Group Exhibition

With Love

It began as a peaceful protest in Kyiv’s Independence Square, and then grew into a mass gathering affirming personal dignity and the fundamental ideas behind the project of Europe’s democratic integration. The future of Europe as an idea was now at stake. These events that came to be known as the Euromaidan transformed into a performative act linking art and political change. It bridged sacred and profane dimensions, transgressed boundaries, and linked traditional and avant-garde art forms. This exhibition, With Love, reflects the desire for uniting the collective body, and on the other hand, projects new cultural roles for its participants. From photography to music, from painting to film, it boldly invites global audiences to affirm the principle of hope and to start a conversation about our visions for humanity’s future. The artists presented by Zorya Fine Art, hailing from a wide variety of backgrounds in Ukraine and around the world, extend this invitation to audiences around the world.

Curated by Professor Vitaly Chernetsky, Associate Professor, Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Kansas and President of the Zorya, Inc., Foundation.

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