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Large-scale project by Natalia Papirna "Bodyline" took place at Lera Litvinova Gallery

On August 9, Lera Litvinova Gallery opened a large-scale project by the Honored Artist of Ukraine Natalia Papirna, who became a history not only of Ukraine but of the whole world. Her works belong to the collections of museums in Germany, Macedonia, Poland, Ukraine, and some of the paintings were also purchased by the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine.

Natalia Papirna and Lera Litvinova

Natalia Papirna and Lera Litvinova

At the opening of the exhibition came collectors, connoisseurs of contemporary art, journalists of Ukrainian editions, bloggers, artists and art critics. Natalia Papirna also visited the exhibition, therefore all visitors had an opportunity to communicate with the artist about her creativity and presented works. Guests could also talk to the founder of the gallery Lera Litvinova and the director Leonora Yanko.

At the exhibition opening by Natalia Papirna "Bodyline"

At the exhibition opening by Natalia Papirna "Bodyline"

Natalia Papirna is a member of the Union of Artists of Ukraine. Her works were featured at exhibitions in Los Angeles, Lilly, Baltimore, London, Auckland, Nuremberg and other cities. Natalia created her own artistic system. Each of her paintings has its unique character and manner of execution and also preserves the unmatched style of the artist. The "Bodyline" featured artist’s new works, in particular from the series "Mechanisms", which Lera Litvinova Gallery presented in Berlin, Brussels and New York in 2017, as well as the canvases from other series.

Natalia Papirna

Director of the Shabshai Upgrade System, a member of the International Association of Anne-typology IEA (California), Galina Shabshai noted: "Painting is not just a part of the interior; it is a part of the author's soul. It creates an atmosphere, is able to inspire, give joy, happiness, make you think about your inner world and reveal the creative side of the Soul. Natalya Papirna's paintings radiate life-affirming, expressive power of the Will of the Man and the Restless Spirit."

Leonora Yanko and Lera Litvinova

Leonora Janko, curator of the project, art critic, art manager and director of Lera Litvinova Gallery asserts: "Natalia Papirna is Honored Artist of Ukraine, winner of the International Painting Competition" SEETAL-2006 "(Switzerland), a member of the Academy of Arts in New Zealand. We are very pleased to present the exhibition of such a significant artist because her personal exhibitions are a one-off event,therefore, we are happy to feature her works at our gallery."

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