Beyond the figurative, exhibition of Zinni Veshi at National Gallery of Arts

Beyond the figurative, exhibition  of Zinni Veshi at National Gallery of Arts On Friday, April the 14-th, 2017, at 18.00, The National Gallery of Arts has the pleasure to invite you to the opening ceremony of Zinni Veshi's exhibition "BEYOND THE FIGURATIVE" “Beyond the Figurative” there is no need for a concept that designs and produces exhibitions. It will be the painting itself that will expose the concept. Figures that inhabit paintings will follow their journey, being at the same time their own guide to the destination. Zinni Veshi, is the painter of the human figure. Every painting here is an exhibition of portraits. Pushing the portraits and their bodies towards a painterly disfiguration - toward the faceless face. It is like an underground train, with ubiquitous profiles, across no fixed stations. New York, the city where the author lives and where his painting coagulates, is like a coincidence station, but typical enough to give the urban charge to his art. While the stylistic address is more accurate, strictly guiding us towards an integral essence; remaining true to himself and without falling into eclecticism.  

Date: April 14 – May10

Location: National Gallery of Arts Wednesday 

Sunday 10:00-18:00  

Last admission 17:40 Monday,

Tuesday closed  

Tickets: adults 200L seniors & students 100L disabled 100L