Painting, Photography, Sculpture
Inga Krymskaya is a contemporary visual artist. Her work is based on mass media culture and the fashion industry. The artist tries various techniques and materials to convey the context of existence. Successfully combining her own background with contemporary trends, the artist creates ironic and sensual projects that encourage the viewer to rethink cultural phenomena. In a stream of consciousness, shards of existence materialise out of the complex construction, exaggerated forms of creation, birth and death mix with hilarious scenes, together with the viewer, I am challenging old icons and symbols. My intention is to describe a deeply subjective and at the same time uncanny familiar world, in which nothing seems to be in place anymore, not even the very margins of reality itself.
"I initially intend to digest, from my point of view, various figures, colors and sounds which are perceived in spring time, and then try to express them as the space with clear warmth and the moment, on my pictures. I often title my painting " Sakura Blossom" which is a Japanese word equivalent "cherry"in English. It means a variety not only flowers... it represents a conceptions including, for example, a blossom of life, a blossom of the day, a blossom of time, a blossom of your soul and so on.
Blossom contains "a high context" and consequently my paintings will give viewers their own impression/imagination of vast scope. Someone would say it gives you the conception of flowers and others would image love in it. It is because the subject of my work may be a flower and, at the same time, love or the sky."