The concert of Ukrainian music dedicated to the opening of the exhibition ICONS ON AMMO BOXES In Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola Church on Park Avenue, New York Artem Lyakhovich ‘24 postludes’ (war notebook)##1-4 (7:20) M. Lysenko; ‘Ukrainian Suite in the Form of the European Old Dances Based on the Ukrainian Folk Songs’, op. 2 (18:10) Volodymyr Ptushkin; ‘Ukrainian Capriccio’ (5:00) Vladislav Nazarchuk;
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Welcome to the exhibition of Ukrainian art ICONS ON AMMO BOXES by Sofia Atlantova and Olexander Klymenko, which is held as part of the Parish Art Show at Wallace Hall, Church of St. Ignatius of Loyola on Park Avenue in New York City, 980 Park Avenue New York, NY 10028 Opening reception - May 11th 7-9pm At the Opening Reception, the award winning pianist Alexander
We thank everyone who took part in the charity Art Marathon “Together We Will Win.” By International Art Alliance Tenri Cultural Institute, 43A West 13th Street, New York, NY The results of the Charity Art Marathon in favor of Ukraine. In 3 hours, October 28, $12,420 was raised (sales of entrance tickets, art, designer jewelry and private donations.) At the end of our event, we have
Pre-Auction Exhibition. Oct. 15-Oct.28th. International Art Alliance invites you to the Art Marathon benefiting the Ukrainian struggle for freedom “Together We Will Win.” October 28, 2022, 6:00-9:00 PM. Tenri Cultural Institute, 43A West 13th Street, New York, NY This time around, we will not ask you for donations. On the contrary, we will provide a rare opportunity to purchase works of art and designer jewelry at deeply
We Invite you to take part in the Charity Night “All for Ukraine, All for Victory. All Together We will Win!” in support of Ukraine in the War of Liberation against Russia's aggression. When: April 8th, from 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm. Where: Tenri Japanese Culture Institute, 43A W 13th St, New York. In the program: Art exhibition, Charity Silent Auction, FOR Pre-auction exhibition click here.
The Union of Ukrainian Artists of America is amazing! The exhibition of our group in Manhattan was recently on display at the Tenri Institute of Japanese Culture at 43 West 13th Street. Although it is believed that America is a melting pot of culture where all immigrants become assimilated as Americans, in reality this is not always everyone’s intension. Nationalistic roots remain and this
Contemporary Art Exhibition “By virtue or despite of...” By International Art Alliance and Ukrainian Artists of America (UAA) November 16th-22d, 2021 Opening reception - November 17th, 6-8PM TENRI CULTURAL INSTITUTE OF NEW YORK, 43A WEST 13TH STREET, NEW YORK About artists and artists about themselves Mikhail Turovsky, People’s Artist of Ukraine “Contempt of the ephemeral gives Turovsky’s work the power of time. More than a message,
My name is Nina Alovert, I am a theater photographer. For over half a year I have been preparing to release my book of photographs entitled “SERGEI YURSKY’S THEATER”. In my photo archive, photographs of Sergei Yursky occupy a special place. On 16th of March at the "Russian Samovar" restaurant in New York an evening will be held in memory of Sergei Yursky dedicated to
Interview with Katya Leonovich Ulya Aligulova On Thursday February 6th New York-based designer Katya Leonovich presented her second menswear collection on the New York Fashion Week stage at Pier59 Studios. The A/W 2020 line of Fix and Fax by Katya Leonovich continues the trends from the last season of bright colors, clever novel construction, and experimental fabrics creating a bold urban wardrobe for the modern
Tatiana Sheremeteva Translation by Ulya Aligulova Three years ago, an event took place that significantly enriched the cultural world of modern New York. Tatyana Borodina, creator and editor-in-chief of Elegant New York magazine, presented a gift to all those who love and appreciate art in its various manifestations: she came up with a new project, “International Art Alliance”. To be precise, this gift was intended