Mystetskyi Arsenal, one of the most important Kyiv Art Spaces, will start its new exhibition season with presenting series of works by Oleksandr Gnylytsky, Ukrainian artist who has a very strong influence on forming contemporary Ukrainian art scene.
Ivan Pinzel (Johann Georg Pinsel), the mysterious sculptor of the eighteenth century who lived and worked in western Ukraine, is often referred to as Ukrainian Michelangelo no less. Artworks of this Ukrainian baroque-rococo sculptor who produced most of his works in the first half of the 18th century, have been exhibited at the Louvre Museum in Paris last year and awed many Europeans with its refined artistry.
Soviet Mosaic in Ukraine is a project by IZOLYATSIA fund dedicated to study and catalogue mosaics of the Soviet period in Ukraine: their location, status, and history of the authors. Large mosaics on the soviet-era buildings is very peculiar and interesting form of art that soon can be extinct.
The British Council in Ukraine is launching its 2017 arts program with The Vanity of Small Differences, an exhibition by one of the most high-profile contemporary British artists, Grayson Perry, which will run from 16 February to 22 March in IZOLYATSIA platform, Kyiv. The event also marks the start of the British Council’s 25th anniversary celebrations of its work in Ukraine.
Lviv Ethnographical Museum hosts one of the most anticipated and interesting art exhibitions of the year, Alphonse Mucha Poster Collection. The exhibition showcases some of Mucha’s best known posters created in art nouveau style during his stay in Paris.
The distance between Ukraine and Australia is about 13000 km but thanks to the efforts of the Australian Embassy in Ukraine and Triptych: Global Arts Workshop it gets less through such cultural events like ‘OLD MASTERS – Australia’s Great Bark Artists’ Exhibition.
A traveler who arrives to Kyiv for the first time might be overwhelmed with the number of museums and art galleries in the capital of Ukraine. Let «Destinations» point you in the direction of the finest art museums and galleries to visit in Kyiv.
The Year of Japan in Ukraine starts from «The World of Kabuki», an elegant and exquisite art exhibition . Ukrainian National Art Museum and the Embassy of Japan in Ukraine present unique part of the world art heritage, the authentic Japanese Prints of Kabuki Theater.
Director Martin Scorsese has produced some of the most memorable films in cinema history, including the iconic Taxi Driver and The Departed, Academy Award-winner. Copernicus Movie Theater in Lviv invites all cinephiles to attend Martin Scorsese Movie Festival and enjoy the best works of this iconic American director.
We propose you to discover works by up-and-coming, emerging and established Ukrainian artists at Lviv's best art galleries. Lviv boasts a variety of venues to see original artwork by most interesting local and international artists.
«Destinations» rounds up top art exhibitions happening in Kyiv during December - January that are totally worth visiting. Winter brings many various art events to the capital of Ukraine and all the art fans will find something interesting for themselves.
Every month many of Kyiv museums have the so called «free days». The following museums typically require paid admission but open their doors for free on specific days. «Destinations» brings you a schedule of these «free days» in Kyiv museums for January.
Ivan Marchuk is probably one of the most famous Ukrainian artists abroad. Here in Ukraine, however, Ivan Marchuk has not yet received the full amount of recognition. Marchuk’s art is mesmerizingly complex and magical. It deserves numerous exhibitions and endless publicity to allow long awaited national recognition.
With many days off and all the Christmas and New Year frenzy behind, January might seem like a perfect month for laid back movie nights with friends and family. There are lots of fantastic movies worth your time and attention in the coming January. You still can catch some of the December premiers and enjoy the newest 2017 premiers.
The British Council Ukraine, the CoolConnections Art-Group and MULTIPLEX Ukraine are happy to announce the arrival the ambitious project Theatre HD to Lviv. Theater HD is offering the best of British theatre on the big screen. The audience will have a chance to enjoy brilliant British actor Benedict Cumberbatch starring in iconic plays
«Shchyri» (Sincere) Calendar reveals the genuine beauty of Ukrainian national costumes. The Calendar was presented on December 9th, 2016 in Kyiv; it features Ukrainian celebrities in authentic traditional Ukrainian garments.
On December 14th, 2016 «Tse Hlyna» Kyiv art space (2B, Naberezhno Luhova street, Kyiv) hosted the opening of «Diving» art project created by Victor Melnychuk and Beata Corn. The exhibition was organized by Sky Art Foundation.
The birth of a child is a miracle that is awaited with trembling and anxiety. The joy of the soon appearance of the baby in this world is closely intertwined with the excitement of the birth itself. Parents-to-be are worried about how and where to give birth and if a couple is foreigners in Ukraine, then their excitement, as a rule, is multiplied by several times, and very often reasonably.
The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations expects the world population to reach 10 billion people by 2050, which will boost demand for food. Can Ukraine leap at the chance and become a key player in the food market? What windows of opportunity are open today? Vladyslava Rutytska, a member of National Reform Council, vicepresident of SigmaBleyzer and AgroGeneration, has shared her views on these and other topical agribusiness issues with us.