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Oleksander Roytburd’s new exhibition at the Dymchuk Gallery in Kyiv is called “Imaginarium.”
Before us is a quite recognizable Roytburd with his “trademark” palette-knife texture and habitual narrativity, which neither falls into tautological baroque (like in the project Le Roi Soleil), nor into the linguistic echolalia of children’s scribbles (as in Roitburd Versus Caravaggio or the S(Z)urbaran Passions). In a sure, unhurried, painterly manner, the artist extensively recounts the strange and impossible.
“Imaginarium” is a celebration of the total collage.