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SIP (Shelter Imaginary Point): PROTECTIVE FLOWERS

Dear All,
We invite you to take part in the International Art Project SIP (Shelter Imaginary Point): PROTECTIVE FLOWERS.

This project of art group "Strontium-90" is devoted to 25 anniversary of the Chernobyl’s catastrophe, which will be marked on April 26, 2011. The mission of Art Project SIP is to reminder on the fateful consequences of the Chernobyl’s nuclear power-station. Not only Ukraine, Belarus and Russia suffered in 1986. The nuclear fallout were registered in Europe and in many other countries of the world.

We talk not only about nuclear safety, but also about all complex of ecological problems: change of climate and danger of climatic catastrophe, global warming, elimination of forests, thoughtless consumption of natural resources, interrelation between a person and machine, and on a humanity and modern technologies.

In the new millennium the problem of technological safety is yet more actual. Humanity can avoid technogenic catastrophes. All not indifferent people can support this project. Everybody can take part. Write your name, last name, city, country (and age and... [ Read all ]

Kyiv

Ukraine
Address:
National museum of "Chornobyl, Horevyi side-street, 1, Kyiv, 04071 (for art eco project "The Protect
04071
Phone: +380 067 907 21 17
Website: http://sip-project.livejournal.com/


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Artists Represented

S T R O N T I U M - 90
Artistic Association

In 1990 the artistic association "Strontium-90" was founded in Kiev, Ukraine by a group of independent artists concerned with social and ecological issues. Three 'tralfrealist' artists - Valeriy Goleiko, Tatyana Chebrova, and Alexey Breus - form the core of the association and are its leaders.

Strontium-90's first exhibit opened in Kiev on 26 April 1991- the fifth anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster. Since then, "Strontium-90" has organized other exhibits and events such as "Feedback," "MEGHASANDESHAM" (Message Through the Clouds), "Universe: Open Contact," "Sky. Ocean. Land," "Pilgrims of the Universe," and many others.

The group has also conducted a number of actions within the framework of the project "Chernobyl. Between the Past and the Future" devoted to the 20th anniversary of nuclear disaster.

In accordance with their manifest and by means of their creative spirit, member artists of "Strontium-90" challenge us to understand and appreciate the world around us not only through our senses and minds, but to employ our hearts above all. Their plea is especially relevant in... [ Read all ]


Current Exhibitions

On the eve of the 20-anniversary of Chernobyl the group has invoked President of Ukraine, parliament and politicians to promote a public and political vindication of Chernobyl operators, which have unfair and unjustified reputation of persons guilty of the Chernobyl disaster.

The main reason of Chernobyl is the imbalance between moral level of the community and those high technologies, which the society is trying to master, the artists consider. Therefore the operators had received in fact the reactor 'without brakes'. Chernobyl is not a technological or engineering accident; it is a humanitarian catastrophe, both for its reasons and its consequences. Recovery of justice in respect of Chernobyl operators is an indicator how the community has learned lessons of Chernobyl.
In February, 2006, the participants of the Strontium-90 art group have joined the International yearly action called "Saved Planet". The idea of the action is to impart to the day on April, 26, the sorrowful date of Chernobyl tragedy, a positive impulse through consolidation of humanity in common aspiration to Peace, Harmony, Good and Love. The action has been i... [ Read all ]


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Silver Shark International Festival, Ukrainian House, Kyiv
Protective Flowers (part 3). Chernobyl National Museum, Kyiv
(Art Project SIP (Shelter Imaginary Point)



Previous Exhibitions

2011
Male and Female. Jam Gallery, Kyiv
2010
To 100 years of abstract art, The Municipal museum by Kroshytsky (Sevastopol,Crimea);
"SIP: Shelter. Protective flowers". Art people gallery, Kiev;
2009
International Festival GOGOLFest, Arsenal Museum, Kiev,
IX International Festival of submarine image "Silver Shark", Sinema House, Kiev;
Shelter Project-2: Sky, Ocean, Land, National Museum Chernobyl, Kiev;

2008
Shelter Project: Sky, Ocean, Land, National Museum Chernobyl, Kiev;
Stars of Tralfrealism: the live flowers and the live pictures, Enigma gallery, Kiev;
Beatles mania, Da Vinci gallery, Kiev; Gogol Fest, Art Arsenal museum, Kiev;
The color of woman’s look, Ukrainian House, Kiev

2007
The miracle of Fatima, Enigma Gallery, Kiev;
The miracle of Fatima, Park of Friendship of people, Kiev;
The Way of your Look, Enigma Gallery, Kiev;
Jackson Pollock and tralfrealists: Lavender Tralf Mist, Enigma Gallery, Kiev;
Jackson Pollock and tralfrealists: Lavender Tralf Mist, Enigma Gallery, Kiev (film)

2006
Jackson Pollock: reconstruction and reincarnation, Vetryanye Gory, Kiev;
Victim and revival (by 20-th anniversa... [ Read all ]


Exhibition Photos (50)

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Art Fairs

"GogolFest 2008", "Gogolfest 2009", "Gogolfest 2009", "Gogolfest 2010",


Submission Policy

http://www.radiosvoboda.org/content/article/976232.html


Press Releases

The main purpose of the project is, by means of art, to attract attention of international community to necessity of solution of Chernobyl problems, including Chernobyl station and Shelter facility. The artists of the group "Strontium - 90" are convinced that Chernobyl accident is a global scale disaster, and its overcoming is still in need of common efforts of humanity.

Speaking about the Shelter the artists mean not only sarcophagus, covering the destroyed Chernobyl unit, but also responsibility of mankind for preservation of the Earth that is our common Shelter, and universal and only reliable Lee for all living things.


Press Links

http://sip-project.livejournal.com/4168.html
http://www.artshelter.nm.ru
http://sip-project.livejournal.com/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLondZwOWZ0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWhzgi2SsVM&feature=related
http://sip-project.livejournal.com/2010/02/23/
http://tsn.ua/bin/video.php?media_id=202726§ion_id=308&video_page=15&subtype=tsnnews&article_id=&subtype_id=4
http://sip-project.livejournal.com/6225.html
http://sip-project.livejournal.com/6655.html


News

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Location And Getting There

Kyev, Ukraine


Contact-Directors/Staff

Tatyana Chebrova, director of art SIP Project


Opening Times

from 09 a.m. to 18 p.m.