Oleh Sokolov's monographic exhibition was prepared within the framework of the museum program "Cell" in partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Art…
The artist's personal project, prepared especially for NAMU, will last from March 20 to May 2, 2021.
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03.04.2021 Slow Art Day in NAMU
Friends, on Saturday, April 10 at 15:30 we invite you to join the Day of leisurely art at NAMU.
Slow Art Day is an international event that takes place annually in early April and helps you enjoy the slow contemplation of art. Focusing on one work brings peace and balance of thought and encourages participants to consider the work thoughtfully. The purpose of Slow Art Day is to try to discover a work of art from the other side, through, at first glance, completely invisible details. How will the event take place at NAMU in connection with the lockdown?
This year, the Day of Unhurried Art will take place online in the format of a meeting-discussion on the ZOOM platform.
For discussion, we chose two works (one painting and one sculpture), which are presented in the permanent exhibition of NAMU "Modernism in Ukraine". Before the discussion, participants will be able to virtually review the proposed works, followed by another discussion.
The questions for our discussion will be varied: from the simplest, such as "What's going on in the picture?", "What details did you notice?", To the more complex ones related to the context of the era when these works appeared.
After the quarantine, coming to the museum, participants will be able to see the works in more detail, taking into account the experience and knowledge they will gain after the virtual Day of leisurely art.
Importantly! There will be no right or wrong answers in this discussion. In the first place, the participants' feelings of contemplation of the works are given, if necessary, the presenters only correct the facts concerning the works and their history.
Presenters: Maryna Leotieva and Kateryna Miliukova
April 10 (Saturday) at 3:30 p.m.
Event duration: 1 hour.
Participation in the event is free by prior registration: