The central place in the exhibition is the painting "Kolovrat", which depicts the millennial history of Ukraine in the form of an allegorical wheel of times, ranging fr om Antiquity to Contempora, from the times of Trypillian and Scythian cultures through the baptism of Kievan Rus in 988 by Volodymyr the Great in the Middle Ages, the Cossack period of struggle for the independence of Ukraine, the New Time in the Russian Empire, the Revolution and the Soviet era - until the proclamation of Ukraine's independence in 1991. But the struggle for independence has continued in the present time in the ATO zone since 2014, bringing a new price for the last millennia. From Kievan Rus to Independent Ukraine - the main leitmotif of work. In the central part - the glorious Hetmans of Ukraine of the Cossack age.
Kovalenko Andriy Fedosyovych - architect, artist, musician. Born in Kiev in 1962, I went to school in Havana, Cuba, graduated from school in Boyarka of Kiev-Svyatoshinsky district, served in the army in Moscow, he obtained higher education in Kyiv. He graduated from KPI and CIBI.
Life and creative way:
From schoolgirl-musician to student-designer, from architect-builder-designer to painter-painter.
Designed and built many private, including religious buildings. In 2004-2006 with the blessing of the Metropolitan of Kiev and All Ukraine Volodymyr was an architect at the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra. He is awarded with honors and honors.
In 2014, according to A. Kovalenko's project in Boyarka, a chapel was built in honor of the holy Prophet John the Baptist.
In the same year, the Boyarsky Regional Museum hosted the Sacral Exhibition of paintings by A. Kovalenko, wh ere the miraculous image of Jesus from the category of icon portraits was presented, later called "Boyarsky Spasom" and transferred to the historic St.Michael Church.
In the chapel of John the Baptist, the artist wrote and handed over the deusing rank of 5 icons on the tree and a graffiti icon with a gilded mosaic.
The works of A. Kovalenko are in museums, temples and private collections of Ukraine and Europe.
When: October 22 - November 22
Where: Spasskaya Street, 16B
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