Exhibitions

GENERATIONS.UsA
19 January 2007 - 25 March 2007

GENERATIONS.UsA is the first exhibition that brings together in one place works of young artists from Ukraine (UA) and the United States of America (USA). Its main goal is to provide a general review of contemporary art in both countries, while focusing on the new and most interesting phenomena. Such exhibitions «provide young authors with the opportunity to compare themselves with others and find their own spot within the generation.

The countries are represented by 12 Ukrainian artists (including two art duos): Stanislav Volyazlovsky, Kseniya Gnylytska and Lada Nakonechna, Mykyta Kadan, Zhanna Kadyrova, Volodymyr Kuznetsov, Olena Polyashchenko, Mykola Ridny, Bella Logacheva, Oleksander Semenov, Lesya Khomenko, Masha Shubina; and 8 Americans: Dzine, Faile, Kozyndan, Shepard Fairey, Naomi Fisher, Ryan McGinness, Ed Templeton, Swoon. They work in different art genres: paintings, graphics, sculpture photos, video, wall pictures and installations.

17 June 2017 - 7 January 2018

The PinchukArtCentre is proud to present “Fragile State” - a major international group exhibition with 10 leading artists including Marina Abramovic, Jan Fabre, Urs Fischer, Douglas Gordon, Damien Hirst, Carlos Motta, Oscar Murillo, Santiago Sierra, Barthelemy Toguo and Ai Weiwei.

 

17 June 2017 - 15 October 2017

The exhibition “Fedir Tetyanych. Canon Fripulia” is focused on one of the sides of the multifaceted creative work of artist Fedir Tetyanych whose artistic practice encompassed painting, drawing, sculpture, text, performance etc. 

 

17 June 2017 - 15 October 2017

The exhibition “Motherland on Fire” offers one of views on the history of the Ukrainian society in the 1990s, narrated through a prism of selected works from the PinchukArtCentre collection. The title of the exhibition alludes to the film by Oleksandr Dovzhenko “Ukraine in Flames” which tells about the bloodshed that took place on the Ukrainian territory during World War II. However, the works presented in the exhibition do not relate in any way to military operations or the real frontline.