Diverse Ukraine Art Exhibition

General Press Releases Monday June 25, 2018 12:20
กรุงเทพฯ--25 มิ.ย.--

Embassy of Ukraine in the Kingdom of Thailand holds the art exhibition under the theme of "Diverse Ukraine" with the aim of showing a variety of national art and culture through gorgeous artworks, reflecting the uniqueness of provinces in Ukraine.

Ukraine is a country in Europe which is enriched by cultures and kind-hearted people. With its long history from the 9th century, it has unique and various identity. To allow everyone to have a chance to experience and learn art and culture of Ukraine, The Embassy of Ukraine in the Kingdom of Thailand promotes the organization of "Diverse Ukraine" Art Exhibition.

In the exhibition, it is divided into 3 main sections. The first one is the gallery of national costume created by working groups from various profession led by Dominika Dyka, the stylist and creative designer of traditional national costumes. She designs new traditional attire based on evidence from old photographs in order to represent old cultures by using common people as models. These photographs of national costume are the cooperation of photographer team, stylists, makeup artists and promoterss with the passion of Ukraine. They intend to open the world of beauty and unique cultures of the country through fantastic national costumes which are iconic and different based on each province's culture.

The second one is the gallery of "25 Sisters of the Independence" by the sisters, Tetyana and Natalya from Katrychenko family, who create dolls wearing native costumes representing 24 provinces in Ukraine and 1 Autonomous Republic of Crimea. All works had been made from 2015 to 2016. All skills of embroidery were applied to native costumes of each doll and stitches are various. Each doll has its own uniqueness with different histories, representing diversity and attractiveness of traditional cultures for a period of decades in Ukraine.

The last one is the gallery of local costumes for a period of over 100 years, which comes from SpadokEthno Gallery in Ukraine. It is the personal collection of Demkuras family.

The Embassy of Ukraine in the Kingdom of Thailand and The Queen's Gallery would like to invite you to visit "Diverse Ukraine" Art Exhibition in order to learn diverse cultures of Ukraine through art and national cultures. It will be held from May 28 to July 1, 2018, daily open from 10.00-19.00 hrs., except Wednesday, at The Queen's Gallery (Ratchadamnoen klang road ). For more details, please visit www.queengallery.org, http://facebook.com/queengallerybkk/, Tel.02-281-5360


Latest Press Release

Get the best of ALL worlds with our brand new Sunday Brunch

The World restaurant, the place in Bangkok to discover exquisite flavors and exotic cuisine from all corners or the globe, is launching a brand new brunch to be held on the second Sunday of every month. Spanning a 'live', cooked-by-order station, as well...

AXA Insurance Launched AXA Preferred Garage Program to Better Serve Its Car Insurance Customers

AXA Insurance, a leading general insurance provider in Thailand and a part of the Number ONE Global Insurance Brand for the 10th consecutive year1 launched 'AXA Preferred Garage' program, a collection of high-quality garages to better serve its car...

DGA เข้าร่วมงานสัมมนาวิชาการระดับนานาชาติด้าน Digital Transformation ระดับภูมิภาคเอเชีย โดยสถาบัน KIEA ประเทศเกาหลี

สำนักงานพัฒนารัฐบาลดิจิทัล (องค์การมหาชน) สพร. หรือ DGA ได้ร่วมแบ่งปันความรู้และประสบการณ์ทางในงานสัมมนาวิชาการระดับนานาชาติ "International Conference on 4th Industrial Revolution Technologies for National Information Management and Digital...

Malaysia vastly undercounting poverty, says UN rights expert

Malaysia lays claim to the world's lowest national poverty rate by using an unduly low poverty line that does not reflect the cost of living and by excluding vulnerable populations from its official figures, said UN human rights expert Philip Alston at...

UN Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar Calls for Justice for Victims of Sexual and Gender-based Violence

The U.N. Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar said the country's military must stop using sexual and gender-based violence to terrorise and punish ethnic minorities. The Mission said the brutal tactic was still being employed in...

Related Topics