Ludmilla Radchenko

Ludmilla Radchenko Siberian, born in November 1978, graduated with a degree in Fashion Design,Ludmilla Radchenko blends photographs captured from her own experiences and travels in digital collage and lively acrylic painting to create an entirely unique art form. Far from classic Pop Art style, Radchenko presents her subjects  in a key to reflect, loading it with social content in order to expand. Her anarchist pictorial stroke applied to the specification of digital collage, creates rich compositions in visual messages , collage of everyday life with touches of irony.What results are paintings that reverberate with numerous significances meant to connect personally to the viewer. Radchenko’s attraction to Pop Art methods stems in part from a childhood spent in an anti-capitalistic Soviet regime, where the prohibited vivid colors, logos, brands, and advertising of modern culture became focal points of desire. As she explains,“Pop Art instinctively trasformed in Pop Realism, became a perfect way to fill in my blanks and express my vision.” Ludmilla Radchenko currently lives and works in Milan, Italy, where she has opened her own art studio. Since december 2010 her first catalogue “Power Pop” edited by Skira can be found in Feltrinelli libraries. In deference to the pop spirit, Radchenko, doesn't limit her interest to canvas but spreads her touch to fashion and design too. Ludmilla gets commissions to create paintings for some rock stars like Jamiroquai and Grace Johns, for  world's champions of moto GP Jorge Lorenzo and of F1 Sebastian Vettel.

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