Exhibition Opening: Antiqvitas Nova at The Ukrainian Institute of America
Art at the Institute is pleased to announce a special mid-career survey exhibition featuring works by Lviv-based Ukrainian artists Oleh and Alexander Denysenko titled ANTIQVITAS NOVA. The exhibition will feature the creative journey of Oleh Denysenko through sculpture, intaglio printmaking, and unique levkas painting to the invention of his unique artistic idiom, Gessography, created in collaboration with his son Alexander Denysenko. Curated by Walter Hoydysh, PhD, Director of Art at the Institute, this exhibition will mark Oleh Denysenko’s third showing with the Ukrainian Institute of America, and Alexander Denysenko’s debut. Please join Ukrainian Catholic University at the reception for the artists on Friday, May 20th from 6-8pm.
A portion of the proceeds from this exhibition will benefit UCU Foundation’s Ukraine Emergency Fund which supports Humanitarian Relief Efforts at Ukrainian Catholic University.
Plein Air art expo “On the Edge” features new work created by Internally Displaced Ukrainian Artists at UCU
“Between yesterday and tomorrow, in a time and space that was impossible to imagine until recently: Who we are today and what the confusing world is like for us.”
The dialogue between the artist and the canvas was the theme of the “On the Edge” exhibition, which took place from April 4-11 at Ukrainian Catholic University. Organized by the SaveCultureUA volunteer association, 11 internally displaced artists were invited to participate, all of whom were forced to seek refuge in Lviv as a result of the war.
UCU invites you to tour the virtual exhibition and to learn more about each artist. Proceeds from the exhibition will go towards UCU’s support for refugee artists and cultural projects.