Ukrainian street artist Andriy Kalkov has decorated Kyiv’s secondary school #314 (Knyazhiy Zaton Str., 7-a) with an abstract mural as a part of the Mural Social Club Festival. Moe info after the jump!
Kalkov’s new piece is an artwork of the series called “The Cycle”. The main core of the series is a
spiral pattern that is encrypted in “8-bit” and “op-art” languages. The artist says that his mural is a
symbol of knowledge, development and cyclical process of the Universe.
Andriy Kalkov was born in Lutsk, where he lives and works now. In 2012 he earned a degree in
monumental painting of Lviv National Academy of Arts. Kalkov took part in many urban festivals
and more than 30 collective exhibitions all over the world.
The Mural Social Club Festival is organized by NGO Sky Art Foundation and Dmytro Palienko,
curated by Julia Ostrovska and Oleg Sosnov.
The festival line-up includes top street art names, all of whom are coming to Ukraine to decorate the
cities with their artwork: Li-Hill, Rodrigo Branco, Fintan Magee, Borondo, Fikos Antonios, Millo,
Agostino Iacurci, Elian, Evoca1 and others. Ukrainian street artists such as Aec Interesni Kazki,
Roman Minin, Sergey Radkevich, Olexander Grebenyuk, Roma Wius, Sasha Korban are also
participate in the project.
Sky Art Foundation is a charity fund that was established in Ukraine in autumn 2014 by patron
The organization aims to support the new generation of Ukrainian contemporary artists. Sky Art
Foundation contributes to the international cultural exchange and Ukraine’s cultural integration into
the world art scene. The fund pursues an active exhibiting strategy revolving around its own art
space Sky Art Foundation. It also is an active charity that organizes international art projects,
cultural events that involve Ukrainian artists, and establishes grants for upcoming artistic talents.
Please feel free to contact Sky Art Foundation if you need any further information.