Ulya Aligulova, interview with Miroslav Duzinkevich I met Miroslav at a group exhibition in downtown New York where he was exhibiting five of his works. Walking around the gallery for the first time, I didn’t realise that the 5 pieces of art that were so strikingly different from one another belonged to the same artist. My eye was caught by a large canvas in red hues
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Participants: Olga Banartsev, Alex Ag, Armine Bozhko, Vladimir Deming, Elena Dobrovolskaya, Miroslav Duzinkevich, Vasyl Kadar, Marina Kalinovsky, Kira Koktysh, Yelena Lezhen, Lidia Mikhaylova, Anna Miklashevich, Olga Nenazhivina, Viktoriya Rakhmanova, Petro Smetana, Ruslan Tremba. Curator - Tatyana Borodina About ARTISTS Alex AG is a New York based photo artist. Both his artworks and the TV show about photography are focued on the experimental aspect of
International Art Alliance invites you to the Art Marathon benefiting the Ukrainian struggle for freedom “Together We Will Win.” October 28, 2022, 6:30-9:00 PM. Tenri Cultural Institute, 43A West 13th Street, New York, NY TICKETS: 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
Anna Kaluger English translation by Ulya Aligulova About the opening of the exhibition, its central ideas and images, and about the artist, in whom modernism has found its ally. On October 27th, an opening took place at the Ukrainian Museum in New York of a major retrospective titled “From Darkness to Light” of one of the most distinguished artists of Ukrainian contemporary art in the
Ulya Aligulova For Armine, it all started in early childhood. Art came to her naturally, organically. As a little girl, Armine liked to daydream and soon discovered that painting was able to give life to her dreams. The sensations of freedom and power that came from this metamorphosis of imagination into reality were exhilarating and intoxicating, ultimately determining her fate of life in art. Do
Ulya Aligulova Fix and Fax is a new ready-to-wear menswear collection by a Russian born, New York based designer and artist Katya Leonovich that debuted on September 5th during New York Fashion Week. Uniting fine art, fashion, craftsmanship, and innovativeness, the streetwear collection boldly steps into the future of fashion yet at the same time remains very wearable today (if you’re brave enough!). NEW
Runway New Collection FIX & FAX by Katya Leonovich In collaboration with Irina Dratva and Kira Koktysh September 5th, 2019. 5 pm 205 West 19 Street, New York FIX & FAX , the new menswear collection by New York based designer and artist Katya Leonovich, is a combination of art-inspired fashion merged with complex construction, craft and ingenuity, creating a unique vision of clothing for
New York Fashion Week S/S-2020 FIX & FAX by Katya Leonovich September 5th, 2019. 205 West 19 Street, New York FIX & FAX , the new menswear collection by New York based designer and artist Katya Leonovich, is a combination of art-inspired fashion merged with complex construction, craft and ingenuity, creating a unique vision of clothing for the modern male. Taking inspiration from nature, where
"Play Your Part” Contemporary Art Exhibition Participants: Alex Ag, Armine Bozhko, Vladimir Deming, Elena Dobrovolskaya, Vasyl Kadar, Kira Koktysh,Yelena Lezhen, Lidia Mikhaylova, Anna Miklashevich, Olga Nenazhivina, Ruslan Tremba December 4th-10th 2019 Tenri, Japan Culture Center 43 W 13th St, New York, NY 10011 Opening reception - December 4th, 6pm - 8hm Closing Night with life music - December 10th, 7pm-9pm Oh, that great Shakespeare! How difficult
“Dialogues of Imagination” Contemporary Art of Eastern Europe and the USA April 3rd - 9th, 2019 Opening reception - April 3rd, 6-8 PM The modern world, with its common information space, is becoming increasingly compact and informal. In art, it looks the most obvious and significant. Nowadays a creative person feels like a World Citizen, where contemporary art has become truly international. Are cultural traditions, the