On 11 May, MARI welcomed guests for the opening of the “Concentration of the Will” project. The exhibition space of the Modern Art Research Institute became the first of three exhibition spaces of a large-scale project that will follow at the M17 Contemporary Art Center and the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine.
The project aims to show how contemporary art reveals the Ukrainian vision of will, which contributes to the efforts of Ukrainians today to accumulate their strength to resist the Russian invasion.
Project participants exhibited at the Modern Art Research Institute of the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine: Nazar Bilyk, Andriy Bludov, Olena Bu Shdid, Omnia Voivat, Svitlana Havrylenko, Volodymyr Honcharenko, Igor Gusev, Yuriy Denysenkov, Maria Dovhanyk, Andriy Dudchenko, Olha Zaremba, Egor Zigura, Gamlet Zinkivskyi, Oleksiy Zolotar, Serhiy Zakharov, Olena Kalenyk, Oleksandr Klymenko, Hanna Kryvolap, Kateryna Lisova, Anton Logov, Ave Libertatemaveamor, Maria Lubynska, Andriy Naboka, Anastasia Osmolovska, Volodymyr Padun, Yevhen Prymachenko, Oleksiy Revika, Tetiana Rusetska, Nina Savenko, Oleg Tistol, Mykyta Titov, Andriy Tsoi, Sasha Chychkan, Dmytro Shevchenko, Leonora Yakymashchenko, Albina Yalosa, Oleksandr Yanovych, Illia Yarovyi.
The “Concentration of the Will” project is jointly organised by the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine, the Modern Art Research Institute and the M17 Contemporary Art Centre. The event is supported by the Art Support Fund. Modern Art Research Institute Address: 18 “D” Yevhena Konovaltsia St., Kyiv city, Ukraine Free admission