August 31, 2018 - October 13, 2018
In the new exhibition "Soot” (“Kiptiava") artists present the results of a long study of the social environment of Kamianske (until 2016, Dniprodzerzhynsk) - the city with a disturbing environmental situation, economic and, consequently, the demographic crisis connected with the decline of industry. Kamianske as a large industrial city with wide avenues and expansive squares, formed by powerful urban enterprises: DMK, DniproAzot, PCZ, - a generalizing image of the industrial city of Ukraine.
Curator - Ksenia Malykh
June 6, 2018 - July 21, 2018
Reality does not exist in a vacuum, but it is formed by desires, fictions, ideology and art. Is there a reality beyond our minds? Is the world what it seems?
Exhibitors: Alina Yakubenko, Dobrynia Ivanov, Olesia Onykienko and Kateryna Berlova, Mitya Churikov, Fantastic Little Splash, Daniil Halkin, Korinsky.
Curator - Kateryna Rusetska.
April 21, 2018 - June 2, 2018
In the context of rethinking our identity and building a strategy for further development, referring to the analysis of the impact of the Soviet phenomenon is extremely important. The current situation encourages contemporary artists to address the theme of Soviet heritage in their practices and fix it in the city landscape. Their work actually becomes an indicator of changes in the consciousness of the new generation. This allows us to draw a parallel between the vision of reality of the Soviet artist, who witnessed the embodiment of the great utopia, and the fixations of what it left behind.
Curator - Natalia Chichasova
April 13, 2018 - April 19, 2018
The image of the naked body is a psychological, philosophical and aesthetic mirror of any community. In the vortex of permanent renewal in time with the development of art, this image offers an emotional definition of the human essence. Today, the image of a woman is primarily dictated by the pages of glossy magazines, where it is smoothed and modeled according to distorted criteria of beauty. In such publications, the body is not depicted in its life direction, but is often just a fiction.
The exhibition took place as part of the 15th French Spring in Ukraine.
February 16, 2018 - March 31, 2018
Exploring memory, the artist simulates a painful collision, the conflict of opposite systems and points of view, and invites viewers to observe the battle for memory: personal, historical and public. The artist's question is not even what we remember, but what we forget?
January 20, 2018 - February 10, 2018
In the age of digital technology, constantly coming under the control of surveillance cameras, our reality is gradually turning into a series of videos compiled by various sources. Trying to escape from following into a meditative state of absence and contemplation ends with intervention of an anxious "eye" that is looking directly at you.
December 16, 2017 - December 29, 2017
More than 80,000 forcibly relocated people have been registered in the Dnipro and the region, most of them are women with children and pensioners. In addition, Dnipropetrovsk region is one of the most suffered from the anti-terrorist operation: many families have lost children, parents and loved ones. Increasing levels of tension and aggression in society, stereotypes in perception, the spread of polarized stories of success or disadvantage are circulating in the media - is not this a consequence of the imposed picture of life?
October 19, 2017 - December 2, 2017
Mykyta Shalenyi's PENETRATION photo project is an artist's attempt to penetrate the most hidden places of human relationships and to research the stereotypes and archetypes that continue to exist there. At the level of the collective unconscious, society continues to keep silent and hide under clothing everything about domination, mutual oppression and pressure in relationships, trying to ignore them.
September 08, 2017 - September 29, 2017
Korean photographer Sungtae Jung traveled to Ukraine to see and hear the descendants of the deportation of the Korean people. His photo project “Life of Deportation and Settlement Koryo-saram: Ethnic Korean” can be seen from September 8th to 29th at the Artsvit Gallery (Dnipro). The opening of the exhibition will take place on September 8th at 19.00. The exhibition is timed to the 80th anniversary of the deportation. The project was implemented at the initiative of the Korean community "ASADAL", Dnipro.
June 2, 2017 - August 2, 2017
"The scope of this man was equal to the scale of the era he caroled. He matched to that grand myth of the industrial Soviet Union splashing on us through a screen chronicles of the forties are projecting on. It was exactly that time when he lived and worked to the fullest." Symon Chornyi.
Curator - Vita Popova
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.