M17 International Art Collectors' Forum

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Welcome to the M17 International Art Collectors' Forum!

01 July 21

Welcome to the M17 International Art Collectors' Forum!

M17 International Art Collectors’ Forum is a forum organized by the M17 Contemporary Art Center and the Ukrainian Club of Contemporary Art Collectors in partnership with the Modern Art Research Institute of the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine and as part of the project An Open Opportunity: Ukrainian Contemporary Art from Private Collections.

The Forum will be held at the M17 CAC from July 7 to 10, 2021.

The aim of the M17 International Art Collectors' Forum is to enhance the processes of collecting and art criticism in Ukraine by developing a comfortable communication platform for the exchange of successful cases between international and local art experts, opinion leaders, collectors, and specialists in the related fields.

Specialists from the USA, UK, Italy, France, Belgium, and other countries of the world are invited to participate.

For a detailed program and more information please see https://m17.kiev.ua/exhibition/m17-international-art-collectors-forum/

Forum is held off-line, the live broadcasts from abroad at the premises of the M17 exhibition center only.

Entrance to the Forum upon purchasing a ticket to enter the exhibition http://m17tickets.com.ua/mtickets/?id=34

Representatives of cultural institutions and members of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine have the right to attend the Forum free of charge, upon prior registration: https://nethunt.com/web-forms/ltl-txlq Please note that spaces are limited!


An Open Opportunity

May 20 – July 25, 2021

For the first time, the collector's exhibition covers a time span from the end of the 1950s to the beginning of the decade of this century, up to the 2010s. In addition, the exhibition brings together in one space different artistic movements: works of many participants of this exhibition were selected by the expert committee of the Centre Pompidou, and received as a gift from Ukrainian collectors for inclusion in the permanent collection of the museum - 164 works are now in Paris.