KOI - plaster, steal, embroidery  290 x 80 x 70 cm.


CHILD'S KIMONO - thread, glass, rock, skeleton sea urchin  130 x 90 x 30 cm.

KIMONO LANDSCAPE - plaster, embroidery, leather, steal  130 x 155 x 3 cm.

Lechbinska Gallery presents KOI, an exhibition whose narrative unfolds from a journey of physical pain and treatment with Traditional Chinese Medicine. This tale expands into a profound meditation on loss and the journey of healing. In today's world, marked by natural disasters and conflicts, experiences that deeply shake our foundations, the artists are driven to explore collective pain.

The materials employed in their artworks evoke the fragility and preciousness of childhood, while a predominant watery blue hue symbolizes the chill of profound sorrow. Yet, amidst the tragedies of our time, beauty persists in unity and hope. In this vein, Perbal/Bélibaste describes the Koi as "a guardian leading us through life's trials. It navigates us through depths of pain, teaching us to confront and transform it. The Koi, ephemeral, floats beneath the water's surface, offering insight and wisdom. It delves into darkness, yet rises to embrace the light."

More info about this exhibition : https://lechbinska.art/koi

CHILD WING - plaster, embroidery  71 x 38 x 39 cm.

EMPTY HANDS - blown glass, embroidery  30 x 20 x 20 cm.