Ella Kruglyanskaya – ‘How Can I Change the Representations of Women?’ | TateShots
New York-based painter Ella Kruglyanskaya (b. 1978, Latvia) creates artworks that immerse viewers in a bold world of saturated colours and high contrast patterns. Female relationships, friendships and dialogues form the foundation of the artist’s varied subject matters.
Her practice engages with many often-overlooked styles, techniques and formal concerns from the history of painting, such as her use of egg tempera. Working in a style that combines the graphic and the painterly, Kruglyanskaya embraces a wide range of influences from German expressionism to film and popular culture of the 1950s and 1960s.
Tate Liverpool presents her first museum exhibition featuring paintings that survey the past ten years of the artist’s work, the exhibition will also debut a selection of new artworks made in 2016.
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