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Support Ukrainian artists of KyivGallery during the war

Dear collectors, thank you for your support of Ukrainian artists and sculptors, our gallery, and Ukraine.

Despite the war, we continue our work with those authors who remained in the country and continue to send their paintings around the world.

We invite you to discover the list of talented artists whose artworks are available for sale today:

30/03/2022 Read More
Support Ukrainian artists of KyivGallery during the war
Primitivism - the art of spiritual immediacy

In a large family of styles and trends in the visual arts, primitivism (other names: naive art, naive art) has always stood aside. We can safely assume that it is as ancient as art itself, as well as the very desire to speak the language of artistic forms. The deceptive simplicity of style hides a powerful ideological concept that can reveal the deepest and most sincere aspirations of the human soul. In the era of easel painting, primitivism goes underground, giving way to younger and more ambitious trends. But already in the 19th century, artists found a philosophical justification for naive art, rediscovering it for European art.

18/02/2022 Read More
Primitivism - the art of spiritual immediacy
Oleksandr Roitburd: genius or provocateur?

The future postmodernist artist was born in Odessa on October 14, 1961. His family had nothing to do with the world of art, so his father wanted his son to choose a career as an architect. Fortunately, this did not happen, and creative experiments in adolescence became a prelude to an eventful creative path. The desire for complete personal self-realization constantly pushed Roitburd to actively participate in public and political life.

07/10/2021 Read More
Oleksandr Roitburd: genius or provocateur?
Art through the lens of an immersive experience

Immersion – this is a special state of consciousness, which is accompanied by a feeling of deep immersion in reality. This effect is achieved today thanks to special events and the use of innovative technologies that affect our analyzers. Initially, device developers sought to improve the quality of immersion in order to more deeply immerse users in the gaming reality, but over time, their achievements were adapted for art lovers. Under the conditions of quarantine and possible bans on visiting public places in the future, this area of ​​work becomes a priority for all participants in the art market.

27/07/2020 Read More
Art through the lens of an immersive experience
Center Pompidou in Malaga: permanent exhibition and temporary exhibitions

The Georges Pompidou Center in the Spanish city of Malaga has become the first foreign branch of the Parisian center of the same name in the Beaubourg quarter. For 5 years, exhibitions dedicated to various areas of contemporary art were held within the walls of the institution. During this time, the center has managed to become one of the most popular art spaces in Malaga and attract over a million visitors from all over the world. The activities of the institution are financed from the city budget as part of a partnership program launched back in 2013

26/07/2020 Read More
Center Pompidou in Malaga: permanent exhibition and temporary exhibitions
Virtual Space Art Market: Opportunities and Prospects

The global epidemiological situation increasingly makes the art market participants seriously consider its future. Canceled mass events have already hit the industry, but these are most likely just the first signs. The total amount of financial losses will depend on the quarantine duration and post-epidemic enthusiasts of art votaries. Even if the virus has been completely defeated, the chances are still high that new diseases appear. In this context, old forms of work are no longer relevant, with the market gradually moving into the virtual space.

03/06/2020 Read More
Virtual Space Art Market: Opportunities and Prospects
Wall desk calendar for 2020 with paintings of contemporary Ukrainian artists

The illustrated calendar for 2020 from the KyivGallery is the perfect New Year gift for friends, colleagues and loved ones, created for people who love art and original things.

The impeccable quality of printing and paper, a large convenient format, authentic paintings by Ukrainian contemporary artists will refresh any interior and will delight all of 2020.

26/12/2019 Read More
Wall desk calendar for 2020 with paintings of contemporary Ukrainian artists
Black Friday 2019

This year, on Black Friday, November 29, 2019 KyivGallery makes a -70% discount on the 2020 Calendar with paintings of contemporary Ukrainian artists.

This is a great opportunity to buy a large wall calendar in Ukraininan for 2020 with dimensions of 29.7 cm x 40 cm (A3 format, 11.69 x 16.53 inches).

We have printed and selling with a huge discount a limited edition of 20 calendars, which will decorate your homes and offices.

28/11/2019 Read More
Black Friday - 70% discount on the calendar with paintings of Ukrainian artists
How to buy and collect contemporary Ukrainian art

The art industry is experiencing its rebirth in the era of postmodernism. Objects of art made by the authors "here and now" become relevant. We can say with confidence about the emergence of a new direction, called "modern art", to which a lot of attention is riveted from all segments of the population. How to understand the modern art market, how to choose an object of art, buy it and create your own collection — read below.

16/07/2019 Read More
How to buy and collect contemporary Ukrainian art
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