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'Drifter' Exhibit Aims to Capture Millennial Generation's Mood

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  Russian-born artist Timur Akhriev created a series of 17 painting about his friend and cousin Ray Kronenberg.  The series is called Drifter, and it’s a series about the millennial generation.  The opening reception will take place Friday, October 23rd, 6 - 9p, at Feminology, which is located at 1405 Williams Street, Chattanooga, TN 37405.  The reception is free and open to the public.

From a media release:

“Drifter” captures the mood of the millennial generation – equal parts dark and hopeful. Many young people today, drifting along without a sense of place or purpose, are not able to see where their future leads. “Drifter” transcends the Millennial experience and depicts a reality of being stuck in one’s own head and how we all fall prey to our own prejudices, whether dictated by our culture, or by our own self-imposed ideals. The halo-like effects on some of the paintings suggest the purity and innocence of this generation of drifters, who are all just trying to find their place in the world.

The opening reception is free and open to the public. If you cannot make the public opening on October 23rd, the show will be also available for private viewing October 24-27. To schedule a private appointment and for more information please contact Natasha Romanova at www.RomanovaArt.com.  

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