In their works, the girls raise environmental issues, climate change, and also talk about their inner experiences.
At the fair graphic artist Nadezhda Komissarova presented her canvas "Orto Doidu" ("Middle World") - an engraving-print, which is a scroll unfolded to the full length (print (from the French estampe — stamp) - a printed impression on paper of an image of a special shape, a kind of graphic works - editor's note.) Textile works of Nadezhda are filled with Yakutian motifs, preserve the tradition of drawing and carving of Sakha people.
"The event was held at the highest level. Eminent collectors and gallery owners have learned about the art of Yakutia, I think it is great! Thanks to the AyarKut Foundation for the Support of Contemporary Art in Yakutia, we exhibited our works at the Blazar Contemporary Art fair. Our stand was greeted very warmly, according to the reviews of visitors and guests of the fair, the stand was one of the best at the fair. From the very first day they started buying our works, this is a great success," Nadezhda shares her impressions.
The artist Ien Sur exhibited six works: "Iie", "Olohtooh", a series of three works "Rains", as well as "On this day ...". In her work, the girl uses paper made from recycled cash receipts, plastic bottles, acrylic, cotton threads and even human hair.