Dress with embroidery and applique based on Ukrainian artist Oleksandra Exter.
Fabric - linen
Technique - smooth, applique (machine embroidery)
Threads - cotton
Solomiya's height is 182 cm, size S
The cut of the dress - oversize
Inspired by the works of Olexandra Exter.
Linen fabric. Length above the knee. Long wide sleeve.
The neck has a square shape.
The technique of execution - "Application".
The dress consists of different bright colors of fabrics and clear and sharp lines that emphasize the artist's unique style.
The most commonly used elements are straight geometric shapes and intersecting lines.
Olexandra Exter - Ukrainian artist, avant-garde, designer, graphic artist, film and theater artist.
A prominent representative of European cubism and futurism, the Ukrainian avant-garde, one of the founders of the Art Deco style.
She was a friend of Malevych, and he even let her into his studio and listened to her advice.
People told about her that she was a kind of combination of European and Ukrainian culture. In her house, you could see Ukrainian embroidery on the walls among the paintings of Picasso and Braque, on the floor - Ukrainian carpet, clay pots were served on the table, and bright majolica plates with dumplings.
Exter went further than the French did.
She became an abstractionist, which her Parisian friends Picasso, Braque, and Leger did not dare to do. In her Kyiv studio, she taught abstract art even to children, offering them to illustrate a fairy tale not with a plot but with the help of rhythms.
She also renewed theatrical art.
For the first time in the world scenography, she dared to play the whole cube of the stage, not just its tablet floor.
One of her most famous paintings is Fundukleivska Street (now it is Bohdan Khmelnytsky Street).