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Photos below are open for usage by mass media. To download a high res photo, click a preview, then click a link «Save in high resolution» in window's lower right corner. When using photos, please, note copyright information. Photographs provided by the PinchukArtCentre © 2017. Photographed by Sergey Illin.

Marina Abramović. Generator, 2014/2017. Public Participatory Experience
Marina Abramović. Generator, 2014/2017. Public Participatory Experience
Marina Abramović. Generator, 2014/2017. Public Participatory Experience
Marina Abramović. Generator, 2014/2017. Public Participatory Experience
Marina Abramović. Generator, 2014/2017. Public Participatory Experience
Marina Abramović. Generator, 2014/2017. Public Participatory Experience
Ai Weiwei. Dropping a Han Dynasty Urn, 2016. LEGO bricks. Courtesy of Ai Weiwei Studio
Urs Fischer. Chair for a Ghost: Urs, 2003. Sand–cast aluminum, paint, varnish, wire. Courtesy Ringier. Collection, Switzerland
Oscar Murillo. Frequencies, in 28 parts (China, Azerbaijan, South Africa, Lebanon, Kenya, India, Singapore, Indonesia, Nepal, USA, Zambia, Japan, Turkey), 2013 – ongoing
Oscar Murillo. Frequencies, in 28 parts (China, Azerbaijan, South Africa, Lebanon, Kenya, India, Singapore, Indonesia, Nepal, USA, Zambia, Japan, Turkey), 2013 – ongoing
Santiago Sierra. Veterans of war facing the corner, 2017
Santiago Sierra. Veterans of war facing the corner, 2017
Santiago Sierra. Burned Word, July 2012. El Cabanyal, Valencia, Spain
Barthélémy Toguo. Overcome the Virus!, 2016. Porcelain Vases, 3D prints. Courtesy Galerie Lelong, Paris and Bandjoun Station, Cameroon
Douglas Gordon. The End of Civilisation, 2012. 3 Screen Video Installation with sound, 118 min
Damien Hirst. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow, 2008. Glass, stainless steel, fish, fish skeletons, acrylic, MDF, paint, formaldehyde solution
Damien Hirst. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow, 2008. Glass, stainless steel, fish, fish skeletons, acrylic, MDF, paint, formaldehyde solution
Urs Fischer. Untitled, 2011. Paraffin wax mixture, pigment, steel, wicks. Private collection. Courtesy of the artist
Urs Fischer. Untitled, 2011. Paraffin wax mixture, pigment, steel, wicks. Private collection. Courtesy of the artist
Urs Fischer. Untitled, 2011. Paraffin wax mixture, pigment, steel, wicks. Private collection. Courtesy of the artist
Jan Fabre. Skull with Turtle, 2017. Murano Glass, Skeleton, Bic Ink, Stainless Steel. Courtesy of the artist
Jan Fabre. Skull with Turtle, 2017. Murano Glass, Skeleton, Bic Ink, Stainless Steel. Courtesy of the artist
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Video

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15.06.2015

TV-report about “Borderline. Ukrainian Art 1985–2004” and “Mute” exhibitions, ICTV

15.06.2015

TV-report about “Borderline. Ukrainian Art 1985–2004” and “Mute” exhibitions, Euronews

14.05.2015

TV-report about Ukrainian national pavilion at the 56th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia, ICTV, Fakty

14.05.2015

TV-report about Ukrainian national pavilion at the 56th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia, ICTV

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PinchukArtCentre Reopens with a Major Group Exhibition When Faith Moves Mountains and a Project Russian War Crimes

17.07.2022

144 days after the beginning of the full-scale russian invasion in Ukraine, the PinchukArtCentre (Kyiv, Ukraine) opens again on July 17th with When Faith Moves Mountains. The major group exhibition with over 45 artists, presented in partnership with, and thanks to M HKA and the Flemish Government will put the focus on Ukraine as a country open to the world and will celebrate its deep roots and relation to Europe. Russian War Crimes exhibition is integrated into the context of When Faith Moves Mountains.

“Imagine Ukraine”, a three-part project in support of Ukrainian cultural front

05.05.2022

Presented by the PinchukArtCentre and M HKA, and developed with immediate participation by Bozar and the European Parliament.

“ART CAN TELL THE WORLD THINGS THAT CANNOT BE SHARED OTHERWISE”: Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the President of Ukraine addresses the Venice Biennale 2022 at the opening of THIS IS UKRAINE: DEFENDING FREEDOM @ VENICE 2022

22.04.2022

The PinchukArtCentre and Victor Pinchuk Foundation presented their official collateral event, This is Ukraine: Defending Freedom on 21st of April at the Scuola Grande della Misericordia in Venice.

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