Lavra Gallery and WWF invite Transcarpathian artists to take part in a new project

21 January 2020 11:48  17208159 0210350
Lavra Gallery and WWF invite Transcarpathian artists to take part in a new project

LAVRA Gallery and WWF bring the art community together to create MANIFEST 2020 to protect living environment
On January 20, 2020, Kyiv Municipal Art Gallery LAVRA, together with the WWF Ukraine announce the launch of the All-Ukrainian art project LIVING ENVIRONMENT. MANIFEST 2020. On the one hand, it is an open competitive selection of works by artists working in various fields and genres of contemporary art - painting, graphics, sculpture, photography, video art, installation. On the other hand, it is the call of the art community to statesmen, businessmen, each of us on the need for bold actions for the sake of living in harmony with the world in 2020.
Applications will be accepted from January 20 until February 25, 2020. The result will be a large-scale all-Ukrainian exhibition of works by the winners at the LAVRA Gallery scheduled for early March this year. The competition includes major nominations from the Lavra Gallery, WWF Ukraine, as well as a special Vogue's Choice Award from the project partner, Vogue UA.
The expert jury of the main competition will include Tetyana Mironova - the director of the Kyiv Municipal Art Gallery LAVRA; Olena Tarasova-Krasiyeva - the director of the WWF Ukraine; Viktor Sidorenko - the director of the Institute of Contemporary Art of the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine; Pylyp Vlasov - the Editor-in-Chief of Vogue UA.
Applications can be found here:
The curator is Yulia Nuzhina
The project is being implemented with the assistance of the Mironova Foundation, with the support of VOGUE.UA and the Kyiv Metro. The project identity was developed by the GRAagency branding agency.

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