On the 18th of July there was another closed ART & WINE evening, which Sayenko Kharenko held in conjunction with Spivakovsky ART: EGO gallery.
In preparation for the event, we were inspired by this year's Venice Biennale, which was named "To Live You in an Age of Change," in tune with the Chinese curse that Sir Austin Chamberlain once referred to. According to him, he heard this statement from a British diplomat who served in Asia. However, there are no historical evidence of this. This is another myth, and he bestows the essence of the subject of the biennial. Faiths, after all, the substitution of concepts is what the modern society lives in.
Therefore, at the 58th Venice Biennale, works were presented that made reflexive on the theme that the modern world lives in an era of instability, where any fact may be false. But art, on the contrary, should help us adapt to a new reality.
Guests of the event were able to enjoy the works of Ukrainian artists under the refined wines and hear the speeches of the speakers of the event.
• Lika Spivakovskaya, founder of Spivakovska ART: EGO gallery, made a review of the Venice Biennale.
• Alina Plyushch, partner of the law firm Sayenko Kharenko, spoke about the art of preserving the collection (trusts, funds).
• Evgeniya Cherubivova, founder of interior interior ENRE, presented a presentation of interior design solutions of the Isaloni exhibition in Milan.
• Marina Erverdi, founder and CEO of the La Perla Home Collection boutique network in Ukraine, presented a network collection.