reblog via lustik:
Dmitry Kochanovich’s painting works harmoniously combine the techniques of the past and ideas of the present; his art is free from sluggishness and helplessness. Kochanovich finds a verge between incompleteness and completeness; he does not stick to a single style, taking advantage of the freedom of creativity. A viewer does not even have a clue what to expect from the following series, for it will be different, but logically following the previous one. Kochanovich is an artist-psychologist, he is concerned about the viewer, taking good care of him, and the “Déjà Vu” exhibition is a perfect proof of this. D. Kochanovich creates in his works an environment (ambient), an atmosphere, and it is necessary, in the first place, to feel the space between the items, instead of collecting the information about the items visually. As the air surrounding us – which we do not see, but it is right there - dense and transparent, saturated and clean, warm and cold, ambient.
In 2007 Dmitry records his first musical electro-acoustic album - “Only For Romantics”.