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Tetiana Kalivoshko's 'The Spring War Collection', a large-scale mixed media exhibition exploring the beacons of hope amid devastation and the enduring echoes of war.

GALLERY THIRTYSIX is proud to unveil Tetiana Kalivoshko's 'The Spring War Collection', a poignant exploration of hope amid devastation and the enduring echoes of war. Drawing deeply from personal narratives, particularly those of her grandmother, Tetiana guides us through the visceral realities of conflict and the profound ways in which it shapes lives across generations. The exhibition opens on March 30th and is located on the 36th floor of the Moxy Hotel building downtown with an entrance available through the Level 8 venue. Along with Tatiana's show, the gallery offers continual installations of works from various artists on display.

'The Spring War Collection' is an immersive journey into the horror and beauty wrought by war. Through chilling tales of survival against a backdrop of unspeakable violence, we're invited to confront the depths of human cruelty and the resilience that follows. These stories, rooted in Tetiana's familial experiences, offer a raw, unfiltered glimpse into the pain that permeates war-torn communities. The exhibition is composed of recent large mixed media works on canvas along with other paintings and multimedia compositions of Tatiana's oeuvre.

Beyond the immediate aftermath, the collection delves into the lingering remnants of conflict. Hidden beneath landscapes lie the artifacts of war, serving as stark reminders of past atrocities. Yet, amidst this somber reflection, Tetiana finds solace in the regenerative power of nature. Over time, life reclaims these scarred battlegrounds, embodying the cycle of renewal and the soothing balm of natural beauty on collective wounds.

As memories of war begin to fade with the passage of time, Tetiana underscores the importance of remembrance. Through her art, she bridges the gap between past and present, ensuring that the lessons of history are not forgotten but serve as beacons for peace. Her work is a testament to the enduring spirit of the Ukrainian people, facing the ongoing tragedy of the Russo-Ukrainian War. Through her creations and philanthropic efforts, she not only supports those directly affected by the conflict but also offers a vision of hope and renewal.

'The Spring War Collection' stands as a powerful reminder of art's capacity to heal, inspire, and provoke change. It calls on us to reflect on the cost of war, the resilience of the human spirit, and the collective responsibility to foster a world where peace flourishes over violence. Tetiana Kalivoshko’s exhibition is a tribute to the indomitable will to survive, heal, and ultimately thrive in the aftermath of conflict. It invites us to look forward, through the lens of art and nature, towards a future where the scars of war give way to the blossoms of peace.

Hosted by Houston Hospitality Group
Curated by JM Art Management


Tetiana Kalivoshko is an American-based Ukrainian artist who specializes in painting, sculpture, and art installations. Graduated from the L’viv National Academy of Art and Shanghai's East China Normal University.

She decided to devote herself to the world of art in 2015 after seeing the exhibition "In Love With Art" which motivated her to begin developing her art and ideas and to travel across the world.

Tetiana's debut project installation, "Peace," was shown in several Ukrainian cities. The installation “Peace”.

Her work materialized spectacular shapes of Chinese hieroglyphs that mean "Peace". In 2016, Tetiana presented her first collection, "Warm inside", in Shanghai.

At the same time, she worked as an art teacher for children and adults in a private school "Gong Mei Art".

She presented her special installation project "Old Legend" at Changzhou City, China, in the autumn of 2016.

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Enchanted with the great perspectives for artists in North America, she decided to move to Miami.
Her first exhibitions in the U.S. were held in Miami Art Basel 2017 where she exhibited her "Spring War".

In 2018, she was invited to Santiago, Chile to present her installation project in the "SALA En Transito" gallery called "Gold Inside".

Later in 2018, she had an exhibition at Art Palm Beach 2018 where she presented "Spring War' and "Spring War Mandala".

At the end of 2018, she participated in two collective exhibitions "Red Square art gallery" and "Don private exhibition".

Some artworks from her "Spring War" collection are part of the collection at the Boyarsky Museum and the Lesia Ukrainka Literature Memorial Museum. The idea of this collection is to show how war weapons should be discarded and transformed into flowers, a new life, and a lovely future.

In 2019, she also exhibited her collection "Strangers" at the Pinta Art Show with La Sala gallery.

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