…The taste for the detail, the sketchy drawing, and the pleasure of the simple narration – these are the dowries of the artist Elena Asseeva. Her works are born at the “parlicolarismo” of the sketch, at the immediate intuitive splash and abhor of the regular composition, perspective and academic rules. The immediacy of these drawings has given to her artworks the “felliniane” atmosphere, oneiric and surreal, full of carnival and allegory. The style of the artist is adulterated and infantile at the same time, fairy and fantastic, full of mirrors and imagination. We can notice an affinity with the paintings of Marc Chagall, especially in the free and dreamy, full of illusions, language they both use…“
Conte Daniele Radini Tedeschi, Professor of Rome Academy of Art, Art Critic,
for the exhibition “Il Piacere“, Galleria Consorti, Rome.