Our powerful, long-suffering culture is in songs, traditional Ukrainian clothes, ornaments, and accessories. It is invincible, inexhaustible, and multifaceted.
They say that history is cyclical. Most likely, this is true because Ukrainian history moves in circles.
Probably, now is the time when we understand our ancestors the most because we have accepted the baton. Now is our time to prove to the world that we are and want to be heard. We want to break this closed circle and return history to the second way: hope, development, and prosperity.
Rymma Vinogradova is a contemporary visual artist, living and working in Basel, Switzerland. She was born in 1998 in Ukraine, where she spent 21 years of her life. Since her youth, Rymma has been discovering Ukrainian culture in its various manifestations.
In her work Rymma explores how our cultural heritage is being transformed by current trends human development, how it changes into new forms, and reveals itself in a new ways of contemporary conditions. Rymma Vinogradova works in the style of figurative abstract art. She attaches great importance to the appearance of the paintings and describes her technique as multi-layer.
Rymma believes that it is impossible to comprehend the essence of art, rather the opposite: art helps us understand what we like and what we don’t like, how we feel and who we are in general. Read more about Rymma on her personal page.