Author: Motria Melnyk

CHICAGO – The long-awaited exhibit of Michel Andreenko (1894-1982), “Michel Andreenko: Revisited,” postponed for two years because of the pandemic, opened on June 18 at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art (UIMA). Andreenko, one of the significant figures of 20th century modern art who is still unknown to many, was nonetheless a man who made...

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CHICAGO – Founded in 1971, the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art (UIMA) marked 50 years of excellence in art exhibition and performance throughout 2021 by honoring its founders’ original vision. To acknowledge the significant milestone, UIMA hosted a sold-out gala concert and fundraiser, “Sounds of Celebration,” on November 6. Amid the ambience of the museum’s anniversary exhibition, “Selections of the Permanent Collection,” the melodic atmosphere of the evening filled the museum’s galleries. Guests were treated to the lyrical artistry of world-renowned Ukrainian vocalists and musicians, among them Solomiya Ivakhiv, Juliana Osinchuk, Stefan Szkafarowsky and Marta Zaliznyak-Derzhko. The concert opened with…

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CHICAGO – Given that today Ukraine is at the center of political events, attention to the country is continually growing. Cultural diplomacy is one of the most effective methods of enhancing a nation’s reputation and cultural branding. Through culture we confirm Ukraine’s strong artistic position in the world.

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