Here we are looking at plants that resemble the complex braids of embracing, touching, and exposing. Here we are looking at bodies that resemble the stages of new, different and possible growth. We scrutinize painting that confronts appearance with subtle and intelligent depth.
GianLuca Marziani, critic and curator
It happens, then, that accompanied through the world of Karen Yurkovich, made of a Nature synthesized from human and plant respiration, we feel a little like the Brutus of Licini: we take our heart in our hands and we admire it, observing, “the hole through which passes and re-passes our soul and the little bluish veins where our sentiments become entwined”.
Giovanna Nicoletti, independent curator