post-title Lentov / Elena Fuks | Nonverbal Stories | Hazegallery | 14.01-05.02.2022

Lentov / Elena Fuks | Nonverbal Stories | Hazegallery | 14.01-05.02.2022

Lentov / Elena Fuks | Nonverbal Stories | Hazegallery | 14.01-05.02.2022

Lentov / Elena Fuks | Nonverbal Stories | Hazegallery | 14.01-05.02.2022

until 05.02. | #3283ARTatBerlin | HazeGallery shows from 14th January 2022 the exhibition Nonverbal Stories by the artist Lentov. Lentov is the pseudonym of the artist Elena Fuks. The exhibition is curated by Iren Russo. 

In program structuralism’s essay by Roland Barthes, The Death of the Author, a philosopher research phenomenon transforms author’s ideas in the reader’s minds into something different. How does it happen? How does our personal experience influences our text’s interpretation and understanding? Why is author’s idea isn’t the same thing as the reader’s interpretation? According to Barthes when the reader sees the text, and starts reading it, interpreting it, the author is dying, because his idea is transforming and never will be the same.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of HazeGallery - Lentov - Diptych_01_Sence Trip
Lentov, Diptych 01 Sence Trip, acrylic, graphic, canvas, 1950 x 1300 mm

In visual arts, as in texts, the same process is happening. We see an artwork, and our imagination, life experiences, education  help us to understand visual forms. It’s a unique, unrepeatable understanding for everyone.

The solo show of the artist Lentov Non-verbal Stories is about an essential trait of art — an ability to make a viewer feel and reflect. It is the first time Lentov presents abstract artworks and introduces the audience to the new phase of her artistic career.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of HazeGallery - Lentov - Fair_collab with M F 2021
Lentov, Fair, collab with M.F., 2021, acrylic, graphic, plywood, 800 x 600 mm

“The abstract era of my oeuvre started two years ago. I wanted to share something personal, not in any verbal ways, to allow you to read my diary that was written without using any words”.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of HazeGallery - Lentov - City on Cloud 2020
Lentov, City on Cloud, 2020, acrylic, paper, 500 x 320 mm

Abstract art is more delicate in the case of “storytelling.” This art style is not so straight, but it conveys mood and emotions much more accurately and gives a broader field for imagination and reflection. Each artwork is a personal story of the artist and each viewer, and all these stories are entirely different.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of HazeGallery - Lentov - Love Cloud 2020
Lentov, Love Cloud, 2020, acrylic, paper, 500 x 320 mm

Artworks at the exhibition are made in different techniques and on various materials. The main artwork of the exhibition is a 3,9 x 2,6 m diptych that was never shown before.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of HazeGallery - LENTOV - Light Insight 2021
Lentov, Light Insight, 2021, acrylic, canvas, 600 x 600 mm

Lentov is the pseudonym of an artist, illustrator, painter, designer, and graphic designer, Elena Fuks.
Elena was born in 1993 in Moscow. She was educated in British Higher School of Arts & Design, Istituto Europeo di Design Barcelona.
She started her artistic career in 2009. Today the painter lives and works in Barcelona.
For now, Elena has had  six personal exhibitions and participated in sixteen group exhibitions, including the exhibitions in London, Barcelona, Moscow, Lisbon, Cologne, Berlin, and Venice.

Vernissage: Thursday, 13th January 2022, 7:00 pm

Exhibition dates: Friday, 14th January to Saturday, 5th February 2022

To the Gallery



Title image: Lentov, Birthday, 2021, Acrylic, transparent orange plastic, 700 x 265 mm

Exhibition Lentov / Elena Fuks – HazeGallery | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

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