Stepan Ryabchenko presents Ukraine on the art-fair in Budapest

18 October 2016

From the 13th to the 16th of October, the capital of Hungary, hosted the Art Market Budapest – one of the biggest art fairs in the Eastern Europe. Each year it gathers more than 30 000 visitors from different countries. This year Ukraine was represented by the works of a young promising artist Stepan Ryabchenko, who brought his "Flower of the Winds", including the famous "Ark".

Stepan Ryabchenko Ark

"Ark" by Stepan Ryabchenko

"Today more than ever, the European society is interested in our art, and we ought to sustain a dialogue with it. The future of our market depends on the first baby steps of Ukrainian artists on such large-scale fairs", – says Anna Cherepanya, head of the TUASHO agency.

Stepan Ryabchenko is one of the most promising artists of Ukraine, according to the Ukrainian Forbes, he is in the top 5 of the best young authors of the country. To create his works, the artist employs digital painting, combining it with classical composition patterns. The results are bright dynamic and vivid paintings. The art of Stepan Ryabchenko has been valued by the Western collectors – his works were in great demand on the Phillips auction sale. Notably, the 'Electronic Notos' whose version is presented at the Art Marken Budapest, was sold for $5000 last year.