The largest exhibition ever held about Holodomor opens in Kyiv
It consists of over 250 original artworks
The "Holodomor: Through The Eyes of Ukrainian Artists" exhibition opened at the Ukrainian House in Kyiv.
According to a press-release of the Exhibition Subcommittee of the International Holodomor Committee (IHC), forwarded to UNIAN, it consists of over 250 original artworks by outstanding Ukrainian artists which show in a very moving, compelling and visual way all aspects of this tragedy against the Ukrainian people.
The exhibition consists of artworks assembled over the past 12 years in Ukraine and is the largest exhibition of artworks ever held about the Holodomor.
The exhibition opened on Tuesday, Nov 18th and will close on Sunday, Nov 30th. There are several other Holodomor historical, informational and dramatic exhibitions now at the Ukrainian House including those from the Ukrainian Institute of Memory, Ukraine 3000 Foundation, SBU, Ukrainian State Archives, and the Ministry of Culture.
All of the exhibitions together comprise the largest exhibition ever held to commemorate the millions of victims of the Holodomor and to remind one about the political system and the government leaders that caused millions to die....and nobody wanted to die.
Donors to the "Holodomor: Through The Eyes of Ukrainian Artists" Collection and Exhibitions since year 2000 have included the Bahriany Foundation, Michael and Natasha Bleyzer, Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak, Dr. Zenia Chernyk, DAAR Foundation, Eugenia Dallas, Orest Deychakiwsky, Yuri Deychakiwsky, David Holpert, Kyiv-Atlantic, ODUM-Minneapolis, Michael Sarkesian, SigmaBleyzer, David and Tamara Sweere, John Swift, Swift Foundation, Ukrainian Federation of America (UFA), Ukrainian Ministry of Culture, Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA, Bohdan Vitvitsky, Morgan Williams, WJ Agricultural Group, Alex and Helen Woskob, and The Woskob Foundation.