Art

Photo: White Nights
8 dance floors, 80 DJs, 15 live bands, 32 music styles, 30 bars and top 50 participants of ‘Ulichnaya eda’ (Street Food) festival - this is all about ‘White Nights’ party, which is going to take place at ‘Platforma Art-zavod’. Lot of sound, light, gloss and beautiful people are waiting for you during June 3-5, 2016 in Kiev!

Photo: Museum of Russian Art Official Facebook page
New charming ‘Gardens of the Silver Age’ exhibition at the Museum of Russian Art in Kiev has recently opened in honor of the anniversary of famous artist Mikhail Vrubel.

Kateryna Khaniukova, the soloist of the English National Ballet will dance Cinderella on the stage of the National Opera of Ukraine on May 24, 2016.

Street artists from around the world are painting the walls of Kiev and other Ukrainian cities between May 12, 2016 and July 30, 2016 to fill the streets with bright colors and positive emotions.

Photo: I. Marchuk. "Comfort on a Farm" (2004, canvas, acrylic)
‘Ducat’ Auction House will hold their second silent auction of Ukrainian art during May 20-26, 2016 in Kiev. The auction will feature a collection of great works of art covering 100 years of national art from Ukraine.

Each year, on the 18th of May museum professionals all over the world celebrate their professional holiday. Usually, during these days, museums open their doors until late at night, arrange concerts, workshops and unusual excursions. Kiev is not an exception to celebrate Museum Day.

The grand opening of Vasyl Bazhay’s ‘Refrigerator’ exhibition will be held on May 12, 2016 at 7pm in the space of the prominent Kiev gallery – Shcherbenko Art Centre.

Saint Sophia Cathedral is opening its doors to a new exhibition in Kiev: ‘Art Dynasty’ exhibition of works of famous Ukrainian artists Tiberiy and Ilona Szilvashi will be held on May 10-24, 2016.

Photo: Mystetska Zbirka Official Facebook page
After the great success of Oleksandr Roirburd’s “Caution, Wet Paint!” exhibition and catalogue presentation during 2016 Book Arsenal in Kiev, the works migrate to Mystetska Zbirka gallery for further display.

 

Photo: K&Z Art Room
Famous Ukrainian artist Oleksiy Zheltonogov is having an exhibition in Kiev that will open in K&Z Art Room on April 28, 2016.

‘Everything for 100’ Auction of visual arts and graphics in Kyiv is promising an attractive deal for all the lots to start with the price of USD 100!

Photo: Anatoly Kryvolap
Exhibition of one of the most famous and successful Ukrainian artsits is currently on display at Cultprostir Hub until May 19, 2016.

Photo: Museum of Modern Art of Ukraine Official Facebook page
Museum of Modern Art of Ukraine was founded in 2005 in Kyiv in order to collect, preserve, explore and promote Ukrainian art of the ХХ – ХХІ centuries. Today it is the biggest collection of Ukrainian Modern and contemporary art in the country, representing works of more than 500 artists.

Photo: K&Z Art Room
Famous French artist and photographer Alan Rodier is having an exhibition in Kiev that will open in K&Z Art Room on April 14, 2016.

Photo: Shcherbenko Art Centre
“Breath in Chernobyl” project by Dr. Sungtae Jung, the photographer from the Republic of Korea, will open in Shcherbenko Art Centre on April 19, 2016. The exhibition is dedicated to the thirtieth anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster.

If spending an evening in a company of Kiev Chamber or Symphony Orchestra enjoying good music sounds like a plan for you, then the National Philharmonic is your must-visit place in Kiev.

The Great Gatsby modern ballet is the first Ukrainian project of high international level. Ukrainian audience will be lucky to see it in Kiev for the second time on April 4, 2016.

The new Mykola Kononenko exhibition in Kiev, called ‘La Viva Vita’, opens on March 30, 2016 at Taras Shevchenko National Museum.

Korners Auction House will launch a completely new auction format for Ukrainian art market. The auction will be held on April 7, 2016 featuring a pre-auction exhibition that will open its doors on March 29, 2016.

Mikhail Vrubel is usually regarded amongst the Russian Symbolists and Art Nouveau artists. In reality, he deliberately stood aloof from contemporary art trends. Therefore, the origin of his unusual manner should be sought in Late Byzantine and Early Renaissance painting, which is presented at the new exhibition at Saint Sophia Cathedral in Kiev.

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