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Max and Julia Voloshyn: “Participation in art fairs  is a long and hard work for the future”

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SCOPE Art Show is a well-known in the United States and Europe fair that in the 17 years of its existence has gained fame of a takeoff pad for many young galleries and artists. Thanks to its innovation policy and active support of young artists and galleries, SCOPE has acquired the status of an influential event in culture that allows …

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Art-project “Ukrainian Insights” at Headquarters of the UN, New York

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The opening of the “Ukrainian Insights” exhibition by world-renowned Ukrainian contemporary artists Victor Sydorenko, Oleg Tistol, Mykola Matsenko and Valentin Popov will take place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on May 16th.   The exhibition will be proceeded by a dialogue with best-selling author Timothy Snyder who will discuss his best selling book, “On Tyranny,” as well as …

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Odessa artist Stepan Ryabchenko turned the Comfy store into an art object

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The facade of the central Comfy store in Dnepr turned into an art object in order to bring buyers and business closer to art. Colorful mosaic was developed by famous Odessa artist - Stepan Ryabchenko. Due to the original creative idea and artistic formalization, the project was named "Kaleidoscope". According to the project initiators words - nowadays people live in a …

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Lina Condes exhibition in Venice: «Extraterriestrial Odyssey»

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Contemporary Art Center M17 (Kiev, Ukraine) presents a project from Lina Condes entitled Extraterrestrial Odyssezy, also featuring two new sculptures by Daniel Lismore. The exhibition is curated by Paolo De Grandis, Tamara Li, and Magdalena Gabriel. Lina Condes has pioneered the use of technology, architecture and biology in her art.  Her research and practice has moved recently towards creating pieces in …

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Vlada Ralko: “It is important for me to turn the context into a background”

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From 15th of February to 26th of March, the art space of Voloshyn Gallery is presenting a solo exhibition of the famous Ukrainian artist Vlada Ralko. The project "The close among the forgotten" includes works from different periods of the artist’s career. Some of the paintings have already been exhibited in the series of "Signs," "Envy to the reality," "Twins," …

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Artem Volokitin: «I am changing – so is my painting»

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«Voloshyn Gallery» has introduced a new group project of the artists Artem Volokitin, Tatyana Malinovskaya and Vitaliy Kokhan "Photosynthesis". Large-scale paintings, videos and installations have demonstrated three points of view on the phenomenon of photosynthesis. According to the authors, the conversion of sunlight into life energy of organisms is a theme full of aesthetic relapses, philosophical meanings and emotional images. …

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The Museum of Ukrainian ceramics has opened its doors in China

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October 26 saw the opening of the Ukrainian pavilion of the International Museum of Art Ceramic (FLICAM), that takes place in Fuping Pottery Art Village in China. It is considered to be a significant cultural event for Ukraine that promotes Ukrainian ceramic in China and all over the world. Before the event Yuri Musatov, Martha Berezhnenko, Lisa Portnova, Andriy Kirichenko, …

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Art Diplomacy Project by LUC CHENIER Unites Ukraine’s Colours with the World

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A project 3 years in the making will be exhibited for 4 days only at Ukraine's premier fine art gallery. Luc Chenier's textured canvasses are an innovative demonstration of UNITY, which engage Ukraine’s blue and yellow colours to reinvent great international flags. “I want to show how connected Ukraine truly is to so many nations across the world, and how much …

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Ukrainian artist Mykhailo Tymchuk paints unique icons

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Young ukrainian artist Mykhailo Tymchyk creates art that is filled with philosophical and artistic images. His last exhibition “Birds” was in April and took place in an art space “SKLO” in Kiev. Not many people know that in addition to lanscapes and still life paintings artist creates unique icons of Saints. His sacred art makes us think about life, about the …

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Stepan Ryabchenko will represent Ukraine at the Art Market Budapest

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On October 13, 2016, in the capital of Hungary will host Art Market Budapest. Art Market Budapest defines contemporary cultural interests, enabling the artists and galleries from around the world to demonstrate their search and new approach to the visual art. Founded in 2011, it became the largest fair of Eastern Europe. This year, more than 20 countries will show their …

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Mykhailo Deiak «Most artists don’t usually think about their audience. We are selfish, and we get carried away when we work”

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Mykhailo Deiak is a Ukrainian master of expressive realism and one of the most prominent representatives of the Zakarpattya School of painting. His name is well-known not only in Ukraine, but throughout the whole world. Exhibitions of the painter’s works take place in Hungary, China, and Canada. His paintings are appreciated and find their way to markets such as Phillips, …

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Virtual Garden by Stepan Ryabchenko

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The first project of InVogue Gallery in Odessa is the personal exhibition of contemporary Ukrainian artist Stepan Ryabchenko. Stepan Ryabchenko systematically works on destroying the boundaries between physical and virtual reality, keeping pace with the global process of "digitization" and reality augmentation. At the same time the artist retains unwavering craving for traditional motifs and classical forms. His works are recognizable, and, …

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