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Strange Time

07.05.2020 – on going



Participants: Stepan Ryabchenko, Vasiliy Ryabchenko, Oleg Tistol, Vasiliy Tsagolov, Sergei Sviatchenko, Victor Sydorenko, Mykola Matsenko, Marina Skugareva; Kenny Scharf, Alex Yudzon, Anders Krisár, Gene Kiegel, Lucien Dulfan, Samuel Jablon, Richie Culver, Nik Ramage, Felix Schramm, Hannah Hallermann, Valentin Abad, Guillermo Mora, and many others. 


On May 7 the Strange Time– the first large-scale international

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Less festival of contemporary collage art

18.04 – 04.11.2020

Viborg, Denmark


LESS Festival of Contemporary Collage Art is part of Viborg cultural commitment as a member of UNESCO creative cities. LESS is founded by influential collage artist Sergei Sviatchenko and a group of business leaders in Viborg municipality. LESS is funded with the generous support of Viborg Kommune, Østjysk Vækstbånd, the Danish Ministry of Culture through Den Jyske Kunst Fond and local and national businesses.


Team: artistic director Sergei Sviatchenko, curator

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Imprint. Ukrainian printmaking of the XX – XXI centuries

20.03 – 03.05.2020

Oleg Tistol

Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv


The Imprint project aims to show the existence of a continuous line of the transformation of Ukrainian engraving through tradition and innovation, to identify the interconnections and intersections of certain artistic processes of different periods. Project presents about 500 graphic artworks by 128 artists, dating from the early 20th century to the present.


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The Artifical Pain

03.04. – 07.06.2020

Contemporary Art Centre ZnakiCzasu in Toruń, Poland


April 3rd was opened exhibition project The Artificial Pain at the Contemporary Art Centre ZnakiCzasu in Toruń, Poland CSW Toruń, despite of Covid-19. 


During the quarantine the exhibition will work on-line through streams on youtube and by organization of virtual excursions.


This project has united Ukrainian artists with different views on present-day Ukraine and the events of recent history, which hurts Ukrainian

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11.02 – 29.02.2020

Egor Zigura

Premier Vip Lounge Boryspil International Airport, Kyiv

The exhibition presents 8 selected works from the AfterToday project. The exposition is augmented by graphics belonging to the author’s personal archives, as well as photos of documentary project #ArtistFromWithinWorkshop created by a photographer Olena Saponova.

AfterToday series (2010 – …) represents the author’s confession, where art addresses to contemporaries through a flexible language. The project consists of a

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Contemporary Ukranian Art of 1985 - 2015 from Private Collection

5.11 - 15.12.2019

Modern Art Research Institute



Contemporary art accumulates viable and avant-garde ideas of the present and simultaneously projects introspective look at history, traditions and worldview. Our global strategy must be aimed not only at purchasing art, but rather at learning how to comprehend it, how to actually love it. So this is the main condition for creating contemporary museum of artworks from private collections', Ihor Abramovych  


Artists: Anatoly

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Donbas Paradise

4.12.2019 – 20.01.2020

Roman Minin

Boryspil International Airport


This exhibition brings together several of his acclaimed and, in my opinion, particularly important works. For example, the painting The Carpet of Promises explores relationships between citizens and the state, ever changing yet depressingly similar around the world. The painting The Ukrainian Mantra presents a singular alternative state symbol of contemporary Ukraine, especially when accompanied by the music the author found for the concept. His

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Media dependence. Ukranian version

20.11 - 12.12.2019

Artists: Oleg Tistol, Vasyl Tsagolov, Olexiy Sai, Stepan Ryabchenko, Andriy Sydorenko

Ukrainian House


To look at the world through the lens of a smartphone is a common thing for the modern people. This "filter" between us and the world has become an organic part of today. The photographic vision gave artists a new toolkit and a new approach to reality, which was embodied in works of visual art: from painting, graphics, sculpture and installations to media art.

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Le temps pour jeter les pierres

14.11 – 21.11.2019

Roman Minin

Museum Grand Curtius

Liège, Belgium


“This exhibition aims to give the audience a sensation, to point out the significance of the events that are happening today and will be decisive for the common Ukrainian and European future. It is likely that the time has come for decisive action, reform and transformation, battles and victories.

I wish to thank Liege, Grand Curtius Museum, the Embassy of Ukraine in the Kingdom of Belgium and our partners for the

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Sculpture by the Sea

24.10 – 10.11.2019

Egor Zigura


Sydney, Australia


Sculpture by the Sea in Sydney, Australia, is one of the largest open-air exhibitions of sculpture worldwide. For a couple of weeks, this cult event transforms the Pacific coastal walk into a 2-km long sculptural park. The exhibition presents more than 100 sculptures by artists from around the globe. More than 400,000 viewers had visited the event last year.


The organizers had received more than 400 submissions from artists representing 31

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