‘Almost-Maltese’ painters take on the world of music
Two ‘foreign but local’ artists will be exhibiting their work at Opus 64 Galerie, Tigne Street, Sliema from next Wednesday as part of In Tune with Jazz.
14 July 2012, 12:00am
The artists - Ljupco Samardziski and Jeni Caruana - also share a common passion in their tendency to depict musicians in live performance.
Much like Wassily Kandinsky worked by 'visualising' music in his paintings during the 1920s - hoping that they would be 'heard' by audiences - Caruana and Samardziski mirror these same values.
Their love for music and movement can be are seen in many of their most interesting and vibrant works. Both in sense of colour, movement and composition manage to draw the audience into their world of music and performing arts.
The exhibition will run until July 24. Opening hours: 10:00 to 13:00 and 17:00 to 19:00 (Monday to Saturday). For private viewing and more information: 21 323206, 79 496419, [email protected]@go.net.mt, www.opus64galerie.com.
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