Ukrainian-born fine artists at London Biennale, 20-25-01-2015

January 7, 2015 • Cultural, Past Events • Views: 3452

biennale 2015WHEN:

January 20-25 2015


Chelsea Old Town Hall, Kings Road, Kensington and Chelsea, SW3 5EE London

Official opening hours :

Tuesday, 20.01.2015,  6:30pm – Private view by invitations only
Wednesday – Saturday, 21-24.01.2015,  10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday, 25.01.2015, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

The honourable member of London Biennale 2015 is  Mr. Jose van Roy Dali ,the  son of greatest painter Salvador Dali.




Sergej Ovcharuk, Ukrainian-born artist presents two art works, which were selected by London Biennale committee for an exhibition
Cello solo 2014 , 70x70cm, oil,canvas,p.knife
One day in Norway 2014, 60x70cm , oil,canvas ,p.knife


Sergej’s website:


ROMAN OPALINSKI was born in Grodek near Lviv, where the East meets the West. Stunning landscapes surrounding the artist from the youngest years moulded his sensibility to natural beauty and led to a well-grounded conviction about necessity to live in harmony with nature. Growing up in between different cultures the artist was inspired both by aesthetics of eastern icons and French impressionists. The way he creates his works reflects the impact of Old Russian icons, Ukrainian folk art, Picasso, Malewicz, and other precursors of impressionism.

He graduated from the Lviv State Institute of Applied and Decorative Art (presently Lviv Academy of Arts) – the Faculty of Art Glass. He has always searched for several means of expression by combining passions such as painting, sculpture, and metal work.

Likewise many artists witnessing fall of the Communist regime he benefited from the fact that his works could develop after Ukraine gained independence allowing him to participate in national and international exhibitions, such as: „Autumn Salons” and “The Arts of Free World” (Lviv), “Art – Ambassador of Freedom and Democracy” (Kyiv), international open-air in Poland, exhibitions in Germany, Netherlands, France, Slovakia and Switzerland.
Roman creates unique works on wood, inspired by old orthodox icons, Ukrainian folk art, Picasso, Malewicz and other precursors of impressionism. Selected for the Chianciano Art Museum, the London Art Biennale and has exhibited in Ukraine, Poland, Germany, Netherlands, France, Slovakia and Switzerland. Roman Opalinski won second price at the Chianciano Art Biennale as well as awards all over the world for his art.
Two art works presented at the London Biennale:
“Red Window”
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