Publications Catalogues

Victor Pinchuk Plans New Arts Center for Kiev

By John Varoli - Bloomberg News

Ending Silence, An Introduction to the History of Modern Ukrainian Art

By Prof. Oleksandr Fedoruk, Doctor of Art History

Rylsky Institute of Art History, Folklore Studies, and Ethnology
National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Ascent to Beauty

By Valentyna Ruban-Kravchenko

Doctor of Art History, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Fine Arts of Ukraine

Mapping Valeriy Skrypka's Compelling Dreamscapes

By Dr. Sam Hunter, Emeritus Professor of Art History, Princeton University

Oxana Mas: Artist Profile

By John Varoli (Bloomberg)

Reprinted Courtesy of The Art Newspaper

Russian Art Market: A New Reality

By John Varoli (Bloomberg)

Reprinted Courtesy of The Art Newspaper

Visions of Past and Present

By Jaroslaw Leshko

Professor Emeritus of Art, Smith College, Northampton, MA

$65 MLN in Russian art on sale in London

By John Varoli (Bloomberg)

Reprinted Courtesy of The Art Newspaper

Ukraine suffered “colossal” looting during World War II

By John Varoli (Bloomberg)

Reprinted Courtesy of The Art Newspaper.

Skrypka's Neo-Baroque Style Mesmerizes

By Mykola Zhulynsky

Published in Obrazutvorche Mystetstvo, Volume II, 2008

A Poem about an Inland Sea, Ukrainian Pavilion, la Biennale di Venezia 2007

By Peter Doroshenko

President, Pinchuk Art Centre, Kyiv

The Vibrant Paintings of Hutsaliuk

By Joan Hess Michel

Published in American Artist, Special Artists' Guide Issue, August 1969

Ukrainian Obituary: Halyna Krychevska-Linde, Artist And Daughter Of Renowned Architect

By Heather Fernuik

Published in The Ukrainian Weekly
The Ukrainian Weekly, Vol. LXXIV, No. 38, p. 4 and 22, September 17, 2006

Ukrainian Avant-Garde Art 1910s-1930s

By Dmytro Gorbachev

"ART" Publisher, 1996, Kyiv

Mapping Ukrainian Contribution to Modernism

By Kevin Nance, Art Critic

Published in Chicago Sun Times on July 27, 2006

Kyiv to Paris: Ukrainian Art in the European Avant-Garde, 1905-1930

By Prof. Myroslav Shkandrij, Department of German and Slavic Studies

University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

THE ART WORLD: Kazimir Malevich and Ukraine

By Prof. Myroslava M. Mudrak, Interim Chairperson and Associate Professor

The Department of History of Art, Ohio State University

Apiary Transformed

By Dr. Sam Hunter, Emeritus Professor of Art History, Princeton University

Something about Bees from the Humanities Point of View

By Christian Gusewski, Director, Gallery ARTRÜ, Rünenberg, Switzerland

The Mystery and Meaning of Volodymyr Radko’s Charmed Realm of Art

By Dr. Sam Hunter, Emeritus Professor of Art History, Princeton University

Convergence

By Jeffrey Wechsler, Senior Curator, Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University

Additional information about the history of art in Ukraine

Leopolis Project - electronic index of the art of Ukraine.

Works from the Estate of Vasyl Hryhorovych Krychevsky

This catalogue has been published in conjunction with the exhibition that opened at The Ukrainian Museum on April 13, 2007. 104 color plates, 112 pages. English foreword by Valentyna Ruban-Kravchenko, Doctor of Art History, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Fine Arts of Ukraine, Principal Researcher at the Maksym Rylsky Institute of Art History, Folklore, and Ethnology, National Academy of Science of Ukraine. Dr. Ruban is the leading scholar on Krychevsky family. Printed in Ukraine by Kolorove Nebo, 2007. Size 8 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches. $20.

Mykola Zhuravel Apiary

Catalogue published for art exhibition of Mykola Zhuravel: Apiary. 26 color plates, 60 pages. In English, Ukrainian and German. Foreword by Sam Hunter, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Art and Archeology at Princeton University. Writings by Christian Gusewski, ArtRu, Runenberg, Switzerland and Oleh Sydor-Hibelinda, Senior Research Associate, National Academy of Visual Art and Architecture, Kyiv, Ukraine. Printed in Ukraine by Kolorove Nebo, 2005. Size 8 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches. $15.

Ending Silence

An Introduction to the History of Modern Ukrainian Art. 60 pages. Foreword by Oleksandr Fedoruk, Doctor of Art History, Professor at Rylsky Institute of Art History, Folklore Studies, and Ethnology, Nataional Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Translated by Dr. Vitaly Chernetsky, Vice President of the American Association for Ukrainian Studies, Assistant Professor, Dept. of German, Russian & East Asian Languages, Miami University. Printed in Ukraine by Kolorove Nebo. Size 8 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches.

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