Liana Ghukasyan is an Armenian painter. He has lived and worked in Milan since 2008. After the Terlemezyan Institute of Fine Arts in Yerevan in Armenia in the visual arts department, he completed his career in the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. Liana Gukasyan's painting is an event rather than an object. In fact, in the search for the Armenian artist, it is possible to trace stories, often with dreamlike and uncanny connotations: they are stories that stage uncertain bodies and protagonists, engaged in the confrontation even violent between the sexes, but also in the most tender relationships of feelings . They are open stories, that is, they presuppose an interpretation by the observer and always a different solution in a subsequent work. Painting is an event because it requires a glance at one moment of those stories, a single moment, not even perhaps crucial, certainly suspended between one event and another. Painting is an event in the artist's daily life and that daily life takes charge, discovering its distant roots that sink into the ancient Armenian culture, in the drama of genocide, in the diaspora of a people who becomes wandering life and memory of the person.
COMPLEANNO, olio su tela, 100x147, 2020
2018 "ANGELS | ANIMALS "by Domenico Maria Papa, Arte Nuvole Contemporaneo, BN" I believe in the next 7 minutes "by Sarah Lanzoni, Après-coup Arte Milano 2017 Gallery" MY BAD LOVE STORY "by Margini Family, Fabbrica del Vapore, Milan 2016 "Touch - Mark-Cut" by Alessio Moitre Gallery Alessio Moitre, Turin 2015 "NURB" by Giuseppe Villani, Milan 2014 "Don't knock on my door" Malaga home gallery, curated by Giuditta Deodato, Milan 2013 "I believe in the story of my feet and yellow flowers" by Giuditta Deodato, Progettoarte-elm gallery, Milan. And numerous collective exhibitions.