Described as a “dynamic and visionary painter” by art critic Edward Lucie-Smith, Ana Tzarev’s works engage viewers with their intricate textural surfaces and vibrant colours. Her “sculpted” paint surfaces rise off of large canvases and into the viewer’s space, involving them in Tzarev’s distinctive visual language.
Tzarev’s paintings have been featured in galleries, museums, and public spaces across Europe and Asia, including the Saatchi Gallery in London, the Russian Museum in St Petersburg, the National Museum in Rome, and the Today Art Museum in Beijing. Her sculptures have been installed in cities across the world, including London, Singapore, New York, and Venice during the 55th Biennale.
Ana's Thoughts"Starry nights and endless dreams are mine"
Encountering: New Art on the Silk Road
Xinjiang Biennale, Urumqi
25 Jun 2014
Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris
24 Apr 2014
A Letter of the Spirit: Using
Huffington Post UK
23 Apr 2014