknown, get into new places and move on to a new stage in life, knowing that there is a red thread that stretches into the future and connects us with a person who can catch us, teach us something new and change us.”