Located on the ground floor of a residential building in the city’s historic Podil neighbourhood, the 111-square-metre studio belongs to Ukrainian artist Ulyana Nesheva.
A circular opening offers views from the reception (top image) into the main studio (above)
“The concept of the studio is that all our artists, despite the diversity of their styles and colours, are united by an exploration of minimalism,” she explained.
“Simplicity is the ultimate goal and the highest form of complexity.”
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