Works by some of the best modern Ukrainian artists Arsen Savadov, Oksana Mas, Lina Condes, Ola Rondiak and Roman Zhuk ushered in the charity exhibition project “Independent. Rescue Art”, which was launched in the second half of July at Black Tower Gallery in Miami, Florida.
The curator of the exhibition is Natalia Zabolotna, president of the Humanitarian Development Fund of Ukraine and founder of ART UKRAINE, the leading platform supported by Global Empowerment Mission (GEM) which is actively engaged in Ukraine restoration efforts.
Described as “very bright” and “charismatic,” the exhibition has drawn great public attention and caused quite a stir among well-known U.S. figures. The organizers expect to raise substantial revenue, 50 percent of which will go support Ukrainian refugees and renovate buildings in the city of Bucha – the location of a brutal and unprovoked massacre by Russia’s invading forces earlier this year.
As Ukraine is in the global spotlight and its arts are in great demand, this exhibition is a great opportunity to promote modern Ukrainian culture and draw international attention to restoration efforts in the country, despite the ongoing war.
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