Tatyana Galtseva

 

About the artist

Tatyana Galtseva was born in Kemerovo (Siberia) in 1967. Since 2000, she  has been living  in Antwerp, Belgium.  

Besides her daily work at the Hendrik Conscience Heritage Library, she has taken several courses (ceramics, painting) at the Academy of Fine Arts in Berchem. Since her studies at the Academy of Fine Arts, Tatyana has been working as an independent artist in her own studio. 

 

The art theory of the founder of abstract art, Wassily Kandinsky has been an important source of inspiration in her search for her own forms and her own style and colour palette. 

 

Tatyana aims to create associative series but also leave the viewer the possibility for their own associations. It is kind of trying to connect visual perception, consciousness and cognition (similar to the psycholinguistics theory about the link between language, cognition and consciousness) and harmoniously combine geometric and lyrical forms.

 

 


Exhibitions:


2006 Galerij Workx, Antwerp – Ceramics (group exhibition)


2008 Galerij Hoogstraten, Hoogstraten - Ceramics (group exhibition)


​2009 Galerij Workx, Antwerp - Ceramics (group exhibition)


​2013 Galerij Campo & Campo, Berchem - Painting (group exhibition)


​2014 Sint-Jozefskapel, Brasschaat, Braschaat - Painting (solo exhibition)


​2015 Galerie “De Nieuwe Vrede”, Berchem – Painting (solo exhibition)


​2016 Galerij Campo & Campo, Berchem - Painting (group exhibition)


2018 Galerie van Washboard,  Antwerp - Painting (solo exhibition)


2019 Huis Hellemans, "Bruegel Passion or the Absurdity of Our World",

Antwerp - Painting; (solo exhibition)

Media:
01/22/2014 Video report by Yana Kozar. 
Vernissage of Galina Maslova and Tatyana Galtseva  "Two Views": 
10/15/2019 Tatyana Galtsev's  Interview with the Newspaper "Thank You"
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11/15/2019 Video report by Yana Kozar. 
Tatyana Galtseva - the exhibition "Passion for Bruegel or the Absurdity of our World" in Huis Hellemans
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Promotional video for the exhibition "The Bruegel Passion or the Absurdities of Our World"