The Exhibition “Ukrainian Contemporary Art. From Private Collections”

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The Exhibition “Ukrainian Contemporary Art. From Private Collections”

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The Exhibition “Ukrainian Contemporary Art. From Private Collections”

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The Exhibition “Ukrainian Contemporary Art. From Private Collections”

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The Exhibition “Ukrainian Contemporary Art. From Private Collections”

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The Exhibition “Ukrainian Contemporary Art. From Private Collections”

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The Exhibition “Ukrainian Contemporary Art. From Private Collections”

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The Exhibition “Ukrainian Contemporary Art. From Private Collections”

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The Exhibition “Ukrainian Contemporary Art. From Private Collections”

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On the 31st of October, 2015, in the gallery of the “Koruna” hotel, situated in the village of Tatariv, the exhibition “Ukrainian Contemporary Art. From Private Collections” was opened. The exposition included 50 works from more than 30 eminent and promising authors.

Among the works are the pieces created in early 1990’s, when Ukrainian contemporary art was first conceived, as well as the newest works, reflecting the front and center tendencies in the society and art process. “The exhibition in its way is a version of a representation of the history of Ukrainian contemporary art viewed through the prism of art-collecting. It shows the way of development and mutation of the artists, and at the same time – the changes of the tastes of collectors and of their approach to collecting”, – says the co-curator of the exhibition Oleksander Solovyov.

Art, sculpture and graphics for the exhibition were provided by few notable Ukrainian collectors. “The collectors play and have always played a crucial role in the museumification of art. The best works of key contemporary authors end up in the collections of the key modern collectors naturally following the market laws. Thus a snapshot of current situation on the art scene is formed. There is an obvious necessity to expose these works to make them a part of public domain while being securely kept in the hands of collectors”, – points Igor Abramovych, co-curator of the exhibition.

Artists, whose works are included in the exhibition:

  • Nazar Bilyk
  • Yana Bystrova
  • Matvey Vaisberg
  • Max Vityk
  • Artem Volokitin
  • Oleksandr Gnilitky
  • Oleg Golosiy
  • Mykhailo Deyak
  • Oleksandr Zhyvotkov
  • Hamlet Zinkovskyi
  • Pavlo Kerestey
  • Oleksandr Klymenko
  • Anatoliy Kryvolap
  • Pavlo Makov
  • Maxim Mamsikov
  • Mykola Matsenko
  • Roman Minin
  • Sergey Panich
  • Yuriy Pikul
  • Vlada Ralko
  • Oleksandr Roitburd
  • Vinny Reunov
  • Stepan Ryabchenko
  • Arsen Savadov
  • Oleksiy Say
  • Andriy Sydorenko
  • Victor Sydorenko
  • Tiberiy Silvashi
  • Marina Skugareva
  • Yuriy Solomko
  • Oleksandr Sukholit
  • Oleg Tistol
  • Valeria Troubina
  • Vasyl Tsagolov
  • Ilya Chichkan

Collectors, who provided works for the exhibition:

  • Ioor Abramovych
  • Yana and Zenko Aftanaziv
  • Petro Bagriy
  • Stella Beniaminova
  • Igor Vlasov
  • Yulia and Maksim Voloshyn
  • Victor Gordeev
  • Tatyana and Boris Grinev
  • Evgen Karas
  • Yurii Komelkov
  • leonid Komskiy
  • Oleg Kranoselskiy
  • Oksana Kurennaya
  • Vladimir Mitin
  • Valeriy Nilov
  • Elena and Aleksander Homkalov
  • Eugenia and Sergiy Shudra

Artists, whose works are included in the exhibition:

Nazar Bilyk

Yana Bystrova

Matvey Vaisberg

Max Vityk

Artem Volokitin

Oleksandr Gnilitky

Oleg Golosiy

Mykhailo Deyak

Oleksandr Zhyvotkov

Hamlet Zinkovskyi

Pavlo Kerestey

Oleksandr Klymenko

Anatoliy Kryvolap

Pavlo Makov

Maxim Mamsikov

Mykola Matsenko

Roman Minin

Sergey Panich

Yuriy Pikul

Vlada Ralko

Oleksandr Roitburd

Vinny Reunov

Stepan Ryabchenko

Arsen Savadov

Oleksiy Say

Andriy Sydorenko

Victor Sydorenko

Tiberiy Silvashi

Marina Skugareva

Yuriy Solomko

Oleksandr Sukholit

Oleg Tistol

Valeria Troubina

Vasyl Tsagolov

Ilya Chichkan

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