Exhibition open 10-4pm Wed – Sat (except Friday after 1pm.)
NOTE : There will be a talk given by the curator Vera Stadon on Wed 13th Sept 6 – 8.30pm . All Art Lovers welcome Free Entry
Art exhibition organised by a charitable organization “INFO ART FRONTIER UA”,
Ukrainian Art Frontier CIC in collaboration with Ukrainian artists and the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine introduce Ukrainian rich history and culture and show our spirit to the international community.
Ukrainian Art Frontier CIC proud to present to you few original art of Roman Bonchuk
The art of Roman Bonchuk that confronts the challenges of war inspires and motivates, convinces and affirms in the opinion that our victory is only a matter of time.
The clarity and closeness of the plots is what distinguishes the work of Roman Bonchuk. Living in a constant information flow, our consciousness quickly identifies images that instantly become massive.
The artist often in his works refers to recognized masterpieces of world art. He also uses satire and irony to convey all the absurdity of the current circumstances. Thus, he not only affirms the idea that it is necessary to win by smiling at enemies in the face, but also connects his work contextually with the Ukrainian tradition. After all, humor has always been our national sign and a way of spiritual affirmation and self-defense.
In the time of the war art becomes artfrontire and Roman Bonchuk helps the army literally. Many of his works on social, political and historical topics have been exhibited in separate projects in USA, Europe and UK. Many of them are sold at auctions and exhibitions for charitable purposes.
Ukrainian Art Frontier CIC proud to present to you few original photos of Ruslan Ganushchak.
Filmmaker, journalist, photographer, Ruslan Ganushchak was born in picturesque Carpathian city of Ivano-Frankivsk. His love for his country and its people is expressed in illuminating documentaries and TV series he created over the years travelling.
Since 2014 Ruslan has shifted his focus to documenting events that changed our country and defined its path into the future. He started documenting Maidan and the fight for freedom that followed. Over the following years, through his work, the defenders of freedom of the Azov Regiment became his second family, his brotherhood. During the current invasion, Ruslan has been embracing the tasks faced by Ukrainian press members to document events in Irpin, Bucha, Kyiv, Chernihiv, in the southern and eastern regions.
Amongst his praised documentaries, Ruslan’s well-known titles are Maidan, Two days in Illovaisk, Shirokino, Brother for Brother. Driven by history of his own family, stories of his father that mined coal in a soviet labour camp, Ruslan is also a first generation free-born Ukrainian.
For more information, please contact
Vera Stadon 07886894614
If traveling some distance to see the exhibition it is advisable to call the gallery to check opening times as they do have the occasional workshop or conference from time to time. 01823 337 477
September 13, 2023 - September 30, 2023
10:00 am - 4:00 pm