Olexa Mann, born 1978 in Dnipro, Ukraine
lives and works in Uzhhorod, Ukraine
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Olexa Mann is a Ukrainian contemporary artist, painter, graphic artist, author of objects and installations, publicist and curator. He graduated from the Dnipropetrovsk College of Arts (1991-1996) and the Lviv National Academy of Arts (1996-2002). He works in the urban art direction, creating his own visual language inherent in today's aggressive environment.
Author of the projects "ZombieLand", "New Anthropology", "Bestiary", "Call the God of the Revolution", "New Middle Ages", "Black Period", "Motives for the Thriller" and "Codex". Olexa Mann's works are included in the anthologies of Ukrainian contemporary art "25 Years of Presence" (ArtHuss, 2016) and "30 Years of Presence" (ArtHuss, 2021). He is a articipant of about 100 exhibitions in Ukraine and abroad.
The founder of the countercultural artistic group "Bacteria" and the author of its manifesto. He was one of the founders and active participants of the "Art Barbican", which arose as a platform of countercultural resistance during the Revolution of Dignity.
Olexa Mann's works are in private collections and museums in Ukraine, Austria, France, Germany, Japan, the USA and Canada.
In jedem Jahr werden mehrere Ausstellungen durch ein Thema in einen Kontext gestellt. Verschiedene Perspektiven auf ein Thema erleichtern den Zugang und steigern Verstehen und Spaß beim Erleben von Kunst.
2023: Natur ↔ Data