Art works of 8 Ukrainian artists to be presented in New York

Source : 112 Ukraine

New Perspectives: 8 Contemporary Artists from Ukraine art exhibition is to be held in New York during December 1-20, 2015 at the Ukrainian Institute of America
11:47, 13 November 2015

Works of the eight well-known Ukrainian artists will be presented in New York as part of an art project New Perspectives: 8 Contemporary Artists from Ukraine, Ukrinform reported.

A selling group exhibition New Perspectives: 8 Contemporary Artists from Ukraine presenting works in different media by artists in the forefront of current art practice in Ukraine, said in the announcement of the Ukrainian Institute of America.

“Organized in cooperation with Mystetska Zbirka Gallery (Kyiv, Ukraine), New Perspectives is curated by Dr. Walter Hoydysh of The Ukrainian Institute together with Max and Julia Voloshyn of Mystetska Zbirka Gallery," said in a statement.

The exhibition will open December 1 and remain on view through December 20, 2015. An opening reception will be held on Friday, December 4 from 6–8pm, the Ukrainian Institute of America reported.

At the exhibition will be represented works of the following Ukrainian artists:  Mikhailo Deyak, Tatyana Malinovska, Mykola Matsenko, Roman Minin, Stepan Ryabchenko, Oleg Tistol, Anna Valieva, and Artem Volokitin.

"For the first time such a large-scale exhibition of Ukrainian artists will be held in the heart of New York. I am sure it will allow the western audience to become better acquainted with Ukrainian art and to discover new values ​​and spiritual and aesthetic facets of our culture," the curator of the art exibition Max Voloshin said.

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