Fine art, sculpture & photography in the heart of Kyiv since 1988
Viacheslav Rohovy (Strannik) – Ukrainian artist and cultural figure, author of the new alternative method of modern visual culture, called "Interaction with Space", aimed at overcoming the verbal reflection of the world and the transition to a higher level of awareness of reality.
The artist is a participant of more than 100 exhibitions in Ukraine, Germany, France, Switzerland and Russia. His works are located at UNESCO headquarters in Paris, Apple's collections in the United States, Microsoft's representative office in Italy, LAIN-ART gallery in Germany, pinacotheca of the Ukrainian House in Kyiv, Nizhny Tagil Museum in Russia, Museums "Literary Dnieper" in Dnipropetrovsk, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Peru and others lalike. He is the Head of the Regional Center (local branch) of the All-Ukrainian NGO "League of Culture" of the Dnipropetrovsk region.
Viacheslav was born on 23.11.1957 р.
1985: Member of the Youth Center "Splav"
1986: Co-founder of the Experimental Creative Laboratory.
1990: Co-founder of the Museum of Ukrainian Contemporary Art in Kryvyi Rih.
1991: Co-founder of the Cultural-Creative Association "AI".
1992: Co-founder of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Kryvyi Rih.
2008: Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine.
2016 "Fourth Dimension"; Kyiv, UKRAINE.
2015 "Seven Dreams of the Universe"; Kyiv, UKRAINE.
2015 International Art Festival "Alloy"; Kryvyi Rih, UKRAINE.
2013 "Magma"; Kyiv, UKRAINE.
2012 "New-World Symphony"; Kryvyi Rih, UKRAINE.
2012 "Fine Abstraction"; Kryvyi Rih, UKRAINE.
2011 Conscience Project; Kryvyi Rih, UKRAINE.
2010 "Art Week" Kyiv, UKRAINE.
2007 "Art Space", Kryvyi Rih, UKRAINE.
2006 "Model of Consciousness", Dnipropetrovsk, UKRAINE.
2001 Exhibition in Lantosc, FRANCE.
2000 "ART LAIN" Gallery, Lipstadt, GERMANY.
1998 Exhibition in the institution for serving the sentence №80, Kryvy Rih, UKRAINE.
1996 "Golden Brush" TsBKH, Moscow, Russia.
1994 Exhibition in the Ukrainian House; Kyiv, UKRAINE.
1992 Exhibition in the Marble Palace, St. Petersburg, RUSSIA.
1990 "Nontraditional Art", Dnipropetrovsk, UKRAINE.
1989 Festival of Contemporary Art, Yaroslavl, RUSSIA.
1985-1988 Exhibitions at the Youth Center "Splav", Kryvyi Rih, UKRAINE.