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Collection Platform 2: Circulation
29 October 2011 - 1 April 2012
PinchukArtCentre 2012

PinchukArtCentre presents Collection Platform 2: Circulation, a completely renewed exhibition of selected works from the collection representing leading international and Ukrainian contemporary artists. The show located on the 5th floor of the art centre will be on display from October 29 till May, 2011.

The exhibition includes the works by Banksy, Maurizio Cattelan, Chuck Close, Olafur Eliasson, Andreas Gursky, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Oleg Kulik, Liza Lou, Boris Mikhailov, Takashi Murakami, Richard Phillips, Marc Quinn, Thomas Ruff, Sam Taylor-Wood, Oleg Tistol, Fred Tomaselli, Vasiliy Tsagolov.

Works like Lenin on Roller blades by Banksy, Self-Portrait by Chuk Close, Fred Tomaselli Doppelganger Effect, Liza Lou Self-Portrait, Andreas Gursky’s Hamm Bergwerke and other will be shown in Ukraine for the first time.

Changing twice a year the collection platform is highlighting leading artists of our time together with upcoming new positions in the exhibition platform. Together with central Ukrainian artists as part of the Collection Platform this program allows a new perspective on contemporary art and especially on the collection. It is a dynamic model of interaction between the collection and new workgroups focusing on their artistic value.

A new viewing area’s directly connected to selected works allow the audience a deeper understanding of artists and their works. The idea is to slow down the speed of viewing and by giving more information allow the audience to acquire more knowledge, competence and experience as integral part of the new education offensive.

28 June 2019 - 5 January 2020

The PinchukArtCentre (Kyiv, Ukraine) presents “The Forbidden Image”, a two-chapter project in the framework of the PinchukArtCentre’s Research Platform. The first chapter presents a solo exhibition by Boris Mikhailov, while the second entitled “Crossing Lines” is dedicated to the Kharkiv School of Photography and the continuation of its attitude and thinking with emerging artists.

25 April 2019 - 15 October 2019

Referring to the hit of the Swedish singer-emigrant Ardis in 1994, the international exhibition «Ain't nobody's business» activates voices striving for freedom of self-determination. The collective position of artists provokes a public debate about the controversial relationship between regulatory power and personality. How does our sexuality show itself in modern realities? And does its detection depend on ourselves?