"Kyiv time". Presentation of the book by Kostyantyn Doroshenko

We invite you to the presentation of the book by Kostyantyn Doroshenko "Kyiv Time".
The collection of essays by Kostyantyn Doroshenko "Kyiv Time" is a reinterpretation of his work since 1995. In portraits of well-known and little-known compatriots, reviews of cultural and social events, and polemical statements, the author analyzes trends in the development of Ukraine. The texts force the reader to think about the direction of the country's movement in recent times, the crystallization of values, on the frontier of protection of which Ukraine stands today. The book is full of little-known information about fates, events, and personalities, appeals in an accessible form to the leading philosophical and political currents of our time, and affirms the understanding of the subjectivity of Ukraine, its historical affiliation to European civilization, and its sensitivity to freedom and democracy. A portrait of Kostyantyn Doroshenko by Serhiy Maidukov was used in the design of the book cover.


Participants of the event:
Kostyantyn Doroshenko is a critic and curator of contemporary art, author and host of the "Culture of Everything" podcast on "Ukrainska Pravda", invited expert of the Research Platform of the PinchukArtCentre, extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of the Republic of Uzupis among art critics of the world.
Anetta Antonenko is the founder of "Annetta Antonenko Publishers", in 2014 she was included in the rating of "Top 100 people of culture" of "NV" magazine, knight of the Order of Arts and Literature of the French Republic.
Oleksandr Doniy is the head of the Center for the Study of Political Values, the head of the art association "The Last Barricade", and the author of the concept "25 steps to social happiness".
Mykhailo Alekseenko is an artist, curator, winner of the MUHi 2017 prize (young Ukrainian artists), winner of the main M17 Sculpture Prize (2020), and the PinchukArtCentre Prize 2022.
The presentation will be moderated by Ksenia Malykh, art critic, head of the PinchukArtCentre Research Platform, and co-curator of the Russian War Crimes exhibition.
The event will take place on Friday, October 20 at 17:00 in the exhibition space on the 2nd floor of PinchukArtCentre.Participation is free with prior registration: