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Monika Furmana. Mechanical Soul
26 October – 22 November 2019
TSEKH gallery (Vytenio str. 6, Vilnius)

TSEKH gallery working hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 2-8 pm.

To mark the celebration of its 17th birthday, the capital-based Meno Niša Gallery invites everybody to visit the Mechanical Soul exhibition by painter Monika Furmana. The exhibition will run from 26 October until 22 November at Tsekh Gallery (Vytenio str. 6, Vilnius).

Monika Furmana’s exhibition Mechanical Soul will present works of an impressively monumental size reaching up to 5 meters. As Meno Niša’s spaces are not enough to host such paintings, Mechanical Soul moved to Tsekh Gallery.

With her exhibition Mechanical Soul at Tsekh Gallery, Monika Furmana will seek to reveal a man as an integral part of the material environment. The main theme in Monika Furmana’s works is a woman and her body. In her artworks, the artist provocatively and intrepidly deconstructs a woman’s body and changes her identity. The artist is fascinated by the blurring boundaries and contrasts that are shocking and exciting at the same time.

“The human being is material. It is materialistic in another sense, too: I consider the work of art itself as an object, i.e. a thing that exists independently of me (its creator) alongside with other things of the objective world. I observe how an artwork miraculously reveals the historically changing relationship between a man and a thing, a man and the nature, and religion. While departing from the idealisation and spiritualisation of an artwork, I emphasise and contemplate the materiality of the painting and the creatures born in it”, presents her latest exhibition Monika Furmana.

(Article used from official Meno niša Gallery ( page.)


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