Please join us for
the reception with the artists
Saturday, January 28th, 6pm – 9pm
About Yelena Kimelblat:
Yelena Kimelblat is a primitive artist-painter. She started to paint in 2008 and art became a means for Yelena to share with others her vision of life.
Yelena’s paintings belong to absolutely new genre… Yelena has the uncanny ability to see the unexpected side of the plain and the ordinary. One cannot arrive at this place with reason and logic. Her metaphoric thinking leads her to decisions that are so far from ordinary human associations. She gives birth to her art pieces somehow naturally, and they naturally communicate to us that which belongs only to her: her visions of things and happenings – her inner world. This perspective finds a connection with the people who view Yelena’s paintings.
Yelena’s artwork was selected by Metropolitan Museum of Art juried show “Wide Open 7”, Spring 2016. Yelena’s paintings are on display at private collections all over the world as well as in Columbia University Medical Center in New York, where she participated at Annual Art Exhibits in May-July, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016. Yelena received “Best in show” awards there. Yelena Kimelblat is exhibiting her art works in NYC galleries in Chelsea. Recently Yelena exhibited her art works at Museum of Russian Art, Jersey City, NJ. As a philanthropist of the arts Yelena played a key role in organizing many exhibitions, book launches and concerts not only at her Gallery but also in other prominent venues.
Yelena Kimelblat website:
Book Presentation (in Russian)
by Dina Perepelitsky – 5:00 PM
Dina Perepelitsky: About myself and the book:
I was born ten minutes after my twin sister Lena Kimelblat. We are twins. We are not just sisters – we are friends. This book about our childhood in Kiev.
Dina Perepelitsky book and a few stories to read:
Exhibition on view at the Museum
January 27th – February 4th 2017
Sunday ( January 29th) 1-5pm
Saturday, (February 4th ) 4-7pm
Alex (AG) Garber
Natalya V. Oleshkevich
Since the re-opening of Exchange Place station, the best public transportation option is PATH train from World Trade Center station (it’s just one stop to Exchange Place on any train).
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