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Vava Livovschi

Vava Livovschi

France • Born in: 1946

Born in Aix-en-Provence

Graduated from the Aix-en-Provence France School of Fine Arts France

Founder of Espace Arts Groups in Aix-en-Provence France

Founder of Espace Arts Creations "Vava" Marseille France

Registered trademark "Vava".

Drawing instruction in Schools.

Regular trips to the USA, Vietnam & France.

Creations of paintings, drawings, objects, sets, installations, performances.

The microcosm that pervades his painting is peopled with deified beings, a flora and fauna from a dream world. But the detail remains the playground of the artist. The double root influence is part of the work of Geneviève called "Vava", born of immigrant father Ukrainian and a mother of Corsican origin, with the light for Corsica and the iconic miniature for Russia. For there are Slavs in their bright reds and bright blues, and their chiselled details recall the variegated embroidery of the Caucasian country dresses.

The Rite of Spring of Stravinsky. could accompany the exhibition. Geneviève Livovschi's inspiration feeds on her travels, real or expected. The United States where she exhibits, Vietnam where she often goes to a country where she sends messages of fidelity but also thoughtfulness through her paintings.

Geneviève works in instinct, in the gift of self "My imagination opens as soon as I have a brush in my hands. Everything comes as you go, without preparation. Of course I work a long time, I retouch, I revisit, but without preconceived project at the beginning.

Her painting approaches her drawing as she develops them. Thus characters come to meet him, who naturally fit into the tight frame of his paintings both figurative and abstract. When the artist takes hold of a female body, she scars it with a thousand flowers and arabesques, telling him to tell tales and legends.

"There is no connection between my works. I go from here to New York, from a simple object to a surrealist fresco. Art is a means of expression, therefore one must appreciate from an aesthetic point of view the works even if they reflect a surreality that wants to be deliberately disturbing.

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Born in Aix-en-Provence

Graduated from the Aix-en-Provence France School of Fine Arts France

Founder of Espace Arts Groups in Aix-en-Provence France

Founder of Espace Arts Creations "Vava" Marseille France

Registered trademark "Vava".

Drawing instruction in Schools.

Regular trips to the USA, Vietnam & France.

Creations of paintings, drawings, objects, sets, installations, performances.

The microcosm that pervades his painting is peopled with deified beings, a flora and fauna from a dream world. But the detail remains the playground of the artist. The double root influence is part of the work of Geneviève called "Vava", born of immigrant father Ukrainian and a mother of Corsican origin, with the light for Corsica and the iconic miniature for Russia. For there are Slavs in their bright reds and bright blues, and their chiselled details recall the variegated embroidery of the Caucasian country dresses.

The Rite of Spring of Stravinsky. could accompany the exhibition. Geneviève Livovschi's inspiration feeds on her travels, real or expected. The United States where she exhibits, Vietnam where she often goes to a country where she sends messages of fidelity but also thoughtfulness through her paintings.

Geneviève works in instinct, in the gift of self "My imagination opens as soon as I have a brush in my hands. Everything comes as you go, without preparation. Of course I work a long time, I retouch, I revisit, but without preconceived project at the beginning.

Her painting approaches her drawing as she develops them. Thus characters come to meet him, who naturally fit into the tight frame of his paintings both figurative and abstract. When the artist takes hold of a female body, she scars it with a thousand flowers and arabesques, telling him to tell tales and legends.

"There is no connection between my works. I go from here to New York, from a simple object to a surrealist fresco. Art is a means of expression, therefore one must appreciate from an aesthetic point of view the works even if they reflect a surreality that wants to be deliberately disturbing.

When was Vava Livovschi born?

The year of birth of the artist is: 1946