During times of crisis and uncertainty, people often forget about the most important things and fall into routines. The exhibition "Thirst for Life" by Nikolay Cherednichenko aims to awaken individuals, encouraging them to engage in a dialogue with themselves about what truly matters, expanding horizons and inspiring action. The artist invites visitors to share in the joy of every moment of existence.
The exhibition "Thirst for Life" was located on the ground floor of The Muravyov-Apostles House Museum-Estate. The exhibition showcased the artist's works in chronological order:
- Period 1991-2000: front entrance hall, corridor, and hall. - Period 2000-2010: front green bedroom, study, yellow living room. - Period 2010-2019: yellow living room, pink living room. - Period from the beginning of 2020 to the present day: ballroom.
This exhibition marked Cherednichenko's return after five years of full immersion in his work. The artist aims to remind us of the most precious treasure each of us possesses—our own life. Through this exhibition, the author wishes to evoke the thirst for exploration, creation, astonishment, and the thirst to fully experience life in every visitor.