Pierre Cardin

Today’s artistic space suggests various forms of exhibition ideas, which include international projects joining together the sites of private galleries and professional museums. It naturally resonates with the artworks of authors from the constellation of outstanding and promising young artists with huge creative potential whose talent is expressed through various complex types of fine arts that have place for painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, art objects, photo art and video art. And this is a consistent pattern. As Pablo Picasso said: “The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web.” All these features are fully inherent for Eva’s artwork, which has an organic tendency towards conceptualization of philosophical aspects of modernism and postmodernism. Her works are a unique, coherent and very personalized artistic world, and due to this, it is not less interesting than considered as a mouthpiece of general plastic and philosophical trends of its time. Eva’s artwork is symbolic in the context of understanding and interaction of tradition and innovation in contemporary art. Being in the avant-garde, she reveals connection with the deepest roots of culture, having a new understanding of the role of tradition that is organically combined with the continuity of creative experiment and artistic quest.