Last Sunday, June 11, the Métiers d’Art et Creation Révélations Grand Palais International Biennale, which took place at the Grand Palais Éphémère, ended in Paris. The exhibition was marked by a special event – Ukrainian artists presented their works on one of the ten central podiums for the very first time.

The works of 21 Ukrainian artists were presented during the exhibition called “The Vital Force of Ukrainian Creativity”. Among the exhibited objects was a voluminous vase “Motanka” from the Natura Ceramica studio, a ceramic candlestick from Danuta Kril in collaboration with master Mykola Bida. 

Yalanzhi Objects were also presented at the exhibition, demonstrating the uniqueness and originality of Ukrainian art*.

* Peony, elegant wall lamps, which can also be found in a pendant version in Yalanzhi Objects. A fabulous interior decoration, highly adjustable to your requirements in terms of size and color.

8 works of Ukrainian artists were selected to participate in the auction organized in the Salon. Besides, there was a new collection of ceramic vases from Empath Ceramic, two kinetic objects from the Smith & Winken Lab studio, and two vases from the Natura Ceramics studio.

Among the other artists participating in the exhibition were Andriy and Olesya Voznytskyi, Daria Aloshkina and Natalia Bulanova, Inna Pedan, Valery Kuznetsov, Otto Vinken, Iryna Balbek, Yuliya Tyshchenko, Diana Bilichenko, Yuriy Myrko, Dima Yakub, Sofia Stanko, Nataliya Glumova, Nazariy and Nataliya Zvir.


We express our huge gratitude to the curator of the project Sana Moreau and all the artists for their incredible work. The project was organized by the Embassy of Ukraine in France, the Association “Friends of Ukrainian Culture in France”, as well as Galerie Sana Moreau, the first Ukrainian gallery of design and crafts in France.


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