Zenko Gallery Opens Marry Me! Exhibition in the Carpathians

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“Marry Me!” by Tetyana Kolesnyk

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“Before the Nuptials” by Nina Murashkina

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“Mood. Crimson” from the “Mood. To Exist” triptych by Natalia Roi

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“Marry me!”, fragment of the exposition in Tatariv

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“Marry me!”, fragment of the exposition in Tatariv

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“Marry me!”, fragment of the exposition in Tatariv

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“Marry me!”, fragment of the exposition in Tatariv

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“Marry me!”, fragment of the exposition in Tatariv

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“Marry me!”, fragment of the exposition in Tatariv

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“Marry me!”, fragment of the exposition in Tatariv

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“Marry me!”, fragment of the exposition in Tatariv

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“Marry me!”, fragment of the exposition in Tatariv

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“Marry me!”, fragment of the exposition in Tatariv

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“Marry me!”, fragment of the exposition in Tatariv

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“Marry me!”, fragment of the exposition in Tatariv

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25 Ukrainian female artists to showcase their vision of a contemporary woman

On January 19, Zenko Foundation art space in Tatariv opens Marry Me! exhibition.

Project curators: Tetyana Malinovska and Yulia Nuzhyna.

The coordinator: Yana Aftanaziv.

The exhibition lasts until April 15. Entrance is free.

25 Ukrainian female artists will showcase their vision of a contemporary woman and her role in society. In the project, artists mock established stereotypes of men’s and women’s expectations from each other in a relationship and contemporary life. Gender equality and social discrimination of women continue spurring discussions all over the world, and these issues are directly connected to steadfast gender stereotypes coming from both sides.

“In their works, the artists draw attention to serious topics through their metaphoric visualization using artistic means,” says Yana Aftanaziv, Zenko Gallery co-founder.

The exhibition will feature paintings, video art, photography, sculptures, and installations.

Before the project was presented in Kyiv History Museum where the exhibition was shown in December 2017; now the works by Ukrainian female artists will be available for viewing by Carpathian region visitors and residents.

Project participants: Alina Fedotova, Natalia Roy, Masha Shubina, Hanna Moskalets, Hanna Kyselyova, Bella Logachova, Tetyana Kolesnyk, Alina Kopytsya, Anastasia Podervyanska, Nina Murashkina, Larysa Stadnyk, Olga Selischeva, Hanna Naduda, Taya Halahan, Alyona Kuznetsova, Ilona Silvashi, Tetyana Malinovska, Anastasia Loyko, Maryna Skugareva, Masha Kulykovska, Natalya Lugovska, Teresa Barabash, Anna Bekerska, Olena Dombrovska, and AltalunaArtGroup.

About Zenko Gallery. The gallery is a branch of Zenko Foundation. It was created in 2016 as an experimental platform enabling artistic expression for authors who haven’t yet obtained public recognition but have an original outlook and a unique technique. The gallery activities in Ukraine are directed at the search for new talents among young Ukrainian artists and curators. Another task of the gallery is to present works by Ukrainian artists at international and domestic art fairs and auctions. Zenko Gallery presents its projects exhibited in different cities of Ukraine. Apart from exhibitions, the gallery raises awareness online, publishing reports from its art projects involving both its own and international media platforms.

Project participants:

Alina Fedotova

Natalia Roy

Masha Shubina

Hanna Moskalets

Hanna Kyselyova

Bella Logachova

Tetyana Kolesnyk

Alina Kopytsya

Anastasia Podervyanska

Nina Murashkina

Larysa Stadnyk

Olga Selischeva

Hanna Naduda

Taya Halahan

Alyona Kuznetsova

Ilona Silvashi

Tetyana Malinovska

Anastasia Loyko

Maryna Skugareva

Masha Kulykovska

Natalya Lugovska

Teresa Barabash

Anna Bekerska

Olena Dombrovska

AltalunaArtGroup

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