On Thursday 12th March, 6 – 9pm, Ukrainian artist Daniil Galkin will exhibit the developments of his ongoing research into the ideological underpinnings of public design and architecture.
Working primarily with installation, Ukrainian artist Daniil Galkin looks directly towards the experience of individuals within political systems rife with tension, control and oppression.
In the photography exhibition presented by SomoS Art House in Berlin, Sergey Melnitchenko (b. 1991, Ukraine) shares his series titled “Loneliness Online.” The series is a sociocultural research on pathogenicity in social networks, caused by the psychological effects of isolation. In this solo presentation curated by Anastasia Leonova, Melnitchenko casts a cool gaze on his […]
Sergey Melnitchenko is a rising star of the Ukrainian underground photography community, fearlessly seeking out challenging subjects such as masculinity in Ukraine, the secretive backstage world of showgirls in China, and queer, transgender, and other marginalized identities throughout the world. His deep immersion in these topics allows him to photograph his subjects at their most […]
SomoS Curator-in-Residence Anastasia Leonova is a curator from Kharkiv, Ukraine. She is the founding director and curator of Come In Art Gallery in Kharkiv, Ukraine since its inception in 2014, where she has curated numerous exhibitions focusing on contemporary concerns in fine art by emerging artists across all mediums.
Ukrainian curator Anastasia Leonova cooperated with SomoS during her 2018 curatorial residency, that culminated in a themed group exhibition about Berlin Heterotopias.