The motif of naked female nature is one of the leading ones in the artist's work. In contrast to the engraving, which requires discipline, in drawings and large paintings (triptych as a continuation of serial variations of the previous time) the author demonstrates unbridled energy, emancipation of language, primitivization of forms, effects of tense line or free and naughty brushstroke. The artist excites the viewer's imagination, brings anxiety and contrast. Moreover, black, white and red are dominant colors in each of the three paintings, which are perceived symbolically as the colors of the trinity of the universe.
November 12, 2020 - November 21, 2020
The photo exhibition "Play Petanque with us" by journalist and writer Eva Raiska (Marianna Maksymova) represents Marcel in the most intimate reflections and dimensions. The author tries to explore the city in another more real way using her optics excluding stereotypes and markers. She is eager to feel its urban impulses and crystallize the most important view out of them. People create the city, fill it with themselves, become involved in its energy, and organically intertwine with its rhythm.
October 1, 2020 - October 31, 2020
The exhibition "I’VE UNDERSTOOD YOU" was created by nine artists from different cities of Ukraine. At the center of the exhibition there is an attempt to understand each other, the "code" of the Dnipro city and the temporary creative cooperation environment. The participants of the residency have been interacting with each other, shared artistic experiences and explored the local context for several weeks.
The research was conducted through group walks, group discussions, personal research and observations.
September 4, 2020 - September 25, 2020
The exhibition offers to discover your rituals from the outside, personal or universal, every day and exceptionally solemn, to understand their identity with the meaning of routine and to determine whether the current state of affairs is comfortable. In this exhibition we seek answers from the authors about the coexistence of ritual and routine in their art, as well as review how our personal rituals have become routine, due to the loss of a sacredness sense to them of the 21st century man, who is always lack of time to feel here and now.
May 22, 2020 - June 26, 2020
Everything is fine is about fillings. Feelings of joy and sorrow at the same time are about selfishness and devotion, and love and its unbearable as well. All of these are about the art of Ukraine and my place in it, as well as about the offerings and sacrifices I make for it with my reverence and hatred.
The British Council presents an international exhibition of works by SWAP participants: UK / UKRAINE. Ten artists and one curator participated in art residencies in Ukraine and the United Kingdom in 2019. They will show the results of their visual research at the Artsvit Gallery and the Contemporary Culture Center in Dnipro from March 14th till April 15th.
February 14, 2020 - March 7, 2020
"In this project I worked on the theme of freedom of movement and a sense of security / danger in different countries for a woman traveling alone. During my research I took screenshots of routes I traveled alone in different cities: Graz, Vienna, Linz, Rome, Kharkiv and Kyiv ... ”
February 6, 2020 - March 7, 2020
Oleh Holosiy had lived only 27 years and had created more than 300 paintings. The artist impressed contemporaries with hyper-productivity and speed of work. The influence of the participant of the famous squat "Paris Commune" on further painting in Ukraine is difficult to overestimate. The exhibition HOLOSIY IN DNIPRО presents program paintings, as well as diaries, sketches and personal photos from the family collection.
December 13, 2019 - January 25, 2020
Artsvit presents the exhibition MOBILITY by artist and animator Mykyta Lyskov. The exhibition will feature materials that make up the animation. Each image was scanned and enlarged to screen size. The viewer will be able to see both the whole animated picture and its components.
October 31, 2019 - December 7, 2019
We invite you to the opening of the exhibition of participants of the Artsvit Gallery Residency Program on October 31 at 19:00, which took place in Dnipro from August to October 2019 with the support of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation. Involving curators with international experience, artists from Dnipro and other cities of Ukraine, we tried to look at the local context from different sides, analyze the impact of the past and opportunities for development.
August 22, 2019 - October 12, 2019
In her artistic practice, Oleksandra Kadzevych registers small errors of reality, barely noticeable errors of logic, oscillations and other "instabilities" that make the world visible and tangible. At the same time, she explores the field of historical memory, its transformation and the limits of perception. According to the artist, the past acquires the character of a romantic myth, which is viewed on the global information network.
May 17, 2019 - July 6, 2019
This exhibition presents a marginalized, egocentrically focused practice that denies global specularization and postulates abnormality as the basis of method and life.
The opportunity to speak opens up social responsibility, where there is no place for fear of the individual.