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Collection Platform 4: Emotion and Technology
17 May 2014 - 5 October 2014

Opening of exhibition "Collection Platform 4: Emotion and Technology" took place on 16 February 2013. The exhibition will be on display again till 5 October 2014. Information on changes in the exhibition is available below.

PinchukArtCentre continues the presentation of its collection showing Collection Platform 4: Emotion and Technology. The group exhibition includes 17 artists offering a selective view on two central and sometimes opposed notions in our lives: emotion and technology as they constantly define our perceptions of the world.

The exhibition brings together works which evoke, express and unveil emotions with art pieces dealing with technology as a subject or a tool. The show offers a view on artistic practices focusing on the one hand on how those two notions come together, and on the other hand on the tension and opposition within them.

The exhibition presents the works by Ukrainian and international artists including Sergey Bratkov, Illya Chichkan1, Olafur Eliasson, Andreas Gursky2, Damien Hirst, Carsten Höller, Martin Kobe, Gregory Crewdson, Julie Mehretu, Boris Mikhailov3, Vik Muniz4, Richard Prince, Marc Quinn, Thomas Ruff, Juergen Teller, Vasyl Tsagolov5 and Xavier Veilhan.    

The exhibition includes works which have never been shown in Ukraine such as Moving image (1994–2005) by Carsten Höller, Untitled (2007) by Martin Kobe, 5th Season (Evacuation of Bewdley, Worcestershire) and 5th Season (The Lost Rivers of London) (2007) by Marc Quinn.

Series Kiev (2007) by Jürgen Teller that was created for the Ukrainian Pavilion at the 52nd Venice Biennale in 2007 organised by the PinchukArtCentre, is shown in Kyiv for the first time.

Changing twice a year, since February 2011 the collection platform is highlighting leading artists of our time together with upcoming new positions. Featuring central Ukrainian artists as part of the Collection Platform, this program allows a new perspective on contemporary art. It is a dynamic model of interaction between the collection and new workgroups with a focus on their artistic value.

Collection Platform viewing area directly connected to selected works offers 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 visitors to acquire more knowledge, competence and experience as integral part of the education offensive.

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Exhibition has been updated as follows:

1) Video by Ilya Chichkan «Atomic love» was presented on November 2, 2013.

His “Abstract realism” series has been on show since May 17, 2014.

2) Andreas Gursky’s “F1 Boxenstopp II” was presented in December 2013.

3) Boris Mikhailov’s series By the Ground” has been on show since May 17, 2014.

4) Photos of Vik Muniz “Viewing from Chernobyl” and “Viewing from Hiroshima” have been on show since February 7, 2014.

5) Vasyl Tsagolov’s “Wandering Bullet” has been on show since May 17, 2014.

6) Work of Oleg Kulik from the series “Lolita vs Alisa” had been on show till April 27, 2014.

7) Triptych by Damien Hirst “Never Gonna See You Again” had been on show till April 27, 2014.

8) Carsten Nicolai’s «Wellenwane» had been on show till April 27, 2014.

9) “Self-Portrait” by Jeff Koons had been on show till April 27, 2014.

23 June 2018 - 6 January 2019

A major international group exhibition including Francis Alÿs, Allora & Caldzadilla, Maurizio Cattelan, Olafur Eliasson, Damien Hirst, Zoë Leonard, Goshka Macuga, Takashi Murakami, Sondra Perry, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Luc Tuymans and Rachel Whiteread.

23 June 2018 - 9 December 2018

Exhibition focuses on the point of view and perspective distortions it engenders. In this case, the point of view is defined by the artist’s studio on the street formerly known as Perspektyvna (Perspective) Street (Kyiv), and it is brought to the institution and into the public space.