art

Inside look: How auction houses work and who collects art in Ukraine

11th December 2019

The history of auction houses in Ukraine began in the 1990s and is associated with the name of the Kiev collector Alexander Bray. It was he who laid the foundation for the metamorphosis of the Soviet “collector” in the modern Ukrainian collector. During independence, more than a dozen auction houses were opened and closed in […]

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Column by Anastasia Deeva: "Leadership is the art of unleashing the potential of man

15th October 2019

My name is Anastasia Deeva, and I want to talk about those women who inspire me day after day and whose names everyone should know. Their examples allow us to better know ourselves. To understand that we set the bar of our capabilities for ourselves, that we have the strength to cope even with the […]

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We study the art of collages with Alina Fanta

24th September 2019

The whole world – one big collage. We encounter collages in kindergarten, when the teacher forces us to cut out pictures, at school we seal the walls of the room with posters and pages from magazines. Facebook feed is inevitably filled with collages. All visual objects are collages. Starting from the albums of your favorite […]

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Walter Chandoha: A photographer who has devoted 70 years to the art of photographing cats

28th August 2019

New York photographer Walter Chandoha devoted 70 years of his life to photographing cats. In his creative arsenal, there are about 225,000 photographs, 90,000 of which are photographs of cats. All these works were placed on 296 pages of the book “Walter Chandoha. Cats Photos 1942-2018. ” Walter Chandoha was born in 1920 in New […]

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Tea sommelier Konstantin Prabar-Kanahan talks about the modern art of tea drinking

24th May 2019

Tea sommelier, founder of the philosophy of modern tea drinking, founder of the Chaism brand Konstantin Prebar-Kanahen told about what really high-quality organic tea is, why we need designer dishes, and also gave comprehensive information about the limitless possibilities of this drink in modern life and However, the correct perception of the world and yourself […]

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How Soviet-era markets are changing contemporary art

24th May 2019

From May 20 to May 26, the Vladimirsky market in the center of Kiev will turn into a modern art space. As part of the Kyiv Art Week festival, there is an exhibition Footnote 11: Volodymyrskyi Market, dedicated to Soviet modernism and commerce (not only food, but also modern art). We talked with her curators […]

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