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Increment By Adrienne Kochman
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"Increment" catalogue, Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art
The New UnNatural By Robin Dluzen
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The New UnNatural, curated by Robin Dluzen and Mary Lou Zelazny
Borders By Natalie Domchenko
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Catalogue for exhibition "Borders," produced by the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago, IL. 2018.
Ukrainian Contemporary Graphics By Kateryna Pidhanya
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Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art catalogue for exhibition "Contemporary Ukrainian Graphics at the Turn of the XX/XXI Century"
LIONS: Founding Years of UIMA in Chicago By Adrienne Kochman et al.
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LIONS: Founding Years of UIMA in Chicago exhibition catalogue Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art 2018
Reinterpreting Religion By Lauren Leving
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Reinterpreting Religion catalogue, Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art
Martin Hurtig: A Retrospective By Corey Postiglione
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Exhibition catalogue for "Martin Hurtig: A Retrospective," at the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art.
Nothing Is Ours But Time By Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art
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The act of painting is an attempt to capture a moment, to preserve a gesture or an image in a suspension of pigment and oil. The artists in “Nothing is Ours But Time” use painting as a... More > way to mark time and to contain it. Their work is anxiously focused on capturing fleeting everyday moments.< Less
A is for Artist By Adrienne Kochman et al.
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A is for Artist exhibition catalogue. Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, October 6-November 26, 2017.
Domestic Disturbances By Stanislav Grezdo et al.
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“Domestic Disturbances” is an exhibition of work relating to the home within the context of the human condition and how our lives are reflected in what we call home. Issues represented in... More > the artists work deal with what constitutes a home and how homes reflect our lives, outwardly and psychologically. Homes have such a deep connection to our identity and it is where our most intimate moments play out, for better and for worse. Artists in the exhibition:Alberto Aguilar, Robert Burnier, Lily Dithrich, Victoria Fuller, Alyssa Miserendino, Alison Ruttan. Curated by Victoria Fuller< Less