24 February – 23 March 2024
Vernissage | 24 February 2024 | 20:00
Full Moon Gallery
Admission free!

In the works of Yevgeny Feldmann, music and painting merge into a unique unity. As a painter and musician, he goes beyond traditional boundaries and explores the connection between sound and colour. His brushstrokes are like notes on a canvas, every movement a musical gesture.
The Ukrainian-born artist (pianist, composer and painter) completed his piano studies at the Moscow State Academy of Music/Gnessins Institute. This was immediately followed by his first engagements at the State University of Theatre Arts and the State Academic Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow. He has been a pianist at the Saxon State Opera (Semperoper) in Dresden since August 1996. He has made numerous guest appearances at the Opéra Garnier, Paris; Gothenburg Opera, Sweden; deSingel Theatre, Antwerp, Belgium; Villa Massimo, Rome; Teatro Massimo, Palermo; Teatra la Fenice, Venice, Italy; Grand Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona, Spain; Emirates Palace Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates and others. As a painter and graphic artist, he has held several annual solo exhibitions in Dresden, including at the Carl Gustav Carus University Hospital in 2012, at the Specialist Court Centre in 2013 and at Deutsche Bank’s Prager Straße branch in 2019. Yevgeny Feldmann has also taken part in a number of group exhibitions, including the “MIT AUGEN HÖREN 2” exhibition at the Semperoper Dresden in 2008. His paintings and graphics have already been acquired by numerous doctors’ surgeries and law firms in Dresden and three of his paintings are now state property.
In Yevgeny Feldmann’s work, the movement of colour becomes a living choreography. Every brushstroke dances to the rhythm of his inspiration, and the colours become harmonious melodies. His art not only reflects external movements, but also explores the inner movements of life, captured in vibrant explosions of colour. Yevgeny Feldmann’s works reflect the parallels between sounding tones and colours. Despite obvious similarities, subtle differences are revealed when he combines musical harmony and visual poetry. The works bear witness to a fascinating fusion in which the boundaries of art are cancelled.
The exhibition invites you to explore Yevgeny Feldmann’s unique symbiosis of sound and colour, a journey into the harmony of the senses, where the magic of art comes to life as a connection between two creative worlds.
More about Yevgeny Feldmann: Interview
Laudation: Christian Bauch (first soloist Semperoper Ballett)
Christian Bauch has been first soloist of the Semperoper Ballett since 2017. He trained at the Palucca University of Dance Dresden and has already had dance engagements at Ballett Mainz, Focus Dance Company Sweden and Chemnitz Theatre, among others.
Musical accompaniment: Frank Schlüter (guitar)
Frank Schlüter is a guitarist who has dedicated himself to fingerstyle and gypsy jazz. In his solo projects, he demonstrates his versatility and inventiveness by combining cover versions and arrangements of blues, pop, jazz and gypsy swing. Frank Schlüter also likes to experiment with new forms. He is a member of the bands Caracou & Krambambuli, among others.


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