All-Ukrainian art project "Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists" in Kharkiv

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Oleksiy Yalovega “Reality of reflections”, fragment

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“Аttempt to balance” by Miroslav Vayda

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“Hip-Hop” by Apl315

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“After the Landscape” by Kateryna Berlova

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“Elementary Manipulation” by Serhiy Petlyuk

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“Time to Run” by Oleksii Zolotariov

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“Landscape With Traces of Explosions” by Olexiy Say

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“Reality of reflections” by Olexiy Yalovega

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“Defender of Cultural Phobia” by Andriy Sydorenko, fragment

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“Defender of Cultural Phobia” by Andriy Sydorenko

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“Pastoral” by Anna Mironova

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“Reward” by Anna Sorokovaya

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“Match Point” by Anton Logov

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“Allegory I” by Artem Volokitin

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“Expulsion from paradise” by Darya Koltsova

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“Pomegranates” by Zoya Orlova

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“After the Landscape” by Kateryna Berlova

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“Surfaces” by Miroslav Vayda

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“Memory Constructor” by Nazar Bilyk

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“Carpet of Promises” by Roman Minin

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“Stolen Flight” by Roman Mykhailov

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“Honey Plant” by Stepan Ryabchenko

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“Traditional Solution” by Tatyana Malynovska

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“Dead bees do not hum” by Yuriy Pikul

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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“Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” in Kharkiv, fragment of the exposition

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On the 27th of October, the leading Kharkiv art-centre “YermilovCentre” is hosting the opening of a large-scale all-Ukrainian project “Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists”. The exposition remains on the view until the 18th of November. Admission free.
The idea behind the “Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” project is to unite the traditional and contemporary art. “Alike the woven canvas, that always has two sides – front and back, contemporary art reflects different components of the reality – aesthetic and conceptual, positive and negative, the front and back. The ever-important themes of life and death, the inconstancies of human life, are encoded in the carpet patterns, and emerge during current dramatic circumstances of our country especially sharply”, – says the co-curator of the “Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” project Igor Abramovych.
The project includes 20 authors from different parts of Ukraine, each with unique view on the traditional art in modern world. The exposition will feature painting, sculpture, installations and video art.
The project took off back on the 8th of April in Tatariv village of Ivano-Frankivsk region, on the premises of the “Koruna” hotel-complex. The Carpathians were chosen as a starting point of the project not by chance: it is Tatariv, where the main art space of Zenko Foundation is situated. The choice of Lviv as a second city is not random as well, as Lviv is the western cultural capital of Ukraine. And the finishing point of “Kylym’s” journey is Kharkiv – the eastern cultural capital of Ukraine.
“One of the main features of the project, is that it was incepted as a travelling show. The exhibition started in the Carpathians, afterwards it was shown in Lviv, and now the “Kylym” is going to Kharkiv. One of the goals of the project is to introduce the viewers to art from different parts of the country. The participants of the project include artists from Lviv, Kyiv, Odessa and a few of very strong representatives of Kharkiv”, – says the co-curator of the exhibition Oleksander Solovyov.
In Kharkiv, the “Kylym. Contemporary Ukrainian Artists” will become both a finale for the first all-Ukrainian project of Zenko Foundation, and for the “PohranCult: GaliciaCult” cultural forum, the main program of which unfolded in Kharkiv from the 4th to the 18th of October of 2016.
“Contemporary art should go beyond the borders of the capital to be more accessible. And even unite the artists and the viewers from different parts of Ukraine”, – states the initiator of the project and the founder of Zenko Foundation Zenko Aftanaziv.

Curators of the project – Igor Abramovych and Oleksander Solovyov
General media-partner – Forbes Ukraine
Publishing partner of the project – ArtHuss Foundation
Partner of the project – Кyiv Academy of Media Arts

Artists:
• Apl315,
• Kateryna Berlova,
• Nazar Bilyk,
• Miroslav Vayda,
• Artem Volokitin,
• Oleksii Zolotariov,
• Darya Koltsova,
• Anton Logov,
• Tetyana Malynovska,
• Roman Minin,
• Anna Myronova,
• Roman Mykhailov,
• Zoya Orlova,
• Serhiy Petlyuk,
• Yuriy Pikul,
• Stepan Ryabchenko,
• Oleksiy Say,
• Andriy Sydorenko,
• Anna Sorokovaya,
• Oleksiy Yalovega.

Artists, whose works are included in the exhibition:

Apl315

Kateryna Berlova

Nazar Bilyk

Miroslav Vayda

Artem Volokitin

Oleksii Zolotariov

Darya Koltsova

Anton Logov

Tetyana Malynovska

Roman Minin

Anna Myronova

Roman Mykhailov

Zoya Orlova

Serhiy Petlyuk

Yuriy Pikul

Stepan Ryabchenko

Oleksiy Say

Andriy Sydorenko

Anna Sorokovaya

Oleksiy Yalovega

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