Galina Dulkina is a young artists, porcelain sculptor, whose works are already in the largest Russian and western private collections. She has gained such high acceptance among collectors and connoisseurs of art thanks to her rare nowadays skillful work with such a difficult material as porcelain. To master this ancient technology which remained the same though the last 250 years an artist should have a talent of a sculptor who moulds the final shape fr om porcelain mass and of a painter who is able to sel ect colors at all stages of work burning. Combining the principles of the work of a traditional porcelain master and of a modern artist Galina Dulkina works in her own studio wh ere all by herself she moulds, glazes, paints, burns, gilds and fulfills other necessary processes to create porcelain sculptors. Galina Dulkina starts the dialogue with such renowned masters of plastic as Alexander Arkhipenko and Konstantin Brancusi in her works. The stylistics of painting of her works reminds of canvases of Georges Braque and heritage of suprematist artists. Developing her own format of modern Cubism Galina Dulkina investigates the principles of this movement in sculpture creating her own recognizable works and balancing on the edge of figurative plastics and objectlessness.
The exhibition at the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center will present more than 40 porcelain works created fr om 2004 to 2016.