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Vozdvizhenka area, located in Podil district, has recently become a non-trivial home of Kiev bohemians with a bunch of creative shops, sophisticated restaurants, conceptual bars and, of course, interesting art galleries.
Photo: be-inart.com Hanna Kryvolap is famous not only for her personal relation to Anatolyi Kryvolap, but also for her bright and colorful painting technique. The exhibition of her new series of artworks is currently on display at Tryptykh Art Gallery in Kiev.
Photo: Vasyl Bazhay. Untitled, 1995. Shcherbenko Art Centre Shcherbenko Art Centre is delighted to present "The Art of Seeing" project, opening on July 20, 2016. The project will bring together in one space the works of Ukrainian artists with design objects from the leading Ukrainian studios.
Photo: ‘Light’ Art Group Official Facebook page ‘Light’ art group, consisting of emerging women artists are opening ‘Rain’ installation in Kiev Botanical Garden after M. Gryshko on July 5, 2016. The residents and guests of the capital will be able to observe this artistic piece until July 12, 2016.
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Photo: Khanenko Museum Khanenko Museum is currently presenting seventeen paintings from the Castelvecchio museum's collection in Verona. These works were stolen from the museum in November, 2015 and have been recently found in Ukraine.
Photo: ArtPrichal Officiial Facebook page On June 10, 2016 Kiev will host a unique ‘Megapolis’ performance from dance collective ‘Apache Crew’ that will surprise the audience with unexpected moves and improvisations.
Photo: Kyiv Art Week Kyiv Art Week, a huge cultural event, will take place in Ukrainian capital for the time during June 15-20, 2016. Implementing the famous international format, Kyiv Art Week will bring together museums’ and galleries’ projects, art fair, conference with the participation of international experts, concerts, performances and social events.
Photo: PinchukArtCentre There is a new exhibition at PinchukArtCentre, named ‘Loss. In Memory of Babi Yar’. It has recently opened in the space of the biggest contemporary art space in Kiev and is going to last until January 8, 2017.
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!
Dr. Christoph Späti, Deputy Head of Mission and Counsellor at the Embassy of Switzerland in Ukraine and Moldova, has been living in Kyiv for a couple of years already with his wife Tamar and their three children. Tamar and Christoph surprised me by telling me that it was their preferred choice to come to live to Ukraine. Why did they make such a decision and are they still happy living in the biggest country of Eastern Europe where political, economic and social changes are taking place?
After Eurovision Grand Final show the audience was simply awed by the interval act of the Ukrainian electronic band ONUKA. Many Ukrainians in their social media accounts wondered why ONUKA wasn’t the one to represent Ukraine in Eurovision 2017, while numerous international Eurovision fans said that all the contestants were great, but the live gig by ONUKA simply blew their minds.