At Victory Art, we lend the voice to of talented artists from Eastern and Central Europe; a platform to showcase the unique perspective the world hasn't had a chance to explore yet. We're kicking off Art Rotterdam with two very different but equally alluring artists: Magdaléna Ševčík and The Deafblind Artists of Maják.
Intuitive Art: The Deafblind Artists of Maják
When Maják, a deaf-blind residency in Slovakia, first introduced their residents to art, they didn’t fully expect the impact it would have. Fast forward 15 years and their residents are masters at communicating their happiness, pain, and frustrations through the canvas, in the most awe-inspiring manner. The final artworks not only uplift their makers but everyone who has a chance to witness them. So come witness them with us!
Intentional Art: Magdaléna Ševčík
Magdaléna Ševčík's is a stubborn experimenter and a hard worker. Most of my life is spent working in my studio: her happy place, covered in paint and used tape. Sometimes, she even forgets to eat. Regardless, it is a lifestyle she embraces with open arms. While she started off her art journey pulling most of her inspiration from nature, it later evolved into a fascination for architecture. Eventually, she found her current style--symbolic colours in contrast with these geometric elements. Her latest works of art can be considered unconventional and deliberate, unlike her previous approach, which leans more to the theme of Eastern and Central European winter. Rather than her signature continuous black line and the use of warm colours, her newest works use cold colours of blue, such as blue and indigo tinted with a little cyan, along with partial filling of snow-white, black and disruptive white line similar to the neural pathways.
Ladies! Join us and other amazing women for our Ladies Night, to learn, inspire, and uplift each other the best way we know: with art, wine, and good vibes.
3011 PM Rotterdam