Category Archives: Kyiv

PinchukArtCentre’s Future Generation Art Prize announces its International Jury

Yesterday, the PinchukArtCentre announced the jury members for its Future Generation Art Prize, a $100,000 award to an artist under 35. This money is partially (to the tune of $40,000) earmarked for production of a new work, but the rest … Continue reading

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One more month to get in applications for the Future Generation Art Prize!

As Taus Makhacheva celebrates one New Generation Prize,  our thoughts have turned to another… As a proud Partner Platform of the Pinchuk Centre’s Future Generation Art Prize, we wanted to remind applicants that they have one more month to get … Continue reading

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“What is and What Should Never Be”: Katya Degot reveals the Discussion Program for the Kyiv Biennale

We posted earlier about the Kyiv Biennale which will open this May with David Elliot’s project “The Best of Times, The Worst of Times. Rebirth and Apocalypse in Contemporary Art.” Today, the Biennale announced its Discussion Program, which has been assembled by … Continue reading

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“The Ukrainian Body” censored in Kyiv

In the wake of Putin’s statements about the proactive promotion of realism as more effective than censorship, reports of censorship have come pouring in from Moscow’s southern sister Kyiv. According to a statement from co-curator Serge Klymko: On February 10, … Continue reading

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Pinchuk Art Centre kicks off the Future Generation Prize 2012

Starting today, the Victor Pinchuk Foundation will accept online applications for the Future Generation Art Prize, which recognizes artists under 35 years of age with a generous grant towards the production of a work. Baibakov Art Projects will continue to … Continue reading

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The Best of Times, The Worst of Times: Kyiv Biennale launches its new website

Announced in September 2011, the first Kyiv Biennale is taking shape, tapping Brit David Elliott as its first curator, PinchukArtCentre’s Alexander Soloviev as curator of special programs and Ekaterina Degot as the curator of discussions. While details about the artist … Continue reading

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Kyiv Sculpture Project announces an Open Call

Curators Kateryna Taylor and Helen Lucy Phelby have put out an open call for Kyiv Sculpture Project, a festival of public art taking place in the city’s M. Gryshko New Botanical Garden from June 2- July 2, 2012. Founded in … Continue reading

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Baibakov Art Projects congratulates the winners of the PinchukArtCentre Prize 2011

Baibakov Art Projects congratulates Nikita Kadan, Zhanna Kadyrova, Sergei Radkovich and Nikita Shalennyi, young Ukrainian artists recognized by the PinchukArtCentre Prize 2011. In a ceremony that took place yesterday in Kiev, Nikita Kadan was named the winner of UAH 100,000 and a … Continue reading

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