On the support of Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation in London was held exhibition of Ukrainian photo artist Larysa Polishchuk – "Secrets"

02 July 2012, 12:35

On June, 8th – July,1st on the support of Arseniy Yatsenyuk Foundation in London was held exhibition of Ukrainian photo artist Larysa Polishchuk – "Secrets". The exhibition was held within the festival "Euro Cup Festival", which was presenting art of different countries during the Football Championship Cup "EURO 2012".

The festival "Euro Cup Festival" was held in cultural complex Rich Mix. The main idea of the festival was to present ethnic and modern culture of different countries and also the art of the Eastern European countries. The special attention was paid to Ukraine and Poland as they hosted UEFA EURO 2012.

The Ukrainian young art was presented photo artist Larysa Polishchuk (Rusina) with exhibition "Secrets". The organizers noted that Larysa matched all criteria of the art part of festival in the best way: she presents photo and has experience in the participation in a number of important projects and exhibitions. It was first photo artist’s composition in London and also this was the first composition of young Ukrainian photographer in the category – contemporary photo within the framework of the festival.

The project of Larysa Polishchuk "Secrets" represents women’s vision of the sense of things, however it is not feministic and doesn’t promotes certain ideology or limitations in sensation. It tells about values, feelings, complicated thoughts and their simple sighting, understandable for the audience of different nationality, age, gender, experience. The originality of the project left nobody indifferent and caused sincere admiration of author’s technique, topics and the way of  their embodiment.

The support of young artists is the program activity of Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation. Within the "Cultural horizons" Program in 2011 Foundation gave 10 travel grants to Ukrainian artist for participation in international festivals, exhibitions, contests and in presentation of cultural achievements of modern Ukraine.