On October 18, the Bereznytsky Art Foundation opens a pre-auction exhibition of Ukrainian art from the Soviet period to the present day. The name of the exhibition is "From Red to Blue and Yellow." It will last until November 6, and it will end with a charity auction of the Kupava auction house. Part of the proceeds from the sale of the paintings will go to the Bereznitsky Art Foundation to organize a creative residence for curators and young artists from around the world. This is reported by BigKiev.
Works of the classics of visual art of the second half of the twentieth century are presented in combination with the works of stars of the Ukrainian contemporary art: Tetiana Yablonska, Mykola Hlushchenko, Vladyslav Mamsikov, Fedir Manailo, Kostyantyn Lomykin, Oleksandr Sukholit, Arsen Savadov, Yurii Syvyrin and Viktor Zaretsky.
“We have collected the best and most interesting works of Ukrainian craftsmen, which vividly illustrate our history and modernity. All of them are worthy of the most exquisite museums and collections. Most of the names presented at the exhibition have become part of the international art scene, and their works are successful at the auction of the leading auction houses of Sotheby's or Christie's, " said art critic, cultural scientist and curator Lyudmyla Bereznytska.