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The goal of the European artists exchange of the District County of Upper Bavaria is to consolidate the cultural relations between countries of the european community by a partnership and to enrich the regional as well as the upper bavarian cultural scene.
The artist exchange with the YermilovCenter in Kharkiv start in September, 2019. One artist each from the Ukraine and from Upper Bavaria are living and working for each 1 month in the respective partner country.
16 September bis 16 October, 2019
Artist-in-residence of the artist from Upper Bavaria in Kharkiv
Artist-in-residence of th artist from the Ukraine in Freising
24 March, 2019: Residence Europa
The YermilovCenter was represented on the symposium by the director Nataliia Ivanova and the curator Olena Kasperovych.
Established in March 2012, YermilovCentre is currently one of the largest and most dynamic centres of contemporary art in Ukraine. The Centre is located in the main building of Karazin Kharkiv National University.The centre interior space design project was created by Kharkiv designers Ihor Ostapenko, Inna Pedan,
Andrii Hvorostyanov. The 1500 sq.m. multilayer two-floor space of the centre provides unique opportunities for creating and presenting art projects.
The mission of the YermilovCentre is a promotion of contemporary art, creating the space and opportunities for communication and interaction among artists, critics, curators, and researchers. It develops Ukrainian art environment and international cooperation, shapes understanding of contemporary art as a prerequisite to develop civil society.
YermilovCentre today is a laboratory for young authors working in contemporary art and culture. The priorities of the institution are international cooperation and cross-cultural dialogue.
Program of residency
The Centre houses residence programme works as a platform for international cultural exchange and is oriented on research art residencies. Centre provides a unique point of access to Kharkiv’s rich, multifaceted –and largely unknownvisual arts’ culture. Also participants can touch to science and educational part of city life thanks to close collaboration with the Karazin University.
In 2019 residence of YermilovCentre will take part artists from Poland, Lithuania, Great Britain.
Opening hours Exhibitions
Tue - Sat 2 - 7 pm
Sun + holidays 10 am - 7 pm
Tue - Sat 2 - 6 pm
Sun + holidays 10 am - 6 pm
Opening hours Café Botanika
For opening hours, information and events please have a look on the website of the café: cafe-botanika.de
Am Schafhof 1
The exhibition spaces and the café are accessible to the disabled. The entry to the exhibitions is free.
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