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    19 March 2012A shot in the art for VasilyWhat artist needs a paintbrush when he can use a revolver? On sale at Irina Zonabend’s new Contemporary Art gallery at 99 Mount Street, Mayfair, are works by Vasily Sad, the Ukrainian abstract artist whose idea of “mixed media” is to fire 25 or so […]

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New Style Blog

http://en.newstyle-mag.com/featured/vasily-sad-beauty-in-the-ordinary.html 18.02.2012Vasily Sad: Beauty in the OrdinaryAbout author: Elena Petrova – Deputy Editor “New Style” magazine. el@newstyle-mag.com Vasily Sad exibition at The Gallery, Mount Street, LondonUntil 28 February the beautiful classical room of The Gallery on Mount street houses works of renowned Ukranian artist Vasily Sad ( pronounced as “saahd” and meaning “the garden”). This […]

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The Independent

Ukrainian artist Vasily Sad’s ‘Aftermath’ (1986) inspired by the Chernobyl disaster. He offered the gift of one of his works to Japan but it was declined A bitter tinge to an unhappy anniversary Next week’s 25th anniversary

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BBC

Ростислав Хотин Редактор Української служби Бі-Бі-Сі, Лондон Наслідки – посвята Чорнобилю. Центральний експонат авторської виставки Василя Сада У Лондоні відкрилася виставка українського митця Василя Сада — абстракціоніста зі стажем, який у своїй творчості звернувся до теми Чорнобиля. Час

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Український художник показав своє бачення японської трагедії

15.04.2011 13:39 Gazeta.ua Gazeta Ukraine: http://www.gazeta.ua/articles/culture-newspaper/379411 Вчора у Посольстві України у Великій Британії відкрилася виставка AFTERMATH (НАСЛІДКИ), присвячена 25-річчю Чорнобильської трагедії, на якій представлено роботи українського художника-нонконформіста Василя Сада. Лондонська галерея ArteLia, директором якої є Рогова Лілія, співпрацює з одеським художником, вперше представила вже відомі в Україні роботи Сада лондонській публіці. Виставка була урочисто відкрита послом

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Чорнобильські картини показують у Лондоні

“Газета по-українськи” №1209 за 19.04.2011. Рубрика Культура фото з сайта www.artelia.kino7.com Картина одеського художника Василя Сада, яку він створив 1986-го після аварії на Чорнобильській АЕС. Її разом з іншими картинами митця показали на виставці в українському посольстві в Лондоні 12 квітня в Посольстві України у Великій Британії відкрили виставку “Наслідки” до 25-річчя Чорнобильської катастрофи. На

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Mamay – 2009: inhabitants of Odessa represent art by Vasiliy (Vasyl) Sad

24.7.2009 | Culture Photo by Oleg Vladimirsky The Gallery of Contemporary Art «NT-Art» (Lidersovsky Boulevard, 5) within the project “Mamay-2009″ opened exhibition of Vasiliy Sad paintings, reports TIA “Vіkna-Odessa. Gallery owned by renowned art collector Anatoliy Dymchuk started series of exhibitions of non-conformists artist who belong to “Mamay” group. The non-conformism movement dates back to

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Искусство памяти: выставка В. Сада в Лондоне

Pulse UK 15 Apr Sad exhibition В здании посольства Украины состоялась выставка художника Василия Сада, посвященная 25й годовщине чернобыльской трагедии. Основное внимание гостей, среди которых были посол Украины в Великобритании В. Хандогий, привлекла работа «Aftermath», созданная художником в 1986 году в ответ на чернобыльскую трагедию, когда взрыв на ядерном реакторе повлек за собой одну из

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Angliya – Interview with Liliya Rogova

Все, что ни делается, – к лучшему Живопись нынче в моде. Ходить на выставки – модно, покупать картины – престижно, разбираться в живописи – современно. Другая и, как обычно, невидимая сторона медали – работа тех людей, без которых любой художник, пусть даже самый талантливый не стал бы известным и покупаемым. Ведь утверждение, что настоящий художник

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Ernest Kotkov – Art is his language

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History of Ukrainian contemporary art

Though Ukrainian art has always been an organic component of the East European culture, it nevertheless maintained a strong cultural identity, bearing many inventive features. In the early 20th century art of Ukraine was drawn into the pan-European avant-garde movement. It served, in a way, as an outpost of this world tendency, granting the earth

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Ukrainian magnate opens Kiev is first international contemporary art centre

Victor Pinchuk is art foundation is intended to modernise Ukrainians Kiev. “We are not yet used to organising parties like this”, said the laconic young Ukrainian. This was the opening in Kiev on 16 September of the PinchukArtCentre, funded by 45-year old Ukrainian billionaire Victor Pinchuk. The big band had swung through “In the Mood”,

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Ukrainian artists lift Kiev auction

But secrecy is still the order of the day Kiev. Long overshadowed by Russia’s deep-pocketed art collectors, Ukraine’s art market is finally starting to make an impact. On 15 December, Art Kapital, a Kiev auction house, wrapped up its first year with its fourth auction of Russian and Ukrainian art. The auction, however, was not

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Odessa bids to become arts city

The scene is flourishing in the once-important port Odessa. When people think of art in the former Soviet Union, they normally think of Moscow, St Petersburg or Kiev, but now there is a new city to add to the list. The long-neglected city of Odessa is emerging as a hotbed of art activity. The current city was

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Soviet-era underground art is resurfacing

Two new venues open for exhibiting the large new collections Odessa. The rise of new money in Odessa has led to the creation of a series of new art collections. In the past year, several wealthy businessmen have bought entire Soviet-era collections and created public museums. Art enthusiast Alexander Knoppel’s 300-piece col­lection is the foundation of the

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First major auction house opens

Regular sales of Ukrainian, Russian, European and American art Odessa. Odessa is no stranger to art auctions, but at the end of December it opened its first permanent auction house. Belle Epoque is the creation of retired sea captain and current city legislator Konstantin Shpilavoi. In the 1980s and 1990s Odessa sourced art to richer

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“Odessa School of Art” and “The Odessa Group”

If the visual arts of Moscow and St. Petersburg (Leningrad) have become relatively known in the West due, mainly, to the continuous, successful sales of Russian art by major Western auction houses and to the fast developing internal art markets in Russia, the artistic life of the regions still presents a very fragmental and often

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