Creation


During his long career, Anatoly Kryvolap has created a great number of fabulous masterpieces, taken part in numerous exhibitions and won prestigious awards, his paintings have been sold at most respectable auction houses and he himself has been featured in many books. Here you can find more information about the painter`s achievements.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
1992 – Dont gallery, Nuremberg, Germany
1993 – D'art gallery, Toulouse, France
1996 – Kaspari gallery, Furth, Germany
2000 – Modern art center Soviart, Kyiv, Ukraine
2000 – ARTEast gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2001 – Karas Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2002 – Persona gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2003 – Persona gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2004 – Karas Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2004 – ARTEast gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2006 – Center for contemporary art Soviart, Kyiv, Ukraine
2008 – National Museum of Russian Art, Ukraine
2008 – Triptych gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2008 – Karas Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2009 – National Art Museum of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
2010 – Triptych gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2011 – Triptych ART gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2011 – Mystetska Zbirka gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2012 – Central House of Artist (to win the Taras Shevchenko National Prize)
2012 – Mironova Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2013 – Triptych ART gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2014 – National Museum of Russian Art, Kyiv, Ukraine
2014 – Triptych ART gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2015 – Triptych ART gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
1992 – Zhyvopysnyi Zapovidnyk I, Central House of Artist, Kyiv, Ukraine
1993 – Zhyvopysnyi Zapovidnyk II, National Museum of Russian Art, Kyiv, Ukraine
1993 – The Art of Ukraine, Musee des Augustins, Toulouse, France
1993 – Plasticity of Painting, National Art Museum of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
1994 – Ukrainian-French meetings, Obriy gallery, Khust, Ukraine; French Cultural Centre in Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
1994 – Small painting, Exhibition hall of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kyiv, Ukraine
1994 – Kyiv Art Fair–I, Ukrainian House, Kyiv, Ukraine
1995 – Zhyvopysnyi Zapovidnyk III, Ukrainian House, Kyiv, Ukraine
1995 – Art Against Violence, the joint exhibition of Ukrainian and German artists, Kyiv, Ukraine
1996 – Newcomers, National Art Museum of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
1996 – Ukrainian Avant-Garde and Modern Art, Kyiv, Ukraine
1996 – International Art Festival I, Ukrainian House, Kyiv, Ukraine
1996 – Non-narration, National Gallery, Odense, Denmark
1997 – International Art Festival II, Ukrainian House, Kyiv, Ukraine
1997 – Toulouse – Odense – Kyiv with Love, International art festival, Ukraine, Denmark, France

1997 – Lavra city art gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
1997 – Silvashi – Krivolap – Stepanov, Karas Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
1998 – International Spring Salon, the Municipal Palace, Lyon, France
1998 – Nonfigurative painting biennale, International art festival, Kyiv, Ukraine
1998 – XX Century Art, Moscow contemporary fair Art Manege’99, Moscow, Russia
1998 – International Art Festival III, Ukrainian House, Kyiv, Ukraine
1998 – Spectrum und Aspecte der Malerei, Magdeburg, Germany
1998 – International Art Festival IV, Ukrainian House, Kyiv, Ukraine
2000 – International Art Festival V, Museum of Modern Art. Version project, Ukrainian House, Kyiv, Ukraine
2000 – New Directions, Central House of Artist, Kyiv, Ukraine
2001 – Intersection, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria
2002 – Landschaft by Zhyvopysnyi Zapovidnyk, National Art Museum of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
2004 – Farewell to Arms, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine
2005 – Newcomers, National Art Museum of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
2006 – Moscow contemporary fair Art Manege XI, Moscow, Russia
2007 – GOGOLFEST, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine
2007 – Genetics of Colour, project Art Kyiv, Ukrainian House, Kyiv, Ukraine
2007 – Moscow contemporary fair Art Manege XII, Moscow, Russia
2008 – Zhyvopysnyi Zapovidnyk. Version 2008, Bottega gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2009 – Art Vilnius’09 fair, Vilnius, Lithuania
2010 – Armony Arts Week, New York, United States
2010 – Art Palm Beach Miami International, Miami, USA
2010 – Gurzuf seasons, Gurzuf, Ukraine
2010 – Art Kyiv Contemporary 2010, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine
2011 – 20 Years of Presence, Modern Art Research Institute of the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
2011 – Landscape of XXI century, OntoArtGallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2011 – Independent, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine
2011 – Art Kyiv Contemporary 2011, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine
2011 – Velykyi Pereviz. Residence, Kyiv city art gallery Lavra, Kyiv, Ukraine
2012 – Art Kyiv Contemporary 2012, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine
2013 – Terrain Orientation, National Art Museum of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
2013 – Ukrainian painting triennial, the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
2013 – XXI Century Landscape, ArtItalia gallery international project, Donetsk, Ukraine
2013 – Summer Exhibition, Mystetska Zbirka gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2013 – Winter Show, Mystetska Zbirka gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2014 – Family, art project, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine
2014 – Ukrainian landscape, project initiator Karas Gallery, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine
2014 – Vastness of Attraction. Grass, Triptych ART gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2014 – Spring Emotions, Mystetska Zbirka gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine

INTERNATIONAL AUCTIONS
2011 – Christie’s, Post-war and Contemporary Art, London, UK, September
2011 – Phillips, Contemporary Art, London, UK, February
2011 – Phillips, Contemporary Art, London, UK, May
2011 – Phillips, Contemporary Art, London, UK, October
2012 – Bonhams, Contemporary Two, London, UK, March
2012 – Sotheby’s, Russian Art Paintings and Works of Art, Faberge & Icons, London, UK, May
2013 – Phillips, Contemporary Art, London, UK, June
2014 – Phillips, Under the Influence, London, UK, December

UKRAINIAN AUCTIONS
2009 – Golden Section auction house, Ukrainian Contemporary Art, Kyiv, October
2010 – Ducat auction house, Ukrainian Alternative XX, Kyiv, October
2010 – Golden Section auction house, Ukrainian, Russian Art of XX—XXI Centuries, April

2010 – Golden Section auction house, Modern Art, Kyiv, November
2011 – Golden Section auction house, Modern Art, Kyiv, October
2011 – Golden Section auction house, Modern Art, Donetsk, December
2012 – Golden Section auction house, Classic Contemporary Design, Kyiv, November
2012 – Golden Section auction house, Modern Art, Kyiv, April
2012 – Ducat auction house, Ukrainian Alternative XX, Kyiv, April
2012 – Ducat auction house, Ukrainian Alternative XX, Kyiv, October
2013 – Ducat auction house, Communication XXI, Kyiv, June
2014 – Ducat auction house, charity auction to support wounded in ATO soldiers, Kyiv, October
2014 – Mystetskyi Arsenal, Art Saves charity auction, Kyiv, October
2015 – Golden Section auction house, 26 Classic & Contemporary Art, Kyiv, March
2015 – Ducat auction house, Modern Ukrainian Art, Kyiv, February

Meditative Landscape, 2012 – open, 50 artworks
Nostalgia, Ukrainian Motif set, 2000 – open, 50 artworks
Silence, Ukrainian Motif set, 2008 – open, 80 artworks
Lake, Ukrainian Motif set, 2000 – open, 70 artworks
Evening, Ukrainian Motif set, 2000 – open, 70 artworks
The Carpathians, Ukrainian Motif set, 2010 – open, 24 artworks

The Crimea, Ukrainian Motif set, 2005–2012, 35 artworks
Kaniv, Ukrainian Motif set, 2008 – open, 20 artworks
White Space, 2008 – open, 17 artworks
Horse, 2005 – open, 15 artworks
Sinai Coast, 2007–2014, 23 works
Nonfigurative, Abstraction set, 1986–2009, 50 artworks
Structures, Abstraction set, 1993–2009, 90 artworks

PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
National Art Museum of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
Kyiv National Museum of Russian Art, Kyiv, Ukraine
Ministry of Culture of Ukraine, National Union of Artists of Ukraine fund, Kyiv, Ukraine
Contemporary Art Museum, Khmelnitsky, Ukraine
Zaporizhia Art Museum, Zaporizhia, Ukraine

Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria
Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Shinhan Art Hall, Nagano Prefecture, Tokyo, Japan

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
In Ukraine, Austria, Holland, Israel, Spain, Italy, Canada, Germany, Poland, Russia, USA, France, Switzerland and so on

Golden Collection, 2013, 25 artworks
Landscape XXI Century, 2011
Artistic counterpoints, 2000, 25 artworks

Colour Identification, 1998, 23 artworks
Act, 1987 – open, 50 works

2012 – Winner of the Taras Shevchenko National Prize in the nomination Fine Arts for the set Ukrainian Motif.

2011 – Winner of the Person of the Year national award in the nomination Artist of the Year

2013 – Capsule Fashion collection by Oleg Skrypka with prints of Anatoly Kryvolap’s paintings
2014 – Carpathian Landscape by Anatoly Kryvolap decorated MasterCard from UniCredit Bank

2015 – Limited edition set of plates with prints of Anatoly Kryvolap’s paintings launched the Mironova Gallery Collection

2006 – Artistic album Anatoly Kryvolap. Ukrainian Motif. Nostalgia 2000–2005
2008 – Artistic album Anatoly Kryvolap. Ukrainian Motif. Silence 2005–2008
2009 – Artistic album Anatoly Kryvolap. Structures
2012 – Artistic album Anatoly Kryvolap. Landscape

2013 – Monograph by Olesia Avramenko Anatoly Kryvolap`s Pure Color Metaphysics
2015 – Artistic album by Jennifer Kahn Anatoly Kryvolap and the Ukrainian Sublime
2015 – Book by Galyna Sklyarenko Modern Art of Ukraine. Portraits of Painters

«The great Ukrainian history. Anatoly Kryvolap»

Mironova gallery presented collector's edition «The great Ukrainian history. Anatoly Kryvolap » - handmade albums of artist Anatoly Kryvolap masterpieces. April 23, a new art space Mironova Gallery hosted a presentation of the first two albums with the best works formodern classics of Ukrainian school of painting AnatolyKryvolap. Collectible series publisher «The great Ukrainian history. Anatoly Kryvolap » - gallerist Tatiana Mironova. The unique multi-volume edition was created in series «limited edition». Each album assembled by hand, has a collection number and signature of the

Х ART-KYIV Contemporary 2015

This special project is formed from the works, which have been provided for the exhibition by more than 40 largest Ukrainian collectors. The selection of the most iconic works from the private collections will present a cross section of the Ukrainian art of the second half of the 1980s until nowadays. The collectors contribution in the context of preservation of works of art is difficult to overestimate, at the same time their demonstration in the public space remains of considerable significance – the contemplation and understanding of the art works ceases to be a collector’s exclusive

YESTERDAY AND TODAY

YESTERDAY AND TODAY We have no chance to understand our situation today, when we do not reflect the past. We are unable to evaluate the past, when we do not consider our current situation. I am not talking about the social, political and historical development. I am talking about the field of visual arts. In this area‚ Now and Then’ are connected by delicate lines of ideas, dreams and artistic reflections. These artistic intentions are compressed in the visual appearance of artworks. As in most countries of the former communist Eastern Bloc, the visual arts in Ukraine have suffered a

Artistic album by Jennifer Kahn Anatoly Kryvolap and the Ukrainian Sublime

In late January 2015, a new album by the American art critic Jennifer Cahn, Anatoliy Kryvolap and the Ukrainian Sublime, was inaugurated in Kyiv. According to Lidia Lykhach, Director of Rodovid Publishing House, which published the book, this was their first English-language project, dedicated to modern art in Ukraine. Anatoliy Kryvolap and the Ukrainian Sublime is an academic research aimed to prove that modern Ukrainian art is an integral part of the modern world and the quintessence of modern Ukraine,’ explained she. Jennifer Cahn’s acquaintance with Ukrainian art started far back in

Book by Galyna Sklyarenko Modern Art of Ukraine. Portraits of Painters

A new book by Galyna Sklyarenko entitled Modern Art of Ukraine. Portraits of Painters was inaugurated at the 5th Kyiv Book Fair on the 24th of April. The book comprises essays about the most renowned modern Ukrainian painters and is illustrated with photocopies of their artworks. The protagonist of the book is the oeuvre, and the characters are famous Ukrainian painters who have been active over the last decades, including Anatoly Kryvolap, Alexander Royitburd, Maxim Mamsikov, Vlada Ralko and Oleg Tistol. None of these painters has probably been portrayed so accurately and profoundly before.

Meditative Landscape, Solo Exhibition, Triptych ART Gallery, Kyiv, 2015

On 15 April 2015, an exhibition of artworks by the renowned Ukrainian artist Anatoly Kryvolap entitled Meditative Landscape opened at Triptych ART gallery in Kyiv. It displayed works created over the recent years. The artist had always been very passionate about Ukrainian nature, which constantly feeds his imagination with new ideas, colours and textures. Kryvolap pointed out a new colour – dark violet, almost black, sometimes even deeper than black. ‘It happened so, that my recent works were largely dark toned and deep coloured,’ said the painter. He also shared the feeling time has