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Myroslava Hartmond: ‘I want Marchuk to be the Ukrainian public’s guide into the world of abstract art’

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Triptych: Global Arts Workshop is hosting an exhibition of abstract works by Ivan Marchuk, from the private collection of gallery proprietor Myroslava Hartmond (Halushka). ArtsLooker spoke with Myroslava about this great contemporary genius, and also about the relevance of abstract art and the role of culture in international dialogue. British, but of Ukrainian origin, Hartmond has spent almost four years combining research …

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The Ukrainian artist entered the Britisch Top 100 living geniuses list

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He was born in a family of a well-known local weaver in Moskalivka, Ternopilska region (Ukraine). In times of the Soviet regime the painter was under the gun of KGB (USSR Committee for State Security). In 1988 the National Artist’s Union officially refused to admit him as a member of the union though by that time he had held 15 …

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Ganna Kryvolap: Paintings. Exhibition at The Ukrainian Institute of America

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Art at the Institute is delighted to present Ganna Kryvolap: Paintings. In this, her first exhibition at The Ukrainian Institute of America, the Kyiv-born Ms. Kryvolap will be showing three distinct series of works on canvas: Horizons, Wells and her newest, Ribbons. Daughter of renown contemporary painter Anatoliy Kryvolap, Ganna has — in her own right — exhibited widely in Ukraine …

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The catcher of secret codes. The special Ukrainian has started the cultural revolution

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Everything started 24th of April from the post on the Facebook page of Borisenko Art Gallery. During 3 days, the publication was reposted 2965 times. “He came to us a month ago. At the first glance, he seemed to be from the other planet. The smile was on his face all the time, as if he excused for encroaching upon …

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