Costa Dvorezky

Through his paintings Costa Dvorezky goes beyond the obvious to uncover the symbolism of the human aspect of daily life. His images are a study of the human reality presented in a simplistic and surreal existence. The human form is the focus. Intricate details and lines of the human body are juxtaposed against a stark background revealing the artist’s conviction of the important role of man and woman’s existence. Through his artwork, Costa invites the observer to not only understand the scope of the actual image, but to also experience the reality of the other and comprehend the feelings that this experience provokes.

Exhibitions

2010 Galerie D’Este, solo show, Montreal, Canada

2009  Bill Lowe Gallery, solo show “Barcode of Life” Atlanta ,Georgia, U.S.A.

2009.  Engine Gallery, solo  show “Tribute to Velazquez”, Toronto, Canada

2008.  Bill Lowe Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.

2008  Toronto International Art Fair with Engine Gallery, Toronto, Canada

2008  Wall Space Gallery, Ottawa, Canada

2008  Engine Gallery, Toronto, Canada

2007  Toronto International Art Fair with Engine Gallery, Toronto, Canada

2007  Engine Gallery, solo show “Jump”, Toronto, Canada

2006  Toronto International Art Fair with Engine Gallery, Toronto, Canada

2006  Engine Gallery, solo show “Captured”, Toronto, Canada

2006  Cadillac Fairview, fundraising Gala, Toronto, Canada

2005  Gallery Babianne, “The Blue “, Toronto, Canada

2005  Brush Gallery, Toronto, Canada

2004  Dennison Gallery, Toronto. Canada

2004  Art Expo, presented by Dennison Gallery, N.Y. U.S.A.

2003  Gallery 2001, Montreal, Canada

2002,   Contemporary Art  Gallery, solo show, Toronto, Canada

2001  Art Expo, presented Atelier America Inc., N.Y. U.S.A.

1997  Exhibition at Art Manege Moscow, Central  Exhibition Hall, Moscow, Russia

1996  Nagornaya Gallery, Moscow, Russia

1995  Central Exhibition Hall, “The Gold Brush of Russia”. Moscow, Russia

1995  Academy of Medical Science, solo show, Moscow, Russia

1994  Central Exhibition Hall, “Show of Four”, Moscow, Russia

1992  “Art of  Four”, Basel, Switzerland

1992  Central Exhibition Hall, group show

Private collections in France, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, U.S.A. and Canada.

 

 

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