The most anticipated novelties of the “Book Arsenal 2018”
Ukraine in Vogue, photo album Vogue UA
In March 2018 Vogue UA magazine celebrated its 5th anniversary. Vogue UA team specially prepared a photo album for this event. It included the history of the magazine, collected in the best frames and memoirs of the editorial board. The photo album contains shooting for 2013-2018 in seven sections: covers, a new wave (new names that appeared due to Ukrainian Vogue), locations, art, color, romance and men. At the same time, Ukraine in Vogue is an honest diary about the life of Ukrainian Vogue, where the editors themselves recall successful and complex talks, interesting glides, surveys on the other side of the world, difficult interviews – and share the joy that they experience when they release a new issue.
On the cover of Ukraine in Vogue – one of the most popular Ukrainian models of Jan Godny: this is a shot from the filming of British photographer Phil Pointer, which was held in March 2016 in the interiors of the National Academy of Art and Architecture. Album Ukraine in Vogue is published in English.
“Pass krіz stіni”, memoirs of Marina Abramovich
Memoirs of Marina Abramovich “Pass kriz stіni” for the first time will be presented in the Ukrainian translation. The memoir of the modern performance star is published by the publishing house ArtHuss, which specializes in books about art.
In English, the book Walk through walls was published in late 2016. This is a story about the life of the artist from the first person: about childhood in post-war Yugoslavia, about how when Marina was 14, her father organized her painting lessons with Serbian artist Filo Phillipovich, and it was her first immersion in art, about how the young Marina Abramovich left her home in search of freedom, about a 20-year relationship with the artist Ulay, about traveling around the world, and of course, hundreds of performances in which Marina Abramovich explores the possibilities of the human body and pushes the boundaries of reality. The presentation will be held on May 25 in the framework of Kyiv Art Week in the Toronto-Kyiv complex.
«My Museum. Write me and I “
«My Museum. Write malyu and virizai – another original and daring idea from the publishing house “Osnovy” Dana Pavlychko. This is the first interactive book on Ukrainian art – in fact, a workbook created on the basis of the collection of the National Art Museum. “It’s much more interesting to be a researcher than to just read the stories in the book,” says art director of the publishing house Anna Kopylova. – Therefore, we collected in our notebook a lot of tasks and exercises. Performing them, children learn about the main genres of painting, artistic styles, tools that artists use, and also try to create a poster, graphic drawing, portrait on their own. “To create the notebook, 52 illustrations were used – these are reproductions of paintings, icons and sculptures that are in The book is presented at the “Book Arsenal” on May 31.