Exhibition "DE NE DE": decommunization processes though the eyes of contemporary artists opens in Kyiv on Jan. 30, 2016.
Art exhibition “DE NE DE” presenting artists view of decommunization processes in Ukraine and its consequences opened at a Ukrainian Institute of Scientific, Technical and Economic Information (“Plate of Lybidska”) in Kyiv on Jan. 29, 2016.
Decommunization laws adopted in May 2015 led to the disturbance of civil society and provoked a wave of active processes aimed to reconsidering ideological cliches and the need for a objective look at historical processes.
Artists have created a series of works that show a wide range of interpreting both the concept of decommunization and the process that accompany it. The exhibition showcases works of over 30 artists from different cities of Ukraine, including those created on the results of work in art residents in Vinnytsia, Sloviansk, Severodonetsk and Mariupol.
The exhibition is open from Jan. 29 – 31, from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 180 Antonovych Street (Ukrainian Institute of Scientific, Technical and Economic Information) in Kyiv.