I went to an amazing lecture about Ukrainian Soviet avant-garde cinema of 1922-1930th by Deputy Director General of Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Center Ivan Kozlenko. I truly love all Oleksandr Dovzhenko National Center’s projects and I recommended their DVDs in a list of non- touristy souvenirs that you can buy in Kyiv 😉 The lecture was …
I went to a presentation of the book Art Barbican: Triangle 92, anthology at National Art Museum of Ukraine. During the Maidan revolution different artists had their own spot that was located on Khreschatyk Street, right in front of a Khreschatyk metro, they called it Art Barbican.
Beautiful ceramics by Olha Rapai on the House of Ukraine national creative teams. This giant ceramic decor is handmade and created in 1987. Folk naive art is a big part of Ukrainian art; the most famous artists are Kateryna Bilokur, Maria Pryimachenko.
Some more photos from the 45th Kyiv International Film Festival Molodist, I wrote about it before here.
DakhaBrakha perform Sho Z-Pod Duba on Later… with Jools Holland, BBC Two