Roland Orépük Big Circle UA30.07.2019
EXHIBITION # 3 of International Collaboration on Contemporary Art “The Big Circle”, which will begin on August the 1st, will be opened by French artist Roland Orepuk, the founder and curator of International Bienniale of Non-Fiction (BANO) in Pont-de-Clé.
Roland Orepuk (born in 1950) is one of the most important figures in modern, subjectless art. In the context of the institutional support crisis, Biennale, launched in 2011, gave a significant impetus to the development of this artistic direction. In addition, by inviting more less well-known artists with excellent beliefs in artistic stylistics, Roland has achieved a representative representation of subjectless art, both in geometric and lyrical trends.
The artist himself works in reduction aesthetics. Since 2004, he uses exclusively in yellow and white in his works.
“To simplify, to use a minimum of resources to get the most and be convincing is what I consider to be the perfect definition of reductionism and all my work.”
The grand opening of Exposition # 3 begins at 7:00 pm.
The Big Circle Project was prepared by the KNO Art Association Kyiv Non Objective
The exhibition is supported by Adamovskiy Foundation
M17 Contemporary Art Center
Antonovicha st., 102-104