In Tokyo, the National Art Museum hosts an exhibition of the Japanese Art Association "Nika”, In which Ukrainian artists will present their work. The project involves Matvey Vaysberg, Olesya Juraeva, Zoya Skoropadenko, Bogdan Soroka, Oksana Stratiychuk and Alexander Susa.
Oksana Stratiychuk was born in 1968 in Kiev. Graduated from Kiev State Art Institute, graphic department, free graphic workshop. Member of numerous exhibitions.
Bogdan Soroka (1940 - 2015) graduated from the Lviv State Institute of Applied and Decorative Arts. He created graphic illustrations for the works of Lesya Ukrainka, Roman Ivanichuk, Vasily Stefanik, Taras Shevchenko, Ivan Koshelyvets.
Zoya Skoropadenko was born in Krivoy Rog, graduated from the Faculty of Journalism of Ivan Franko University in Lviv. Since the late 1990s, lives and works in Monaco. Local authorities assigned her the status of an official artist-painter of the Principality.
Olesya Juraeva was born in 1982 in Dushanbe. She studied at the Kiev State Institute of Decorative and Applied Arts and Design. He works with various graphic techniques - etching, linocut, mezzo tinto, pastel. Juraeva's works are part of the public collections of Brazil, Italy, Portugal, Romania, the USA and Ukraine.
Matvey Weisberg was born in 1958 in Kiev. He graduated from art school. Shevchenko, Kiev Printing Institute. He created illustrations for the works of Sholom Aleichem, Bagritsky, Kanovich, Ortega-i-Gasset, Jung, Kierkegaard, Dostoevsky. Since 1989, participates in numerous exhibitions in different countries of the world. Held more than 30 solo exhibitions in museums and galleries in the world.