Exhibitions

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.

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.

National History Museum in Kyiv invites to attend «Maidan, More Than Life and Death» photo exhibition by British photographer Joe M O’Brien, who worked in Kyiv during Euromaidan civil unrest in 2014.

«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.

«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.

Photo: Andrey Tsoy
Art Gallery Nebo invites to attend Andriy Tsoy «Fetish» exhibition. Andriy Tsoy is one of the best representatives of Ukrainian contemporary art.

Photo: Mykhailo Tymchyk Facebook Page
Mykhailo Tymchyk  is a young Ukrainian artist who creates sacral art pieces that are filled with philosophical and artistic meaning. The painter is best known for his landscapes and still life paintings, which differ greatly from his new series of unique icons of Saints.

Photo: U.A.F. Facebook Page
On November 1, 2016 Unlimited Art Foundation hosted the preview of the new ambitious pop-art and graffiti exhibition by Serhiy Yakymenko.

METAMORPHOSIS is a contemporary art project of associative improvisation between two artists Andrey Parakhin (Ukraine) and Andrey Prakhov (Russia) has been launched at Art Prichal, Kyiv, on 18th of October 2016, with the support of MultiNations and Verlos Fashion Design.

Photo: ArtUnitedUs Facebook Page
Art United Us is an international art project bringing the urban beauty of street art to Kyiv. This project stands behind two Kyiv subway trains turned into moving pieces of graffiti art.

Photo: T-GAW gallery
An Art Diplomacy Project by Luc Chenier unites Ukraine's national colours of blue and yellow with the world. A project 3 years in the making will be exhibited for 4 days only at Ukraine's premier fine Triptych Global Arts Workshop (T-GAW) art gallery.

Stepan Ryabchenko / The Ark
On October 13, 2016, the capital of Hungary will host Art Market Budapest. It defines contemporary cultural interests, enabling the artists and galleries from around the world to demonstrate their search and new approach to the visual art. Stepan Ryabchenko represents Ukraine at the Art Market Budapest.

Photo M17 Interior Art Exhibition
"Interior Art" exhibition is expected to be the main event of the autumn art season of the capital.  It will be officially opened on October 27, 2016 at M-17 Center of Contemporary Art.

Photo: Sky Art Foundation 
Sky Art Foundation in Kyiv is hosting the exhibition of Sergiy Bozhko «The Feel of the City» («Vidchuttya Mista»). Experience artist’s impressions of Ukrainian urban life that he expresses in his works.

Photo KZ ART ROOM
Her works are in private collections in Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Germany, France, England and Poland. In her works Cristina Kirilina uses different techniques: oil painting, fresco, mosaic, sculpture reliefs, sgraffito.

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