Lot #58 | The Indifferent by Iryna Olisieienko

2023. Vyshhorod, Ukraine

● 27,6″x27,6″ (70×70 cm)
● This work of art was created in electronic form and is offered in acrylic plasticization print. Acrylic thickness 5 mm.
● This Artwork Comes With a Wall Plaque of the Good Samaritan
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$2,000.00

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Introducing “The Indifferents” by Iryna Olisieienko: A Call to Action Against Indifference.

In a world fraught with tragedies and conflicts, it is often disheartening to witness the apathy and indifference that pervade society. However, Ukrainian artist Iryna Olisieienko’s thought-provoking masterpiece, “The Indifferents,” challenges us to confront our complacency and urges us to make a difference in the face of adversity.

At the center of the painting, we are captivated by the image of a courageous Ukrainian girl, resolute in her determination to save her beloved dog from the aftermath of the Kakhovska Hydroelectric Power Station tragedy. While her actions embody compassion and empathy, the backdrop tells a contrasting tale. The faces of people and international organizations, in their symbolic indifference, choose to avert their gaze and shield themselves with rose-tinted glasses and headphones. Lost in their self-absorbed detachment, they deny the horrors unfolding before them, convinced that it does not concern their world.

This powerful artwork serves as a poignant reminder of the catastrophic event that unfolded on June 6, 2023, when Russian terrorists struck the Kakhovska Hydroelectric Power Station in Ukraine. Lives were lost, both human and animal, and the nation was thrust into a devastating ecological catastrophe. Yet, what adds another layer of sorrow to this tragedy is the profound absence of response from international bodies such as the United Nations and the Red Cross. The hearts of Ukrainians, already burdened with grief, were further saddened by this lack of support. It is a familiar narrative of indifference, met with feeble expressions of concern.

Through “The Indifferents,” Iryna Olisieienko strives to awaken our collective conscience and inspire us to action. This artwork encapsulates the importance of extending a helping hand to those in need, particularly during times of war and turmoil. It implores us not to be indifferent, for we are all interconnected as citizens of this planet. It reminds us that protecting our world from environmental and other catastrophes is an imperative shared by each and every one of us.

“The Indifferents” serves as a clarion call, urging us to break free from the shackles of apathy and rally behind the causes that demand our attention. It compels us to question the consequences of our own indifference and consider the power we possess to effect change. Let us heed the profound message of this remarkable painting, embrace our shared humanity, and work together to build a world that nurtures compassion, empathy, and action.

Experience the transformative power of “The Indifferents” and let it spark the flame of change within you. Join the movement against indifference and stand alongside the resilient Ukrainian people, reminding the world that unity and compassion can triumph over the darkest of times. Together, let us create a future where indifference is replaced with empathy, and action becomes our guiding principle.

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