GAZ Group

Elements 180х70 cm, painted aluminum, stainless steel, painted river sand, 2018
Date of Birth: 2013
Place of residence: Kyiv

GAZ Group (Vasily Grublyak and Alexey Zolotaryov):

Ukrainian Art Group, established in 2013 at International Birmingham Symposium.

Creative path

The key themes in the group’s creative work are socio-political problems, relics of post-Soviet stereotypes, the process of redefining the mentality and reassessing the values ​​of modern society.
To express their ideas, artists use a variety of arts, including performance, installation, video documentation and more.

Group exhibitions:

2019

Illusion of Matter, M17 Contemporary Art Center, Kyiv Art Week, Toronto Center, Kyiv, Ukraine;

2017

Project “Assumptions” together with Danil Shumikhin, within the framework of the LEMinarium project, Dziga Gallery, Lviv, Ukraine;

2016

Transformation. “Evidence” at the Kunst-und Film Biennale Worpswede International Biennale, Worpswede, Lower Saxony;

BIRUCHIY Comes CLOSER, Closer, Kyiv, Ukraine;

2015

Inspired Barbara, Kyiv, Ukraine;

“Letters of Mayor” together with IZOLYATSIA, Mariupol, Ukraine;

Mystetskiy Arsenal Project Dialogue Project, Kyiv, Ukraine;

Shaky Borders, Heinrich Böll Foundation, Berlin, Germany;

2014

“We open the door for children”, M17, Kyiv, Ukraine;

ArtKyivContemporary, Mystetskiy Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine;

Approval Ritual Art Campaign, Space: Tram Depot, Kyiv, Ukraine;

PREMOTION: UKRAINIAN ART NOW, SAATCHI GALLERY, London, UK;

Warm up Ukraine, Art Collection, Kyiv, Ukraine;

BIRUCHIY Contemporary Art Project, Biruchiy Island, Ukraine;

GogolFest, Kyiv, Ukraine;

Art Campaign “The Armed Room. Part One”, Space G13, Kiev, Ukraine;

Spring Wind Landscape Art Festival, Kyiv, Ukraine;

SVOY, ErmilovCenter, Kharkiv, Ukraine;

Freedom Square, Ermilov Center, Kharkiv, Ukraine;

Interior of the Year, Mystetskiy Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine

2013

ArtKyivContemporary, Mystetskiy Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine;

Industrial Edem, IPSM NAM of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine;

BIRUCHIY Contemporary Art Project, Biruchiy Island, Ukraine

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