IN ART Review - Ute Kilter

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In the announcement it appears that the silk cloths are swaying, "yak primari" (visions?). And they still waved, slightly, breathed, or something, they moved.

The exhibition is "clean" - open, transparent against the background of other, current visual expositions of the city. "Transparent" and both in form of presentation (some of the photographs are on translucent panels), and in meaning, which seems even unnecessarily - clearly ethnographic. But it is dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the state of Canada ...

To date, I can only envy Mrs. Lesya that she has this same access to the Earth (for I do not know where I can get him in the city of Odessa, and from time to time I would like to walk barefoot across the field).