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An exhibition of works by Ukrainian artists opened in Manhattan


Alina Prikhodko

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When Russia invaded Ukraine, many artists faced a difficult choice: flee their homes for safety or stay. Like many Ukrainians, they had to leave for the unknown. Despite the horrors and hardships of the war, artists stubbornly moved forward and created powerful new works. According to Time Out, these works are now featured in a gallery in Manhattan.

Conceptual art exhibition SHERO, presented in Tribeca, includes 27 works by Ukrainian contemporary artists that demonstrate the strength and beauty of women. She can be seen until February 22nd daily from 11:00 to 20:00 at 101 Reade Street.

“SHERO is more than just an art exhibition, it is a profound exploration of the strength and beauty inherent in women,” gallery organizers said in a press release.

The curators of the exhibition, Maria Manuylenko and Inna Pedan, selected works that cover many styles, genres and techniques, skillfully combining modern trends and Ukrainian ethnic traditions. The works explore the breadth and depth of women's experiences, often from different and even contradictory perspectives.

SHERO is another step towards implementing the plan Rukh Art Hub to promote Ukrainian artists to the world art arena and introduce international audiences to Ukrainian art and culture. The exhibition is supported by Razom for Ukraine – a charitable organization that supports Ukraine and helps the families of Ukrainian soldiers.

Artistic manifesto

Artists participating in the exhibition: Anna Bondar, Alexander Anokhin, Alina Anokhina, Anastasia Podervyanskaya, Arthur Anokhin, Diana Ruban, Irina Kalyuzhnaya, Yulia Isabel, Kristina Otchich-Chernyak, Lina Chanturia, Lucy Evans, Maria Kulikovskaya, Mariko Gelman, Nadine Kobylko, Maya Khayuk, Natalya Lugovskaya, Nina Murashkina, Polina Kuznetsova, Polina Verbitskaya, Ekaterina Reznichenko, Tata Kolesnik, Tatyana Albitskaya, Kostomarova, Tatyana Malinovskaya, Valeria Buchuk, Evgeniy Shapovalov, Yulia Polyakova, Yuri Kokh.

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Each of these artists shares compelling stories through their work. For example, the sculptor Kulikovskaya is from Crimea and twice escaped from Russian troops. As for Malinovskaya, she combines work with raising five children; she has been involved in nearly 100 projects as an artist and curator.

“SHERO embodies the indomitable spirit of women by highlighting their ability to find joy in the midst of personal and global tragedies. Their power is in achieving the seemingly impossible, and the transformative power of bringing new life into the world, say event organizers. “It represents an artistic manifesto that reflects the unstoppable power of women through the diverse voices of artists with different backgrounds, perspectives and techniques.”

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