Mironova Gallery, Kiev

Mironova Gallery was founded in 2003. Over the years of working on Ukrainian art-scene the gallery became an influential place of discussion and civil awareness for the importance of a lively and controversial artistic debate. With participations at international fairs and at exhibitions, the gallery is among the very few institutions to introduce Ukrainian art into the global field and international dialogue.

Established artists

Since the very beginning the gallery has worked continuously with artists from the first generation after the break up of the USSR. With the vote for independence at the referendum in December 1991 the Ukrainian art scene embarked on the development of post-soviet aesthetics and overcoming of social realism. The gallery contributed with its long and continuous exhibition program significantly to such important changes and gave voice to influential artists as Arsen Savadov, Anatoly Kryvolap, Oksana Mas, Oleg Kulik and the Recycle Group, among many others.

Young generation artists

In 2013 the gallery was relaunched. The efforts to create a lively debate about aestetics and the political dimension of art for a democratic society, have been continued over concentrating on a new promising generation of artists, among them Sergey Melnitchenko, Roman Mikhaylov, Elena Dombrovsky, Sergey Zapadnya, Bogdan Tomashevskiy, Artem Volokitin, etc.The gallery also presents young Ukrainian artists at international art fairs and art projects all over the world.

The story continues and moves on to the next thrilling chapter.

Roman Mikhaylov
No Game, No Hero
2018, Object, video game
Roman Mikhaylov
From series Imprints of Reality
2018, Object, paper, 130 х 170 cm
Elena Dombrovska
Shape of Light
2017, Graphite on canvas, 145 x 300 cm
Sergey Melnitchenko
From series Behind the scene
2016, Pigment print on self-adhesive film, matte lamination, mounting on ACP (Dibond), 148 x 100 cm
Artem Volokitin
Public Garden
2018, Oil on canvas, 200 x 160 cm.
Artem Volokitin
Public Garden
2018, Oil on canvas, 140 x 200 cm.