From a reinterpreted Post-Impressionism to a conceptual and innovative Neoplasticism, Inna Moshkovich has a multifaceted artistic soul that results in astonishing creations. A dualistic approach leads Moshkovich to a complex and intense style in which divergent trends are inextricably intertwined and opposed, mutually reinforcing their aesthetic tension.
Abstract and Figurative Art, Symbolism and Constructivism merge together harmonically and legitimate each other in their individual distinctions. Commencing from Moshkovich’s expressive landscapes, inspired by a mature Pointillism emblematic of a revolution that starts from Georges Seurat and Paul Signac, the observer is enchanted by the exquisite textured horizons that are composed of small dots dancing softly, barely discernible to the viewer’s watchful eye.
The spectator is hypnotised by a maze of weaving lines and patterns, enraptured by a sinuous vortex of contrasting colors. Dreamy rivers of hope flood the boundless imagination of an artist whose main purpose is to encourage the spectator to experience new, unexpected and raw emotions. Moshkovich’s endless flow of creativity evolves once more, enthralling the viewer with abstract paintings that result from simplistic form and technique, reminding us of the revolutionary artist Jackson Pollock and his renowned method of ‘drip painting’. Inspired by her innermost sensitivity, each graceful line becomes pure enigmatic colour unleashed onto the canvas, electrifying Moshkovich’s perceptive depictions. Today, this talented artist reaches her artistic climax with innovative geometric installations and complex sculptures that convey a mystical harmony. The viewer is faced with a sublime creative conclusion to the limitless progression of an artist who shares her personal journey by communicating ethereal sentiments. Thus, Moshkovich’s stunning artworks can be viewed as fascinating portals into the artist’s subconscious that we are able to appreciate, interpret and experience in today’s contemporary art world.
International Confederation of Art Critics