Inga Krymskaya will be returning to this year’s SCOPE Miami Beach 2015 from 01 to 06 December at booth H21 with three Variations on The Feast of Venus

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Inga Krymskaya’s Variations on Rubens’ The Feast of Venus

(Clockwise L-R) Variation #5, Triptych mixed media on acrylic glass – mounted on dibond / 180 x 100cm (each part) – $15,000

Variation #1, Collage on brushed dibond, constructed of 14 parts / 200cm – $15,800

Variation #11, Mixed media on Tapestry / 290 x 163cm – $27,000

 

Inga Krymskaya will be returning to this year’s SCOPE Miami Beach 2015 from 01 to 06 December at booth H21 with three Variations on The Feast of Venus.

Having already exhibited at SCOPE Basel and SCOPE New York in 2015, this time, Inga will be exhibiting her interpretations of the classic Flemish Baroque painting on the sands of Miami Beach.

Krymskaya will be exhibiting three of her Variations (#1, #5 and #11) from the ‘3045 Variations on The Feast of Venus’ project, as she explores the different possibilities conceivable on one theme, using various mediums to expand Rubens’ painting and give another conceptual interpretation every time.

The Variations project has also been opened to artists globally with the aim to encourage a wide variety of artists using all kind of mediums to collaborate and share their own interpretations – something that was common practice in early 17th century Antwerp, but no longer is today.

Speaking of her upcoming appearance at SCOPE Miami Beach 2015, Krymskaya said: “Returning to Miami SCOPE is an honour and a pleasure. It is amazing to see works ranging from street art to photography and sculpture – I can’t wait to gauge the reaction of my latest project from the public, and hopefully it will encourage people to understand my vision.”

Gallery G-77 was first established by owner and director Andrei Mikhilov in 2003 in St. Petersburg. It was one of the first galleries in Russia to represent contemporary international artists with a particular focus on Japan, where the gallery’s owner spent more than 10 years. In 2011 Gallery G-77 moved to Japan.

SCOPE Miami Beach’s pavilion, located on Ocean Drive, will present 125 international exhibitors and will welcome 45,000 visitors over the course of 6 days. With cumulative sales well over one billion dollars and attendance of 1.2 million visitors, SCOPE Art Show is the largest and most global emerging art fair in the world.

 

Krysmakya’s three variations will be exhibited at G-77, booth #H21 for the entirety (Tuesday 01 December – Sunday 06 December) of SCOPE Miami Beach 2015.

 

The prices for each of Krymskaya’s variations are:-

  • Variation #1             $15,800 exc. VAT
  • Variation #5             $15,000 exc. VAT
  • Variation #11           $27,000 exc. VAT

Inga Krymskaya is a Dutch contemporary visual artist of Russian origin. Her latest work, 3045 Variations on The Feast of Venus explores the different possibilities conceivable on one theme, using various mediums to expand Rubens’ painting and give another conceptual interpretation each time. Inga’s endeavour is to make The Feast of Venus a global collaborative project with other artists, continuing Rubens’ legacy.

Inga’s work has been exhibited at several art fairs and galleries across the world, including G-77 Gallery in Kyoto, VK Gallery in Amsterdam, Wall Gallery in Amsterdam, Arttitud San Francisco, Berliner Liste (Germany), SCOPE (New York, Basel), and the Antwerp EXPO.

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