31.10.2015 - 22.11.2015


Natalya Rusetska’s creation is the search for true sanctity; it is what always remains vivid, what cannot annoy, what cannot be denied. This sanctity cannot remain unnoticed because it does not kick up a row, does not make a noise, does not scream but becomes etched into the soul of everyone who will have observed it by the power of simple truth, peace and calmness what is indeed indispensable food for soul.

29.09.2015 - 25.10.2015

Lyuba Yatskiv. Big Harmony

Lyuba Yatskiv’s icon painting always impressed by its persuasiveness. By not only matter persuasiveness, but also persuasiveness of plastic language and color gamma. If it is possible to talk about harmony in the context of contemporary art, then Lyuba’s works can be considered as its the most appropriate sample.

14.07.2015 - 30.08.2015

Oleg Denysenko “Shadows…”

Oleg Denysenko’s artworks present the image of Man, not in the traditional sense, but in the modern. They play a special role – creating a kind of carcass, spatial foundation around which unfolds complex plastic story full of many details and numerical attributes.

09.06.2015 - 05.07.2015

Oleksandr Bryndikov “Woodcut”

Popular Christian themes - icons of St. Nicholas, St. George, St. Paraskeva, Intercession of the Virgin, the Archangel Michael, etc. were reproduced by folk artists with simple forms, generously decorated. It seems like nothing more than the line and the spot, but, actually, limitations of the means of expression make gravure the perfect image itself.

22.04.2015 - 10.05.2015

Образ перемоги

Saint George is one of the most popular saints in Ukraine, and patron saint of Lviv, whose spiritual strength and care protects us in times of historical upheavals. This time Gallery offers contemporary vision of Victorious Saint by more than twenty artists working in different techniques and styles - in addition to traditional icons on board and on glass, we will have a chance to see images of St. George in paintings, engravings on wooden board, graphics, ceramics, artistic weaving and mixed techniques.

20.03.2015 - 24.04.2015

Iconart: Visions of a World Unseen, Contemporary Sacred Art from Ukraine in New York

The Ukrainian Institute of America is pleased to announce a group exhibition of 18 artists from Ukraine, “Iconart: Visions of a World Unseen”. Organized in cooperation with Iconart Gallery of Contemporary Sacred Art, located in Lviv, Ukraine, the exhibition draws from the work of Ukrainian artists associated with the Gallery. Independently working in different media, the artists focus on spiritual and religious concerns within the contemporary cultural context in which they live.

10.02.2015 - 08.03.2015

Yaroslava Tkachuk "Myrrhbearers"

Biblical women - Myrrhbearers are a symbol of resilience and fortitude of faith. They carried his great faith, unwavering loyalty, compassion, mercy and love. The word Myrrh In Ukrainian consonant to the word Peace – Myronosytsi - Myrrhbearers - women who bring a peace - a world without war, and associated with a woman who creates peace and gives life. For centuries, woman, mother, grandmother, sister, sweetheart is symbol of caring, dedication, compassion and kindness.

17.12.2014 - 20.01.2015

"Red icons" - images on glass from Hutsul and Pokuttia regions from the collection of Ostap Lozynsky

Ostap Lozynskyy is primarily known as an artist and initiator and participant of many significant art events. However collectibles is also one of the bright sides of his personality. The entire collection was assembled by him recently and has about 40 unique Hutsul and Pokuttya images.

18.11.2014 - 14.12.2014

Ivanka Krypyakevych-Dymyd “QUIET LIGHT”

Five squares are representing the figures of poets, artists, soldiers, musicians and priests who have passed the Apocalypse of tests by their lives on the Ukrainian soil. Some of them I knew personally: Fr. Ivan Hrenyoh, Ivan Svitlychny, Zenoviy Krasivskyi, Fr. Artemiy Tsehelskyi (my grandfather). These people continue to shine and to give witness through the distance of time. This is soft light of the Presence: YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

21.10.2014 - 16.11.2014


During the Anaphora of the Divine Liturgy of Saint John Chrysostom, in response of the priest commemorating saints of the Heavenly Church and living hierarchs of the Earthly Church, community of faithful is concluding his prayer with words: And of All Mankind (in Cyrillic – I Vsich I Vse (of EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING). To some extent, self-criticism of the Church is appeared in this expression, because the Church is conscious that the sacrifice of Christ was made not only for the merits of all the saints, but primarily for the redemption of sins of every person.

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