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Ukrainian artist’s paintings go on show in Warsaw

23.06.2022 08:00
Paintings by Ukraine’s Olya Kravchenko will be on show from Thursday at the Warsaw Archdiocese Museum in the Polish capital.
Paintings by Ukraines Olya Kravchenko are on show at the Warsaw Archdiocese Museum (MAW) from Thursday, June 23, 2022.
Paintings by Ukraine’s Olya Kravchenko are on show at the Warsaw Archdiocese Museum (MAW) from Thursday, June 23, 2022.Photo: Pixabay

Entitled Depth, the exhibition features 14 recent works by the Ukrainian artist.

Kravchenko’s latest art was inspired by the melodies and lyrics of old Ukrainian songs and carols, according to organisers.

To honour these influences, the paintings are accompanied by QR codes for the songs that inspired them. 

Bringing Ukrainian culture to Polish audiences

Painted with the ancient technique of tempera, the 14 works are showcased to familiarise Polish audiences with the culture of Ukraine, the Warsaw Archdiocese Museum said.

It added that Ukrainian culture "is close to us because it is steeped in God, yet at the same time different, surprising and intriguing."

The Lviv-born Kravchenko, 37, is an artist, painter of icons and art restorer. Her works are featured in museums in Ukraine and Poland, as well as in private collections around the world, from Brazil to the United States to Australia.     

The Warsaw exhibition opens at 6 p.m. on Thursday and runs until September 4.


Source: PAP, maw.art.plsztukapomagaukrainie.pl