Exhibitions

Late fall and winter is a great time to attend various art galleries and museums in Ukraine. Interesting Ukrainian and international artists and new art venues - the end of the year brings many art events to Lviv.

MUSA International Art Space is glad to present We Contemporary 2017 Special Edition – the third issue of annual catalogue of modern art from all-around the world. 300 pages of the catalogue contain works of 100 artists from 50 countries.

From October 25 to November 15, 2017 Contemporary Architecture Photography exhibition by Ubik Lilvin will be held in the art-space of the metropolitan TSUM. About 20 monochrome photos and video installations will be presented.

October 20 at 19:00 Nebo Art Gallery invites to the opening of "Water" exhibition by Czech artist Olga Yakubovskaya. The project will be presented within the official program of the Year of Japan in Ukraine.  During the opening event the guests can participate in the tea ceremony organized by "MICHI" Center for Oriental Culture.

New exhibition space "Art TSUM", located on the 7th floor of the Kyiv Central Department Store TSUM, invites to attend the Ukrainian digital art project "PETLUK | RYABCHENKO | SAI’. It showcases the works of leading Ukrainian media artists - Sergiy Petlyuk, Stepan Ryabchenko and Alexei Sai.

SPACES is a group exhibition of recent contemporary art from Ukraine presented by independent art manager Kateryna Ivanova in Geneva Old Town/Galerie La Cave. It brings together six contemporary artists who explore the relationship between man and environment. Through experiments with form of physical objects and spatial illusions, they challenge one’s ability to feel the world around. To sense what it’s like to be in a specific space and to experience the space within oneself – this is what the artists offer a spectator within the SPACES project.

The University of Essex marks the centenary of the Russian Revolution with an exhibition that explores the rise and fall of the cult of Vladimir Lenin. From the exhilaration of the early Soviet years, to the systematic imposition of a personality cult that was used to enforce the will of the Communist Party, FALLEN documents the inglorious fate of the Soviet Union’s deification of Lenin.

Leaving behind mundane thinks and immerse into atmosphere where art speaks out is always a good idea. Art museums in Kyiv demonstrate valuable collections of masterpieces from homeland and from other countries to take you back into the centuries and return recreated and inspired.

«Destinations» rounds up the most interesting art exhibitions to attend in Ivano Frankivsk in September, 2017. Interesting Ukrainian artists and new art venues - September brings the great start of the fall art season to Frankivsk.

On September 23-24, 2017, Pautina (“Spiderweb”) land art festival will be held near Odesa. Land art, also known as Earth art, is an art movement based on usage of real natural landscapes as the main art material and object. During Pautina-2017 festival, 25 Ukrainian artists are going to present their installations created using diverse techniques. The open-air exhibition will take place on the picturesque coast of Kuyalnik estuary only 5 km away from Odesa.

The project “UDLAENGSEL: Journeys of Corneliu Cazacu” (06.09-20.09.2017) is the confluence of several series which each could have been the subject of an individual exhibition. The title is taken from the Danish word which conveys the ‘passion for travelling’ or Wanderlust (German), a condition which has taken the photographer to the furthest parts of the world in a quest for documenting the magical moments of both natural and human life.

Every year thousands of people arrive to the Black Rock Desert in northern Nevada, in the United States, to become part of the magnificent Burning Man art event. The iconic festival ended last Monday, leaving a lot of fun memories and phantasmagorical photos of the participants and art of Burning Man 2017.

Early fall is a great time to attend various festivals in Ukraine. The festival calendar ramps up after the summer music festivals, but the days are still long and the evenings light. Explore our picks for the best September 2017 festivals and art events to catch.

«Destinations» rounds up the most interesting art exhibitions to attend in Lviv in September, 2017.
Interesting Ukrainian and international artists and new art venues - September brings the great start of the fall art season in Lviv.

Odesa is mostly known as a capital of sea holidays and bright night parties, but not as a Mecca of art. However, Odesa art scene can surely offer plenty of interesting events. Let`s consider which autumn art exhibitions in Odesa 2017 are worth visiting.

National Art Museum of Ukraine presents "Eneida Project", major multi-discipline project, dedicated to the legendary poem Eneida by Ivan Kotlyarevsky and to 175th anniversary of the first full edition of this poem. This project offers a whole new retrospective over this very popular Ukrainian literature piece.

Autumn season, with its special romantic atmosphere of cold blue sky and golden leaves, wakens a wish for something inspiring and spiritual in our souls. This is the time for enjoying beauty in all its forms, including, of course, the beauty of art. Those who feel urgent need to see something beautiful are welcome to satisfy their desire at autumn art exhibitions in Kyiv 2017.

Welcome to exhibition of Sergey Marunich (b. 1993), a young Ukrainian artist, designer, illustrator and brand builder from Ternopil, Western Ukraine, better known as S.M.ART (Sergey Marunych Art).

On August 10th, 2017 Spivakovska ART:EGO gallery will host the opening of "Crazy in Art" personal exhibition of Yekasova Dasha. This collection of art pieces is all about harmoniously playing bright colors, combination of seemingly incongruous tones as well as about feeling the rich emotions of the artist while creating the pictures.

On July 20th, 2017 Spivakovska ART:EGO gallery presents «Inspiration Vernissage», personal exhibition of Ukrainian artist Yana Panyus.

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