WarsawEmilia Kina. Le soir qui tombe. Raster Gallery Warsaw

Emilia Kina. Le soir qui tombe. Raster Gallery Warsaw

Does a painting reveal more or hide more? Emilia Kina looks at the nature of images, the illusion, but also their physical structure. In the works, she often refers, although in a non-obvious way, to works from the history of modern and modern art.

“Le soir qui tombe” is the title of a painting by the Belgian surrealist Rene Magritte, it’s an inspiration for the Emilia Kina to create a multi-stage painting story. Inside the gallery, Kina’s paintings are arranged in a kind of scenography. This stage concept contains the promise of sublime pleasure, but also anxiety related to the elusiveness and fragility of the long-awaited moment, this perfect moment, this unique image.

Place/ Raster Gallery, Warsaw

ft/ Kate Zaniewska

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