“Imagine Ukraine” — an ambitious art project addressing the audience of north-western Europe and, in particular, the European Parliament, to educate about Ukraine through contemporary art
“Imagine Ukraine” project is launched through three exhibitions, starting from the works of Ukrainian artists in the collection of the Flemish Community, presented at M HKA, BOZAR, and the European Parliament, said the organizers on the project’s website. “Imagine Ukraine” wants to open a space to look beyond the present horror to a possible shared future. These are the starting points for the reflective space about the past, present, and future of Ukraine as a part of Europe.
The exhibitions will be furthered by reflective materials on Ukraine, brought together by the PinchukArtCentre, and by a series of events. Together with the artistic proposals, this creates a reflective platform also represented in a website (http://imagineukraine.ensembles.org/). This space will be expanded through lectures, debates, film screenings, and other activities, by each of the partners, both in the European Parliament, in BOZAR, and M HKA. The program will be announced on the website. The website will be in English, Dutch, French, and Ukrainian.
Imagine Ukraine was initiated by PinchukArtCentre and M HKA and developed with immediate participation by BOZAR and the European Parliament. It takes place in collaboration with the European Parliament, in partnership with the Office of the President of Ukraine, and became possible thanks to the support of the Flemish Community.