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Vernissage de l’exposition de Noël des icônes modernes faites par la jeune artiste ukrainienne Alona Pylgun présenté par EUToday.net en collaboration avec le Conseil des affaires UE-Ukraine et le restaurant Le Gourmand.
Les places sont limitées et l’inscription préalable est indispensable à http://www.planetreg.com/alona
«Mon art reflète mes propres valeurs familiales traditionnelles », dit-elle, « les femmes ukrainiennes font ces icônes depuis des siècles , et en grandissant, je regardais ma tante les faire. » Alona , qui est originaire de Kyïv , est fière d’apporter ces traditions de sa maison de l’Ukraine à la Belgique , tout le chemin à travers l’Europe . «Être en Belgique a ouvert beaucoup de possibilités. »
Ceci est sa première exposition en Belgique , et elle est programmée pour coïncider avec le moment où l’Ukraine affirme son identité européenne. Le passé de l’Ukraine et l’avenir européen sont maintenant étroitement liés et c’est une raison de fêter.
Christmas Exhibition of modern icons made by the young promising Ukrainian artist Alona Pylgun and brought to you by EUToday.net in conjunction with the EU Ukraine Business Council and the restaurant ¨Le Gourmand¨.
We are delighted to invite you to a vernissage of this exhibition to be held from 18.30 to 20.00 on Tuesday 2 December at the restaurant Le Gourmand at 4 rue Treves, B1050 Bruxelles (directly opposite the European Parliament).
Places are limited and prior registration is essential athttp://www.planetreg.com/
Having modelled from a young age, Alona Pylgun is very much accustomed to being made into someone else’s work of art. Modelling was her childhood ambition, and when at the age of 14 she was signed to one of Ukraine’s major agencies, that dream became a reality and she launched a successful modelling career which has lasted for more than 10 years.
However, it seems that being exposed to the endless creativity of designers, make-up artists, and photographers set her own creativity flowing, and resulted in a series of beautiful traditional works inspired by her own Ukrainian heritage and background.
“My art reflects my own traditional family values,” she says, “Ukrainian women have been making these icons for centuries, and growing up, I watched my aunt making them.” Alona, who hails originally from Kyiv, is proud to bring these traditions from her home of Ukraine to Belgium, all the way across Europe. “Being in Belgium has opened up a lot of opportunities. I am free to express myself in any way I want and I am happy to introduce the people here to my own heritage and culture.”
This is her first exhibition in Belgium, and it is timed to coincide with the moment in which Ukraine is asserting it’s European identity. Ukrainian past and European future are now intertwined – a cause for celebration.
Bruxelles, B1050 Belgium + Google Map