Winter weekend has some amazing magic. Evenings with a cup of coffee and cinnamon, talking over a glass of ginger mulled wine, visiting your favorite exhibitions or concerts ... Time seems to be slower, you can manage to do everything that you have long dreamed of.
Bosch Chimeras that come alive
This weekend, we recommend visiting a large-scale digital installation based on the work of the unusual Hieronymus Bosch. Of course, there are no sun rays and flowers here, but there are enough terrible chimeras and other mystics here. If you appreciate this amazing largest master of the Northern Renaissance period - this exhibition is created for you.
Cost - 150 hryvnia
When: February 8-10, where - art-cultural complex ARTarea, Sofievskaya street, 11-15
The exhibition is Maria Primachenko. phantasmagoria
To counterbalance the Dutch artist, we offer our native, Ukrainian Maria Primachenko and her phantasmogoric world, of performances in the technique of primitivism. Her paintings hypnotize and conquer at first sight. The uniqueness of this exhibition is that here you can see not only its famous paintings, but also works that are not familiar to the general public.
Cost - fr om 20 hryvnia
When: February 8-10, where is the National Museum of Ukrainian Folk Decorative Art, Lavrskaya Street, 9
This Thursday starts the 69th Berlin International Film Festival, which does not speak only the most lazy film fans. This means that this weekend should be spent in a parallel film universe with the best films. On Friday, you can watch the Face / Snout ribbon (Malgorzata Shumovskaya), [DO NOT TOUCH THE ADIN (Pintoelie).
Cost - fr om 100 hryvnia
When: 7, 8, 9 February, 21:00, wh ere - Kiev, Bolshaya Vasylkivska street, 19
Alexey Gorbunov. Musical Performance Black Box
Charismatic actor Alexei Gorbunov proposes to spend this Sunday, having become acquainted with an interesting musical performance on important topics of life. For the musical accompaniment in the response group Sadness pilot.
Cost - from 200 hryvnia
When: February 9, 19:00, wh ere - Vysotsky Gallery on Vozdvizhenka Street, Vozdvizhenskaya Street, 40
Well, you can find out about the fact that capital museums have been prepared for children and adults in the near future on the CityCard website.