Lietuvos Kultūros Institutas
Instituto veikla, Kultūros atašė veikla, Kultūros naujienos, Susijusios naujienos


Lietuvos kultūros institutas

Šiandien, kai skaičiuojame jau dvejus karo Europoje metus, norime matyti menininkus, mūsų seses ir brolius ukrainiečius, kurių talentas netyla, aidint sirenoms ir krentant bomboms. Kviečiame susipažinti su Lietuvos kultūros atašė Italijoje Lauros Gabrielaitytės-Kazulėnienės iniciatyva Ukrainos paviljono Venecijos bienalėje 2022 m. kuratorės Marijos Lanko (galerija „The Naked Room”) sudarytu tarptautiškai veikiančiu ukrainiečių institucijų ir kūrėjų sąrašu.

„Vasario 24-oji žymi dvejus metus nuo rusijos plataus masto invazijos į Ukrainą ir daugiau nei 10 metų nuo karo pradžios. Nepaisant to, kiek agresorius bandė sunaikinti Ukrainos žmones ir kultūrą, mūsų kūrybinis balsas per šį laiką tapo tik garsesnis. Pasaulis vis labiau domisi Ukrainos meno rinka, o mes labai norime dalintis ir bendradarbiauti. JAV, Prancūzija, Italija, Jungtinė Karalystė, Vokietija – tik tik kelios šalys, kuriose šiuo metu veikia daugybė kūrybinių Ukrainos iniciatyvų, kultūros ir kūrybinių industrijų projektų, institucijų, organizuojami renginiai. Šiandien norime keletu jų pasidalinti su jumis – tikimės, jums patiks jį patyrinėti.”

Marija Lanko, „The Naked Room” komanda

(Sąrašas anglų kalba)


Ukrainian Institute

Strengthening the international and domestic subjectivity of Ukraine by means of cultural diplomacy.



Kyiv Perennial

February 23–June 9, 2024

Kyiv Perennial—symbolically marking the 10th anniversary of the Maidan Revolution and the 10th year of the Russian war against Ukraine—is a continuation of the pan-European edition of the Kyiv Biennial 2023, which took place in several Ukrainian and EU cities.


74th Berlin International Film Festival

This year’s Berlinale programme includes three films by Ukrainian artists: A Bit of a Stranger by Svitlana Lishchynska, Intercepted by Oksana Karpovych, and The Editorial Office by Roman Bondarchuk.


Another Spring

Zina Isupova, Sasha Kurmaz, Felix Oehmann

26 Jan—9 Mar 2024

Haverkampf Leistenschneider, Berlin

For the exhibition ANOTHER SPRING, Berlin-based artist Felix Oehmann has invited Ukrainian artists Zina Isupova and Sasha Kurmaz to present new works with him in the gallery. The artists have joined to provide a personal insight into how the war has reshaped their perspective on a world no longer the same as they have known it.


Serpen’ Gallery

Contemporary art gallery in Berlin that presents Ukrainian artists, builds intercultural relations and creates art projects.



Solomiya is an artists-run independent magazine exploring and showcasing Ukrainian cultural and artistic scene.


Borshch Magazine

It’s a space to provoke open dialogues and challenge established ideas about making, listening and dancing to music. Together with TYME Berlin (Berlin-based collective & label born out of a shared passion for contemporary music and visual art) they organise TIES events in Germany.




La Dynamique des fluides

From 29 November 2023 to 29 February 2024, Paris

Agence IDA presents „La Dynamique des fluides”, a group show commissioned by BARNES International, featuring four international women artists: Lisa Ouakil, Olga Sabko, Léa Dumayet and Béatrice Bissara.


Gallery Sana Moreau in Paris

Galerie Sana Moreau is the first Ukrainian gallery in Paris. Recently opened, the gallery now has two spaces. The first is located in the historic Le Village Suisse district, 15th arrondissement and features modern design and decoration by the best Ukrainian designers.


Perspective Galerie in Paris

From January 18 to March 2, the exhibition ‘Don’t Forget Me’ will take place at the Perspective Galerie in Paris, featuring works by 6 artists, including 4 Ukrainians. APL315, Yulia Belyaeva, Masha Silchenko, Timur Postovy, as well as Norman Brenedt and Sacha Tebul, will present works in completely different forms: sculpture, photography, and painting.

Opportunities for Ukrainian filmmakers at the Cannes Film Market

The Ukrainian Institute has been cooperating with the Cannes Film Market for the third time within the professional programmes Producers Network and Cannes Docs. Based on the results of an open selection, 5 Ukrainian novice producers are selected for participation in the Producers Network programme.


The US


i am u are

i am u are is a platform for empowering the creative industry of Ukraine containing 5000 items from 180 creators to shop and explore the diverse Ukrainian culture.


Voloshyn Gallery in Miami

In 2023, the Voloshyn Gallery opened its new space in Miami, FL, US. Voloshyn Gallery fosters the integration of Ukrainian art into global cultural processes.


Vellum LA

Founded in 2021, Vellum LA is a Los Angeles based gallery with a focus on new media and digital art. Part of the gallery’s team is a curator of Ukrainian origin Alice Scope.



Art Megastar Gallery, Los Angeles | February 17—March 13

With participation of Alina Zamanova, Ukrainian artist


Spilka NYC and Spilka Paris

Spilka is an independent collective of art, service and cultural workers based in New York City and Paris that is dedicated to providing people in Ukraine with lifesaving resources and critical supplies in the face of the ongoing Russian invasion and war.




I Am Volya

I Am Volya was born in London as an online boutique to bring all the iconic Ukrainian designers in one place and make them widely available for the people of the United Kingdom.


In the Eye of the Storm

Modernism in Ukraine, 1900-1930s

29 June—13 October 2024

Exhibition organised by the Royal Academy of Arts, London with the Royal Museums of Fine Arts, Brussels and the Belvedere, Vienna in partnership with the National Art Museum of Ukraine.


Lysenko Gallery and Lysenko Auction (Ukrainian First London Art Auction)

Lysenko Gallery is a family-run business with specialists in Ukrainian art. The collection consists of carefully selected works from Ukraine, exhibiting both established and emerging artists.



ONE MRIA is a platform built to continuously promote Ukrainian talent. They were the first to start organising pop-ups with Ukrainian brands in the UK.


Saatchi Gallery

BURTYNSKY: Extraction/Abstraction

Edward Burtynsky was born Taras Buratynsky, the son of Ukrainian immigrants who had escaped the Soviet Union for a better life in Canada.

The largest exhibition of works by world-renowned photographer Edward Burtynsky. Featuring large-scale photographs, murals, film installation and augmented reality.



Vintage charity market in London




La Biennale di Venezia 2024

Ukrainian Pavilion in Venice

Net Making

20 April—24 November, 2024

The Ukrainian pavilion will be represented by such artists as Katya Buchatska, Oleksandr Burlaka, Andrii Dostliev, Lia Dostlieva, Andrii Rachynskyi and Daniil Revkovskyi.


The Polish Pavilion will see a project by the Open Group, a collective that includes Yuriy Biley, Pavlo Kovach, and Anton Varga. The Ukrainian artists’ collective, founded in Lviv in 2012, has already staged one Venice pavilion, representing Ukraine in the 56th Biennale in 2015.


Fashion brands



Paris showroom

France 20 Rue Saint-Blaise, 75020 Paris

Coming from tailors in fourth generations maintaining traditions with future aligned. Masculine shapes on feminine shoulders crafted to carry deeds of today.

Online and in stores

38 Holland Street, London

bettter is the first system of upcycled clothing that operates as a multifaceted platform with a shared purpose.


Ksenia Schneider

KSENIASCHNAIDER was founded in 2011 by a married couple Ksenia Schnaider and Anton Schnaider. The collections cover women’s and men’s ready-to-wear, reworked, upcycled, patchwork, denim, and accessories.


Anna October

Anna October is a Ukrainian womenswear brand expressing a spirit of sensitivity and freedom. The core of Anna October collections is dresses, shining out the light of women’s femininity and grace.


RCR Khomenko

Witty and smart storyteller, the now iconic brand was established in 2011 by a young designer Yasia Khomenko. The brand has since had great success producing sophisticated and original clothes while aligning itself with a strong ecological manifesto.



Gunia Project is a brand of exceptional things produced on the basis of traditional ethnic cultures. Each collection is a unique combination of design thinking, deep ethnographic research and artistic approach towards craftsmanship.