In times of digital technology, constantly falling under the control of surveillance cameras, our reality gradually turns into a series of video materials, compiled by various sources. An attempt to escape from the follow-up to the meditative state of absence and contemplation ends with the disturbing intervention of the "eye" that looks directly at you.
The Artsvit gallery presents stories of women who have been forced to change their lives due to the war in Ukraine and the Crimea annexation.
This project is an attempt to penetrate the most hidden places of human relationships and to explore stereotypes and archetypes that continue to exist. At the level of the collective unconscious, society continues to hide under clothing and try to ignore everything that concerns dominance, mutual oppression and persistence in relationships.
Korean photographer Jung Sungtae has visited Ukraine to meet the descendants of the deported Korean people. His photography project Life of Deportation and Settlement Koryo-Saram: Ethnic Korean is presented from September 8 to 29 in the ArtSvit gallery (Dnipro). The opening of the exhibition takes place on September 8 at 19.00. The project is timed to the 80th anniversary of deportation. Major support for the exhibition is provided by the initiative of the Korean community ASADAL, Dnipro.
Artsvit gallery presents an exhibition by Alexander Kovalchuk, Dnipro photographer, and videographer. The exposition consists of home archive works, unknown to the viewer until today. Alexander Kovalchuk’s photography implements an alternative view of Soviet routine when the home album becomes a space of the artistic experiment. The exhibition lasts from June 2 to August 2, 2017. Opening - June 2 at 7:00.
This exhibition is the result of cooperation between ArtSvit gallery and Kharkiv Municipal Gallery. Olga Fedorova became the finalist of NonStopMedia 2016, the contest for young artists. The “Chroma key" project is a research, which the artist continues in our gallery, adding it with the new senses.
Continuing the research made by the Dnipropetrovsk School of Photography (DSF), the ArtSvit Gallery presents a personal project by Mark Milov At the place of residence.
Artsvit gallery presents the videos made by the residents of the International Biruchiy Symposium from December 6 to December 29. The artist Nastya Loyko has been collecting the videos of the symposium’s participants for a long time. In her opinion, the video is a special type of communication between artists during the symposium, because it connects and creates a special space for communication and aesthetic discoveries.
Marsel’s Coming soon. Zheka reminds the Soviet agitation posters and in the same time magazine caricatures and comics. However, Zheka is not a classical hero, he stands aside from any events, from the changing world and just comments them on his own immobile position, rather – poses. Character Zheka exists out of time: he lived in the Soviet Union, in the 90's, today, changing only a briefcase for a purse.
Everything we can imagine is real, and especially children's fantasies. The TIGRODINOCHELOVEK is a synthesis of reality and imaginary, a chance to look deeper into your unconscious and possibly meet it face to face again.
During The War is a project made by David Chichkan, focused on the revolutionary period of Dnipropetrovsk region's history and the subjects of its origin from anarchism. The painter offers to look at the events that took place in the territory of modern Ukraine in the early twentieth century, before, during and after the First World War through the prism of anarchism.
The ArtSvit Gallery presents its own collection of Ukrainian graphics dated the late 1950s - 1980s. The purpose of the project is to reveal the concept of the "collection's" phenomenon.
The project demonstrates an encyclopedic approach to understanding the collection as a cultural phenomenon. The entire gallery space is built around this complex dynamic system. Collection's existence outside of historical or other contexts lets to feel and demonstrate a more subtle, psycho-emotional and even genetic connection between modernity and Soviet sentiment.