Gallery 3

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Golden Era,  2012 – 2015

“Why gold?”, I ask myself, to better understand the color, its personality, my personality reflected in the color. “Why this form?” I ask myself, to better understand the path I’ve traveled, the road I’ll be taken on.

I confront images, to sustain them. I become the subject, the matter, an aspect of the work, even as I create it, another element in the illustration of form, mixed with photos, painting and calligraphy, generating a movement in time and space, fueled by the passion of the poems, which I learned in my youth, and the silent cries of the people, who run in my dark dreams.

I hold a deep admiration for the female figure. I began this series several years ago, as a means to express why I felt that human face and hands were the most fascinating, and controversial, parts of the human body. Anything born out of a personal quest would bear an immense spiritual power, and a genuine sense of satisfaction. Each image in the series, often through a narrative consisting of portrait and figure-painting, combined with other elements such as landscapes, images of modern city life, of social life, of the earth, depicts a step in my personal life. And each cycle has functioned, in retrospect, as a matrix for self-discovery. The palette of my artwork is saturated with the different tones, which are provided by my imagination; and they’re subsequently introduced into the work, as an element of its form. Subjective, capricious, they mix and mingle, intertwine, merge, become an inseparable part of the whole.


Krista Nassi


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