Art (March – April)

20 March 2018

Let’s Go Francofonie
Looking for Lenin
Exhibition of photographic works by Niels Ackermann (Switzerland) and Sebastien Gobert (France)
17 March – 1 April
Triptykh Gallery (Andriivsky Uzviz 34)
There have been almost 5 500 statues of Lenin taken down throughout the course of the decommunisation process in Ukraine, with Lenins toppled, beheaded, replaced, or hidden away. A Swiss photographer and French journalist spent several months touring Ukraine finding not only fallen monuments, but what’s more:  stories that relay the live testimony of Ukrainian history.

Voices of Kyiv
Exhibition of works by Catherine Gfeller (CH)
23 March – 11 April
Taras Shevchenko National Museum (Shevchenko Blvd 12)
Swiss multimedia artist Catherine Gfeller presents her personal portrait of the city based on interviews with some of the most famous Ukrainian writers, like Kurkov and Sabuzhko, and social activists, showing the drastic changes Kyiv has undergone since the Revolution of Dignity.

More than Just Sculpture
Exhibition of sculptures by modern Ukrainian artists
7 March – 7 April
Art Ukraine Gallery (Antonovycha 102-104)
A large-scale art project combining sculpture and digital art has been chosen to introduce a new location for the Art Ukraine Gallery, dwelling at the former M17 centre. A number of young and promising Ukrainian artists worked together to examine how millennium-old sculptures interact with some of the newest digital technologies and how they both influence our lives.
20-50 UAH

Flashback. Ukrainian media-art of 90s
Exhibition of media art
1 March – 6 May
Mystetsky Arsenal (Lavrska 10-12)
30-60 UAH

Pinchuk Art Centre Prize
Exhibition of shortlisted artists
and solo exhibition of works by Dineo Seshee Bopape (Future Generation Art Prize Winner 2017)
24 February – 13 May
Pinchuk Art Centre (V Vasylkivska/Baseyna 1/3-2)

Life Must Go On
Exhibition of paintings and digital art by Liliya Studnytska and Skilz band (Lviv)
1–31 March
Lavra Gallery (Lavrska 9)
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Women of Independence
Exhibition of art works dedicated to eminent Polish women
7-19 March
IZONE (Naberezhno-Luhova 8)

Overcoming the Limits of Existence
Exhibition of art works by Ernst Barlach and Kathe Kollwitz (DE)
23 February – 1 April
National Art Museum (Hrushevskoho 6)
10-40 UAH

Tibetan Labyrinth
Exhibition of paintings by Volodymyr Podlevsky
7-22 March
Museum of History of Kyiv (B Khmelnytskoho 7)

Generation After…
Exhibition of art works by Yulia Belyaieva
14–28 March
French Institute (Honchara 84)

Exhibition of works by art-group Fantastic Little Splash
2 March – 3 April
Dymchuk Gallery (Yaroslavska 21)

Identity, Interrupted by Ola Rondiak
Exhibition of collage and sculpture
24 March – 9 April
Tauver’s Gallery International (Olhynska 6)

Da Vinci The Exhibition
The life and work of the artist
Until 30 April
Expocentre of Ukraine (Akademika Glushkova 1)

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