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THEMATIC PHOTOS

Dmytro Dobrovolsky

16.08.2011 - 16.09.2011

Tallinn, Kaarli pst. 8

Dmytro Dobrovolsky was born in 1968 in Kyiv, Ukraine. Upon graduation from The College of Art and Design in 1988 he commenced his studies at the National Academy of Fine Arts from where he graduated in 1994. Dobrovolsky is a member of the Ukrainian National Union of Artists and since his graduation he has participated in numerous Ukranian and international exhibitions. His paintings are presented in private and museum collections in the Ukraine, the UK, the USA, Germany, the Netherlands, Israel, Russia and Estonia, just to name a few. Traveling is an essential part of Dmytro Dobrovolsky's search for inspiration. Each new place gives him new ideas, new colours, new shapes, new moods and a different outlook.

DOB April 1968

Nationality Ukrainian

Education
1988 - 1994 National Academy of Fine Arts, UKRAINE
1988 Graduation from the college of Art and Design, UKRAINE

Selected Solo Exhibitions
2008
2007 ‘Catching Light’, EE Fine Art, Cambridge, UK
Ukrainian Cultural Centre, Moscow, RUSSIA
2007 The Orangery Gallery, Holland Park, London, UK
2006 Triptich Gallery, Kyiv, UKRAINE
2004 Ice House Gallery, London, UK
2002
‘Ñityscape Melodies’,Leighton House Museum , London, UK
2000 Sunlight from the Kiev hills, Leighton House Museum , London, UK
1997 ‘UKU’ London, UK
1995 Or Gallery, Kyiv, UKRAINE
1994 Slavutich Gallery, Kyiv, UKRAINE


Selected Group Exhibitions
2005 Ukrainian Book & Publishing Museum, Lavra, Kyiv, UKRIANE
2003 Krimskiy val Art Festival, Moscow, RUSSIA
2000 V International Art Festival, Kyiv, UKRAINE
1999 Azerbaijan Cultural Centre, London, UK
1998
1996
1996 Sunny Wind National Museum, Kyiv, UKRAINE
International Art Festival, Kyiv, UKRIANE
‘Fifth Anniversary of Ukrainian Independence Exhibitions’, New-York, USA
1994
1994 ‘Wind from Ukraine,’ EBRD London, UK
‘Young Kyiv Artists’, Ukrainian House, Kyiv, UKRAINE


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