The art community gathered at the Boutique Design Showhouse, a unique concept art house with a magical garden designed by interior designer Sogol Afsharjavan. Among the decor, one could find art postcard “beauties collection” from the Ukrainian artist Alla Boyka, who is now in Rome preparing a new project for the Miami public, and art installations from the Ukrainian brand mememe, where the founder of the project Vlad Guristimba raffled gifts for the guests of the evening.
The winners were the representatives of the Ukrainian project Rudenko Art Pro, and the daughter of the famous Ukrainian artist Andrey Chernovol. All the evening guests had the opportunity to join the painting “Magic Garden – Ukraine.” The performance was attended by not only Ukrainian artists but also by well-known artists from Argentina Havi Schanz and Luca Artioli, an Italian photographer.
Acrylic paints from the Ukrainian manufacturer Art Kompozit were used in the artwork. According to Dmitry Ostapenko, the brand will soon be introduced to the American market.
“My big dream is for this painting to be presented at my own Ukrainian fair in 2023 as part of Art Week Miami. Every artist now in Ukraine is an ambassador of peace, and it is so important for us to convey to every heart through art – what politics cannot solve,” said Alexey Didigurov, publisher of Travel to Art and the ideological inspirer of the art community in Miami.
Among the guests were Silvia Barisione, chief curator of the Wolfsonian museum, Tatyana Zabora, who represented two young Ukrainian artists: Les Panchyshyn, Yuliya Grzmehle, at the Spectrum fair, as well as Denis Belkevich, international art expert, Diana Dorozhkina, Svetlana Kirichik, and her husband.
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