- Research topic:
- Curator practices in Ukraine
- 16.11-21.10.2021, 22.1-30.1.2022
Lives and works in Kyiv. Dmytro Chepurnyi was born in 1994 in Luhansk. He is a graduate of the Philosophy Faculty at the Taras Shevchenko Kyiv National University; he had an internship at the University of St Andrews (UK). He worked with the "Isolation" Foundation, Shcherbenko Art Center. He stayed on residencies in Ukraine, the UK, the Czech Republic, and Germany. Curator of art residencies and exhibition projects, such as the "Landscape as a Monument" (2020), "Contemporary Art Rivne" (2021). Co-author of the "Curator Manual" publication (2020), "Donbas in a Conversation: Feminist Ethics and the Boundaries of Collaboration" (2021).
His residency at the Center for Urban History has been supported by the House of Europe program. He works on the project "Researching curator practices in Ukraine," in partnership with the curator Oleksandra Pohrebniak. The project is a follow-up to the "Curator Manual" publication (2020) that implies the design of the website and the organization of an international seminar about curator practices, in partnership with the Easttopics team (Budapest, Hungary). During his residency, Dmytro will conduct a series of meetings and interviews with professionals from the Center for Urban History, Jam Factory, Ya-Gallery, the LNAA gallery, Detenpyla gallery, Municipal Art Center, and Radio Garage.