Triumph Gallery in Moscow presents «Tilted» by South Korean artist Lee Jinju. She is known for her subjective realism works or psycholandscapes that erase tenses and cease to divide the category of time into past, present, and future. In line with traditional Korean painting techniques, Lee Jinju uses unbleached cotton, powdered pigments, and animal skin glue to create compositions of varying complexity and scale. The features of her artistic style include focus on light, details, and scale: from close view to bird's eye view. Each work rests on a sophisticated scenario: the artist makes drawings of her memories, pictures of everyday life, imaginary things, takes photos of personal and found objects - be it a twig, pebbles, glass balls, or a pair of compasses - and then sets up a composition. Many metaphors and symbols in her works help viewers find their own interpretations, while spacious proportions make us carefully consider every detail and build our own narrative. The exhibition runs through Oct. 6.