Pérez-Llorca and ALTA DIAGONAL are hosting an exhibition of Ukrainian art from 16 January to 10 February. The exhibition, which can be seen in the ALTA DIAGONAL building, brings together a selection of 23 works by five Ukrainian artists: Mykola Kornilov, Valeriy Podvezko, Tetiana Cherevan, Anna Tiseyko and Andríi Antonovskyi. The exhibition is co-organised with the Asociación Con Ucrania and is located at ALTA DIAGONAL, where the firm’s Barcelona office is located. This exhibition of Ukrainian art is a continuation of the one held last September by Pérez-Llorca at its offices in Madrid, also in collaboration with the Asociación Con Ucrania.
During the tour of the 14 panels spread over 35 square metres of exhibition space, visitors will find paintings of various themes and styles: landscapes, places, world views and abstract art. The exhibition includes different painting techniques -watercolour, oil painting, gouache and acrylic on canvas- and the paintings are presented in various sizes, from 20 x 25 cm to 140 x 95 cm.
With this exhibition, the ALTA DIAGONAL building opens its doors to culture, bringing art and design closer to the general public through exhibitions and events with a strong cultural connection. It also seeks to support new artists by providing them with a space where they can showcase their work and creativity.
This exhibition of Ukrainian artists promoted by Pérez-Llorca is the result of the law firm’s collaboration with the Asociación Con Ucrania. The firm has been cooperating with the organisation for several months by providing pro bono legal advice to displaced persons and Ukrainian entities in our country.
The opening ceremony took place yesterday and was chaired by Olexandr Dzoma, Consul of Ukraine in Barcelona, Liliya Mykolayiv, President of the Asociación Con Ucrania, Gerard Serra, managing partner of Pérez-Llorca’s Barcelona office, and Isabel Jiménez, CSR director of Pérez-Llorca. Exhibiting artists Andríi Antonovskyi, Mykola Kornilov and Anna Tiseyko also attended the opening.
The paintings will be on sale and the artists will donate 10% of the proceeds to the Asociación Con Ucrania, an organisation made up of volunteers, mostly Ukrainians, living and residing in different parts of Spain.
EXHIBITION OF UKRAINIAN ART IN ALTA DIAGONAL