Yuri Gorbachev. Collection from New York. Painting
Dragomirova St. 14
Price: admission free
Working hours: Mo - Fr: from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sa: from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Su - closed
The personal exhibition of one of the brightest and most original artists Yuri Gorbachev is held in the Art Gallery Nebo until January 25, 2013. The expert of the Auction House Christie's Maria Paffiti called him Russia’s ambassador in the world of art. He created his own unique technique of painting on canvas using gold, bronze, special varnishes and enamels, and having excluded black color from the palette.
Painter’s works are kept in the most prestigious museum collections, including Louvre Museum, the Russian Museum (St. Petersburg), the Kremlin, Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of the United Nations (New York), the National Art Museum of Ukraine (Kyiv), as well as in private collections of many famous people, including former U.S. president Bill Clinton, actors Marcello Mastroianni and Antonio Banderas, musicians Mick Jagger (Rolling Stones), Alla Pugacheva, and many others.
Over thirty master’s works can be seen in Kyiv. Many pictures have already been exhibited in the famous museums of the world and some works are exhibited here for the first time.