Victoria Olt’s solo exhibition “Lost Gods”

A new exhibition “Lost Gods” will open in the Victoria Olt Gallery, where fine watercolor techniques and ancient cultures are intertwined. The most eye-catching part of the exhibition is the 20 m2 installation of paper cranes – a reference to the Japanese legend which states that a person who folds 1000 origami cranes is granted one wish, usually for a long life.

“The exhibition “Lost Gods” is another step in my quest for meaning, where, after finding no solace in current popular religion, I turn my gaze towards the past, to see what can be learned there,” explains Victoria Olt.