NEW YORK, Oct. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- After touring museums throughout Europe, culminating with Saatchi Gallery this past summer, the exhibition Exposed now comes to New York at the Ana Tzarev Gallery for the very first time. Exposed examines Ana Tzarev's newest series of vibrant paintings inspired by her lifelong passion for flowers. In response to Tzarev's Exposed series of works, esteemed art critic Edward Lucie-Smith states, "Her paintings pour out in an almost continuous stream. But they are not, simply a response to what she encounters in the external world. They are also about what she discovers, on each occasion, within herself."
In addition to Tzarev's paintings, the centerpiece of Exposed is the artist's most recent sculpture, Love. This monumental three-and-a-half meter poppy sculpture has recently exhibited at numerous international museums, galleries and public spaces. After its debut in New York, Love will travel to Shenzhen, China for the exhibition entitled Magic. Love will also be featured in upcoming exhibitions at the Museo Nazionale del Palazzo di Venezia, Rome; Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong; Museo Diocesano di Sant' Apollonia for the 55th Venice Biennale; and the Today Art Museum in Beijing, China.
Exposed will be on view through February, 2013. For further information, please contact Justin Warner; firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 212.586.9800.
SOURCE Ana Tzarev Gallery