INESSA KALABEKOVA

Exhibitions

“Natural Rhythms: Echoes of Ancient Harmony”

Upon my return from London, I meticulously finished the tapestry and diligently crafted the third proposal for an exhibition at a charity organization. Now, as I await their response in early May, exhaustion weighs heavily upon me, coupled with a palpable sense of anticipation that makes me feel small and anxious. Kindly grant him permission

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Dance is my tool, and the stage is where magic happens

My art invites you into a world of feelings, stories, and culture—a lively celebration of magic in everyday moments. Influenced by the study of human societies, cultures, and evolution, my work sparks conversations about the connections between our biology, cultures, and stories. Dance is my tool, and the stage is where magic happens. Each dance,

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Chinese tale of the Nian monster

The incorporation of a children’s theater performance within my exhibitions serves a dual purpose, transforming them into both entertaining and educational experiences. These events aim to transcend conventional forms of amusement, emphasizing a broader perspective. What sets my exhibitions apart is the active involvement of families. It’s heartening to observe parents not just attending but

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Ian de Souza’s art exhibition at Privat Museum Singapore

Last Saturday, I visited a private museum in Singapore to check out Ian de Souza’s art. Surprisingly, I got a bit emotional and ended up shedding a few tears. His paintings, all about dedication and love, really got to me. Honestly, at first, I didn’t think his art was very fashionable. But as I spent

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