"My paintings, my compositions look solid but if you take a closer look, you can't be sure if these structures are developing or crumbling."
In his latest exhibition at Double Q Gallery, Genti Korini’s familiar abstract forms are given a gentler, “softer” expression. Produced in 2022, some of the works on display have a historical character which combines the stylistic elements of cubism and expressionism, while others are more detailed pieces that employ the more straightforward graphic idiom of the poster. The exhibition takes its name from the work displayed at the front of the gallery, raising the question: Do we really have a bright future ahead of us? We have been led to this notion by the growing prosperity and capitalist transformations in Eastern Europe, but whether or not we can achieve what is referred to as a better, brighter future ultimately depends on the kind of world we create.