A unique event will be celebrated in Paris – an exhibition entitled “High-Precision Love or the Third World War” will be held at the Cultural Center of the Ukrainian Embassy in France from January 25 to February 29. This event will unite art, technology and the realities of our time, writes WomanEL.
The author of the exhibition is the outstanding Ukrainian artist Igor Gusev, who will amaze viewers with his unique view of the tragic consequences of the terrorist attack at the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant. It should be noted that the very process of creating works of art was accomplished with the help of artificial intelligence.
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The exhibition will feature not only paintings, but also new drawings from the artist’s diary, marked “The Third World War.” Gusev believes that through this project it is possible to remind the world that the war in Ukraine continues, and to draw attention to the reality that is changing every day. In his opinion, visualization of this process contributes to a better understanding of everything that happens to people in timeless conditions.
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The exhibition will open on January 25 and will last until February 29. This is a unique opportunity for Paris viewers to immerse themselves in the world of contemporary art, which combines not only the artist’s talent, but also the introduction of artificial intelligence into the creative process and the tragedy of events in Ukraine.
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