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 […]Read More
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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 We went to the opening of a new exhibition at National Art Museum of Ukraine. It was great, I finally […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More
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 […]Read More