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March 1, 2012, 10:19 p.m. | Museums — by Anastasia Forina


Anastasia Forina

Bioamorphic realism. New experimental paintings by Oksana Mas. Mironova gallery. 6 Olgynska St. Through March 21. Free Yin. Ukrainian modern female art exhibition – from psychedelic paintings by Valeria Trubina to small and exquisite ones by Olena Blank. M17 Contemporary Art Center. 102-104 Gorkogo St. 596-20-30. March 6-18. Free

Immigration to Cuba
. Perception of Cuba in four colors (white, blue, red, green). Paintings by Yuri Ermolenko. Tsekh gallery. 69 Frunze St. 591-13-69. Through March 23. Free

More than enough
. Hand-made dolls by Ukrainian artist Oleg Pedan and paintings by Belarusian modern painter Anna Silivonchik. Parsuna gallery. 43 Khoryva St. 425-24-15. Through March 17. Hr 10

Cities of the world. City landscapes by Ukrainian modern artists Kryvolap, Lebedynets, Malyna, Deysun, Nepiypiva, Vakulenko, Demtsu and others. Mystetska zbirka gallery. 13, Tereshchenkivska Str. (entrance archway). 234-14-27. Through March 4. Hr 10

Contemporary urban life. Black and white photos by American photographer Jason Langer. Brucie collections gallery. 55-b Artema St. 353-12-34. Through March 14. Free

February 30. Venice landscapes and animalistic paintings by Yuri Vakulenko. Kyiv Fine Art Gallery. 5 Darvina St. 490-58-58. Through April 28. Free admission

Modern interpretation of freedom in art. Paintings by Volodymyr Bovkun. National Art Museum of Ukraine. 6 Hrushevskogo St. 278-13-57. Through March 18. Hr 20, Hr 5 for kids and pensioners

. Abstract paintings by Lviv artist Vasyl Bazhai. Bottega gallery. 22-b Mykhailivska St. 279-53-53. Through March 20. Free

Holiday romance
. Paintings and drawings by the best representatives of Ukrainian school of art Aivazovskyi, Voloshyn, Bernadskyi, Zakharov, Stoliarenko. Museum of Modern Art of Ukraine. 17 Hlybochytska St. 201-49-45. Through March 25. Hr 15. Hr 5 for students and pensioners. Free for kids under 16
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