The moment you walk into “Tsekh” Gallery, you cannot help but catch the vibes of this charming place. But first, you will have to find it. Located on Kyrylivska 69, (note: look for Kyrylivska 69 Ж) this underground place is slightly hidden.
“Tsekh” is a gallery network with the second gallery in Vilnius that supports young Ukrainian artists and gives them a place to exhibit their creations. Both novice and professional painters are welcomed to share their masterpieces. The only requirement is to be creative and eye-catching. Thanks to the owners’ openness, the world has seen talented artists like Yuri Pikul, Rustam Mirzoev, Sergey Degtaryov, Viktor Melnichuk, Beata Korn and others.
Currently, the gallery offers visitors an amazing exhibition of Yevgen Petrov’s “Environmental Conditions” which takes place from 26 July to 19 September. Petrov uses watercolours to depict the world around him.
Contemporary art is so vast and contradictory but “Tsekh” gathers unique pieces in one place. Check out this eclectic collection and appreciate some Ukrainian made art.
Opening Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 2 p.m – 8 p.m