Extended exposure "Address: Kiev" from the Museum's collection continues the theme of the previous exhibition devoted to Kiev. The theme of this city is endless. He is praised by poets and writers, he is painted and photographed. For some it's the city of his childhood, for someone – the capital of Ukraine, and someone who admires its long history Kyiv ... Everyone sees differently.
At the exhibition you can see Kiev as see and feel the artists – Elena Yablonskaya, Alexander Pavlov, Anna Fainerman, Ernest Kotkov, Alexander Found, Alex Gabinski, Zoya Orlova, Victor Kozik, Yakim Levich, Oleg Zhivotkov, Yuri Solomko, Love Rapoport.
If one looks closely at the works of authors, we will see a variety of emotions, feelings, joy, sadness, tenderness, delight, affection. We feel the rhythm in which the artists worked. Yes, with real feelings and real emotions, with a special rhythm pattern is written. Viewers only need to come and experience this powerful energy space, a feel for the city, its residents, the mood and inspiration to consider an artistic chronicle of Kiev.