Original views on art highly respected
Tokyo residents learn about creativity of Belarus-born Larissa Noury-Shakinko, of France
Tokyo residents learn about creativity of Belarus-born Larissa Noury-Shakinko, of France.
Larissa Noury-Shakinko has recently taken part in an artistic evening, attended by guests from the Belarusian-Japanese Friendship Society and representatives of the Belarusian diaspora in Japan. Researching the use of colour in everyday city life, Larissa has compiled three books on the history, culture and symbolism of colour, believing that architecture creates a cosmic perspective and has a huge role to play in society. Her original views are highly respected internationally.
Larissa’s latest exhibition, held during the International Colouristics Forum, presented not only her books but her fashion designs, each piece embellished with her paintings, and a series of canvases and works on Japanese paper.
By Galina Grishkovets