Temporary exhibition

Ihor Ivasiv “Apocryph”

Exhibition from the series "Expression of the Imagination"
May 25 - June 21, 2024

Ihor Ivasiv – the artist was born in Lviv in 1966. He works in easel painting and stained glass. The direction of his painting is modern abstract art. He studied at the Lviv State Institute of Applied and Decorative Arts from 1986 to 1991 (now Lviv National Academy of Art). He began his creative career as a student in 1989.
He has participated in many national and international art exhibitions:

  • Participation in the annual auction for the Ukrainian Catholic University, 4 December 2021.
  • Participation in the MozART exhibition dedicated to the works of the eminent composer Franz Xavier Mozart, Lviv, Ukraine, August 2021.
  • Participation in the Auction of the 14th PERELAZ Charity Ball, organised by the Ukrainian Catholic University, 6 June 2021.
  • Personal exhibition ” Apocryph. PLASTIC TRANSFORMATIONS OF IHORA IVASIV”, held at the Lviv Palace of Arts in Lviv, 5 March 2021.
  • Painting exhibition “New Propositions”, Museum of Ethnography and Art, Lviv, 1995.
  • Biennial “Event-91” in Ivano-Frankivsk, 1991.
  • Biennial “Lviv, 91 – Renaissance”, Lviv, 1991.
  • International Student Exhibition in Wrocław, Poland, 1990.
  • Regional art exhibition dedicated to the 175th anniversary of Taras Shevchenko’s birth, Lviv, 1989.
Ihor Ivasiv w szarym swetrze z zamkiem.

Ihor Ivasiv’s modern series of paintings from 2018 to 2022 testifies to the professional responsibility with which the artist treats his next innovation. Each painting in the modern collection of paintings is characterised by an individual painting strategy, has a holistic visual concept and bright colours. Ihor Ivasiv possesses a unique technique of painting virtuoso in the field of expressionism. The artist realises his rich creative potential and fixes his individual aesthetic manifesto in his paintings. He lives and works in Lviv (Ukraine).

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