The National Museum of Russian Art is one the finest museums in Kiev. The museum is not only about art, it also has a historic value: the collection gathered the artworks of artists who come from Russia, Ukraine and other countries of the post-Soviet bloc.

Almost every Kiev city tour brings visitors to busy Volodymyrs’ka and Bohdana Khmelnytskoho streets crossing where the Kiev Opera House is situated. However, this is not just one of plenty places to see in Kiev, but it is also worth visiting.

Kiev theatric scene is rich and vivid with a variety of medium original stages and small experimental projects. However, it is better to start getting acquainted with it from the biggest and most famous temples of drama and comedy that will surely surprise with professional direction, eccentric acting and modern interpretation of classics. Don’t be worried about language barriers because true art doesn’t need words.

Big artistic events are among the top attractions that bring international visitors to Kiev. Discover how the Ukrainian capital keeps up-to-date with modern tendencies, explore its scene for contemporary arts and find out why these events are worth visiting.

Gearing art, education and projects implementation, the platform for cultural initiatives IZOLYATSIA expands the list of things to do in Kiev, activating Ukraine’s creative sector.

Located in the city center, in the area of museums and galleries gathering, the Bohdan and Varvara Khanenko Arts Museum provides residency for the pearls of European and Asian art in Ukraine, for years being one of the most interesting places to visit in Kiev.

While looking for things to do in Kiev do not skip an option of visiting the National Art Museum of Ukraine, the ‘temple’ of Ukrainian art.

While walking along the hills of Pechersk district and enjoying the panoramic view of Kiev do not miss a chance to step by Mystetskyi Arsenal, one of the best places for art events in Kiev.

February 13, 2015 was a special day for Ukrainian art: "Apocalypse in art" photo project of Vitaly Vasilyev and Olena Vasilyeva was brought to the hammer for £ 134,500 ($ 205,785) at Phillips London auction.

Abraham Maslow, famous American psychologist, outlined the human needs in his famous "Maslow pyramid" where he put self-expression, honor, respect and prestige at the top. All that could be achieved by collecting masterpieces. And there is no doubt that personal art collections have been considered as indication of wealth at all times.

Kyiv National Museum of Russian Art, KalytaArtKlub Gallery and Tonino Guerra Association (Italy) are pleased to invite all to the opening of the 1st international festival "GENIUS LOCI.

Auctions in Ukraine stand now on the new level thanks to changes in the country. There are several famous auction houses in Ukraine, old and new ones, which form the new “face” of Ukrainian art in the world.

If you are a big fan of contemporary art you should visit PinchukArtCenter which is located close to Bassarabsky Market and Area city center.

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