Zurich (ptp032/10.08.2021/14:00) Born in Argentina and rooted in Eastern Europe, artist Ruth Arbiser is one of the first- class talents presenting her artworks to the public at this year's SWISSARTEXPO in Zurich. Three of her magnificent paintings will be on display in digital form in Zurich's main station hall from August 25 to 29, 2021.
Free of structural guidelines, Ruth Arbiser develops impressive paintings inspired by beautiful regions of Latin American countries, which have always been known for an incredible blaze of color, a free life, friendliness and the touching warmth of the hearts of their inhabitants. The unique luminosity and the abundance of impressions that Latin America radiates on people, the gifted artist captures in her fantastic works in a particularly detailed way. Every corner, every stripe and every element is imbued with the nostalgia that Ruth Arbiser carries within her and that is inherent in the Slavic soul.
Thus seconds turn into minutes, minutes into hours and perhaps it is only after several days that the viewer is able to recognize and discover everything that is told in these impressive pictures and illustrated with an imaginative creativity. To this day, her artworks are presented at various national and international solo and group exhibitions on different occasions. An important part of her work is the collaboration with the initiative Femmes Peintres d'Amérique Latine (Women Painters of Latin America) of UNESCO.
The canvas serves Ruth Arbiser as a meeting point of experiences and the feelings associated with them. When viewing her works, in addition to the extraordinary technique and fragile, emotional effects, one is struck by the fascinating depth of the images, which reflect the stories and political-social situations in Latin America.
At this year's SWISSARTEXPO, Ruth Arbiser will present the three magnificent artworks "Jour et Nuit, Toits and Dîner" in the original. Furthermore, she recently announced the publication of her new art catalog, which will give visitors an even deeper insight into the work of the admirable painter.
* Solo exhibition at Dobkine & Kia in Paris 6, July 1 to 10, 2021
* Barcelona Contemporary, September 3 to 23, 2021
* Group Exhibition at the Van Gogh Gallery in Marbella and Madrid, October to November, 2021
For more information about Ruth Absiser and her art, visit her website at: http://rutharbiser.com(end)