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The best of 2015: Exhibitions of Ukrainian modern art in Kyiv

One of the trends of 2015 was the revision of Ukrainian XXth century art. Among the important projects were: “Harlequin Is Leaving…In Memoriam. Legendary Collection of Ihor Dychenko” and “Kateryna Bilokur. I want to be an artist!” at Mystetskyi Arsenal; “SPETSFOND (works from the special storage, 1937-1939)” and “Art of the […]

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Viktor Zaretskyi, Alla Horska (with Anatolii Lymarev and Borys Plaksii) A sketch for the mosaic panel "Flag of Freedom" for the Young Guard Museum in Krasnodon, 1968, applique on cardboard

Art of the Ukrainian Sixties. Possibility of the museum – SEE-K

Viktor Zaretskyi, Alla Horska (with Anatolii Lymarev and Borys Plaksii) A sketch for the mosaic panel “Flag of Freedom” for the Young Guard Museum in Krasnodon, 1968, applique on cardboard We went to the opening of a new exhibition at National Art Museum of Ukraine. It was great, I finally […]

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Traditional folk art fair at Ivan Honchar museum

I went to a festival Oreli (Орелі) dedicated to Saint Nicholas’ Day. There were some lectures and workshops on Ukrainian traditions of celebrating winter holidays that interested me and a small yet nice folk art fair. I like it because craftsman from all over the country bring their crafts and […]

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Ukrainian medieval kobzar and lyre music at Ivan Honchar Museum

The concert at Ivan Honchar Museum on 14th of October was dedicated to 73th anniversary of Ukrainian Insurgent Army, the big Christian holiday – The Day of Intercession of the Theotokos, and the Day of Defender of Ukraine. Ivan Honchar Museum is a lovely, cozy folk museum near Kyiv Pechersk […]

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The School of Kyiv – Kyiv Biennial 2015

The School of Kyiv is a Kyiv Biennial 2015 that takes place at the variety of locations around Kyiv. It’s a cool opportunity to get inside the buildings that are closed for public or there is just nothing in them, to see the building from the other perspective, like for […]

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