“I SEE PHOTO AWARDS 2021” at Invogue#Art
An exhibition of photographs of the international competition winners will be held in the Invogue#ART gallery from January 28. “I SEE PHOTO AWARDS 2021”.
Cover photo: Mykhailo Rai “Point” series
The exhibition presents the author’s photohs by contemporary authors, whose unusual searches set the vector for developing photographic practice in Ukraine. The exhibition is dedicated to art photography, which reflects the artistic vision of the world.
The exhibition participants are young authors whose works have already been awarded by critics, jury and experts.
You will be able to see the works of the winners and finalists of the competition, including:
- Vera Minailova (absolute winner of the ISPA’21 competition),
- Tetyana Mytsyk (First place in the ISPA’21 competition)
- Mykhailo Rai (Second place in the ISPA’21 competition)
- Kateryna Kutsevol (Third place in the ISPA’21 competition)
- Olga Stepanyan (Fourth place in the ISPA’21 competition)
Vira Minailova is a nugget, a self-taught artist who has great artistic talent and the ability to create not just art photography but works of art.
Mytsyk Tetyana is a thriving art photographer, she shoots in the style of pop art and kitsch. She likes the photos to be visually beautiful and full of social content. Her works are kept in private collections in America, Canada and Ukraine.
Mykhailo Rai is a master of surreal digital collages. Mykhailo Rai’s works are known worldwide and have been awarded at many international competitions, such as ND AWARDS, PX3, MIPA, and other photographic events.
Kateryna Kutsevol is a master of an artistic self-portrait. Kateryna Kutsevol’s works are presented in the international photo gallery Duncan Miller Gallery (Los Angeles, USA) and several galleries in Ukraine.
Olga Stepanyan is a self-taught photographer who has her unsurpassed style, already recognisable among other authors working in the genre of black and white photography. A photographer whose work is known and loved in many countries worldwide.
You can see the works of these authors in the exhibition and buy them for your collections!
The exhibition will run from 28.01 to 28.02 2022