On the 29th July, select pieces from The Lost Planet series by Contemporary Artist and Environmentalist Natalia Kapchuk will present at the renowned Times Square as a part of her Solo Show in collaboration with NYC Art Walk.
Natalia Kacpchuk’s The Lost Planet series is a globally recognized project that travels across the world with its installation, showcasing unique mixed-media, eco-friendly art pieces and spreading much-needed awareness regarding the plight of our beloved planet caused by dire anthropic impacts.
The exhibition at Times Square will feature four captivating artworks by Kapchuk, which will be displayed on the massive screen throughout the day. One of the pieces, “Glacial Iridescence” (2022), delves into the consequences of human actions in the Arctic regions. Another artwork, “Heart of the Ocean” (2021), portrays the irreversible effects of melting ice sheets in Antarctica.
Artwork “American Dream” (2019) skillfully incorporates single-use plastic elements to shed light on the urgent issue of plastic pollution in the United States. Lastly, “Ocean’s DNA” (2019) represents the vulnerability of the world’s ocean ecosystem due to global warming, emphasizing the crucial role of coral reefs in sustaining marine life.
This Solo Show aims to raise awareness about the devastating impact of human activities on our planet. Through her thought-provoking art, Natalia Kapchuk hopes to inspire viewers to take action and make positive changes for the sake of our environment.