40/40 Anniversary Exhibition

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© Courtesy of the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art (UIMA)
40/40 Anniversary Exhibition

2320 W Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60622
April 15th, 2011 - June 12th, 2011
Opening: April 15th, 2011 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

West Loop/West Town
Wed-Sun 12-4
works on paper, printmaking, ceramics photography, mixed-media, sculpture


The Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art invites art lovers to a 40/40 Exhibition that celebrates the 40th Anniversary of the Institute. This special event will exhibit artwork by 40 renowned modern and contemporary visual artists who have exhibited at the Institute over the past 40 years.
Since 1971, UIMA has mounted over 200 exhibitions including more than 500 visual artists. The art committee had the incredibly difficult task to work through this bounty and select 40 artists. The group presented here is a limited reflection of the diversity reflected in UIMA’s exhibition history, including visual artists from across the globe working in a full range of media, -- ceramics, fiber, painting, mixed media, sculpture, photography, printmaking, and works on paper. An equally complete range of expression is included, from abstraction to representation to conceptually-based work. Present throughout is UIMA’s commitment to show contemporary work in a meaningful context.
40/40 Anniversary exhibition artists are: Rene Arceo, Mike Baur, Tor Dettwiler, Alexandra Diachenko Kochman , Ihor Dmytruk, Oleksandr Dubovyk, Vasily Fedorouk, Stanislav Grezdo, Mike Griffin, Harold Haydon, Ed Hinkley, Jacques Hnizdovsky, Alexander Hunenko, Richard Hunt, Michiko Itatani, Wasyl Kacurovsky, Anton S. Kandinsky, Terrence Karpowicz, Yarko Kobylecky, Peter Kolisnyk, Ron Kostyniuk, Andrij Kowalenko, Alexandra Kowerko, Lialia Kuchma, Paul LaMantia, Volodymyr Makarenko, Robert Mitchell, Konstantin Milonadis, Gladys Nilsson, Jim Nutt, Tom Palazzolo, Aka Pereyma, Corinne D. Peterson, Devonna Pieszak, Yevgeniy Prokopov, Diane Simpson, Laura Strand, Jurij Strutynsky, Mychajlo Urban, and Joseph Welna.

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