Bruno Vasiļevskis

In 1989, Bruno Vasiļevskis published a laconic “credo”: in art, as in science, nothing can be invented, it can only be discovered. 

Vasiļevskis’ discoveries began in the early 1960s as a self-evident protest against local, slightly modernized socialism, but also against subjective expressionism and formal manifestations of the late modernism popular at his time.