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Art (November – December)

Art (November – December)

Above Me

Exhibition of paintings by Anna Mironova

23 November – 17 December

Voloshyn Gallery (Tereshchenkivska 13)


“Make people look to the heavens – that’s the idea of ceiling frescoes in churches.” That’s according to Anna Mironova. “In everyday life we rarely raise our heads and look up, the upper levels of the city with beautifully ornamented facades and the complex lace made of tree branches and leaves,” she says. Her latest exhibition is a selection of abstract paintings that urge us to look above – away from the pavement and our phones – at least from time to time.


Voices of the Epochs


26 November at 18.00

Khanenko Museum of Western and Oriental Art (Tereshchenkivska 15-17)

Want to know how classical paintings “sound”? You have that chance for one night only at the Khanenko Museum. The Blagovist ensemble and the curators of the exhibition have joined forces to create a bridge between painted images and the music of past centuries, meaning all attendees can plunge into the atmosphere of the Gothic, Baroque, and Renaissance epochs.

150 UAH (book in advance)

+38 044 235 3290


Aksisnin’s Labyrinths

Exhibition of graphic works by Oleksandr Aksinin

8 November – 12 December

National Art Museum (Hrushevskoho 6)


The Mechanism of Evolution

Group Exhibition by 43 Ukrainian artists

17 October – 21 November

Modern Art Research Institute (Yevhena Konovaltsya  8D)


Fragile State

Group exhibition and performance

17 June – 7 January 2018

PinchukArtCentre (1/3-2, “А” Block, V Vasylkivska/Baseyna)

Tel. +38 044 590 0858


Invisible art-objects

Excursion in total darkness

28 September – 28 November at 03.00

(Honchara 45V)

100 UAH (book in advance)

Tel. +38 044 345 0300


Plain Land

Exhibition of photographic works by Dmytro Bohachuk

4 October – 17 December

Brucie Collections (Sichovykh striltsiv 55V)







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