‘Voyages’ sees the return of internationally acclaimed Russian artist, Anna Berezovskaya, to REDSEA Gallery, in yet another solo exhibition. This exhibition will explore the symbolisms, metaphors and processes behind Berezovskaya’s canvases, focusing on the concept of love and home. Anna Berezovskaya’s works are infused with elements of fairytales, Surrealism, and Abstraction. Interweaved into her visual narrative is a visual vocabulary replete with her emotions and inspiration. She calls her unique style Poetic Realism. Her pieces are riddled with symbolisms which the viewer must tease out in order to find the multiple meanings and layers to them. In this current series, symbolisms associated with the sea, food, and home are presented through vivid colours and stories residing in her unconscious. This is because Berezovskaya wants to share her notions of amour and hearth that have accompanied her on her life journey so far.
Berezovskaya’s works are built on a world which she has created—a visual world—where she tells her stories through childhood memories of books read and images embedded in her dream-space. “I still draw on stories that I love from my childhood but in terms of development I realise I have developed and grown and my ideas are becoming more interesting, sharper, more developed,” says Berezovskaya.