For the attention of art lovers!
Iryna Fedorenko, an artist and art expert, organizer of the International Festival of Contemporary Art “TRACE”, is holding an exhibition of Ukrainian artists “Renaissance” in Munich from August 4 to 18 at the Galerie “Galerini”.
According to the Festival’s tradition, the names of the artists were revealed only on the opening day.
The motto of this year’s Festival:
“We are talking about the future, our language is the power of art. Our footprint will forever remain in history as those who launched a new round of the Renaissance. “
The Festival of Contemporary Art “TRACE” is a large-scale art project that already has its own history: thousands of viewers, eminent guests, more than a hundred publications in the media, inclusion in the TOP-rating of the most interesting events in Ukraine.
The opening of the Festival took place on August 3, as the curator of the exhibition Iryna Fedorenko SEMIRA wrote on her Facebook page:
“Yesterday was the official opening of the Renaissance exhibition within the framework of the International Festival of Contemporary Art “TRACE”, the first five exhibitions were held in Kyiv, and now the doors of the Festival have opened in Germany, in the heart of Munich, in the Galerini Gallery. The exhibition is supported by the Consulate General of Ukraine in Munich, on behalf of which the Consul of the Consulate General of Ukraine Oleksandr Stetsyuk delivered a welcoming speech to the participants and guests of the exhibition.
The exhibition features paintings, drawings, photographs, sculpture and digital art. We are making new TRACE in the history of contemporary art.
Artists from different countries participated in the exhibition: Marina Yukish, Nadiia Rom, Irina Bohdanova, Tatiana Bogdanova, Hanna Koliesnik, Olga Ignatova (Melnica), Natalia Zhizhko (Didukh), Natalia Shpyrka (Levytska), Vitalina Kraevska, Yanina Novytska, Ilona Fedunkiv, Iryna Fedorenko SEMIRA, Kate die‘Schmiderer (Kate Ishchenko), Anton Selleshii, Natalya Volkova , Naelya Nikolayeva, Denys Fedorenko and special guest Gabriela von Habsburg.
Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, we have not yet received a few more works, but we are looking forward to them. In addition, at the beginning of next week we will present an online exhibition and everyone will have the opportunity to see the works even without being in Munich. Thank you all for making it possible and I invite you to visit our exhibition!
Photos by our guests and wonderful photographers Natalia Volkova and Joachim Lotsch￼.”