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Kristine Narvida/ Summer Issue

Kristine Narvida is an academic visual artist born in 1977. She graduated in 2006 as a Magister at the Latvian Art Academy in Riga. She lives and works in Germany in Berlin and is mother of four daughters. She is an active member of the Brandenburg Association of Artists. She presents and sells her fine artwork throughout Europe and globally with online galleries. This year she presented her fine art series “Look how I move” at three galleries in Potsdam at and at the Rhy Art Salon Basel. The here presented new series “The study of annoyance” you may find at the Europe Art Fair in Amsterdam, Sept 30-Oct 2, 2022. Kristine prefers working with oil on linen, using models as her subjects.

The study of annoyance "My study of aggravation is silence that becomes visible. The tension between language and the world where the existing demands its possibility, and not the possible its existence. This is a passionate look at the present, where the surface of things and the superficiality of people are so truly full of meaning and pain. The search for context, my wish to escape, and my inability to do so. The introduction of bright block colour in the work of my new series is a conceptual idea to find a path to identify and to get rid of the unnecessary."


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