On May 5, 2023, an exhibition of paintings by 11-year-old autistic artist Maksym Brovchenko will open in Novomoskovsk, Dnipro region. The event will present more than 20 works by the boy dedicated to outer space and love for the suffering Ukraine during wartime. This is the sixth exhibition of the little “Ukrainian Picasso” from the temporarily occupied Berdiansk. The entrance is free.
The exhibition of paintings by Maksym Brovchenko will last from May 5 to 19, 2023, and will be held at the Metallurg Palace of Culture, Parquet Hall, 2nd floor at 6-a Palanochna St., Novomoskovsk, Dnipro region. The doors are open to all admirers of the talent of an incredible autistic child and art, in particular, from 10:00 to 18:00 daily.
The meeting with the 11-year-old author will take place on May 5 at 12:00 in the live communication style. Maksym will present his works and talk not only about art but also share with visitors his philosophy of life, which should not include the horrors of war. The guests will have the opportunity to ask questions, participate in a joint photo shoot and drown out the pain of war for a moment by joining the world of a child’s creativity.
Art lovers, representatives of public organizations, and media are invited to the event. You are welcome to join us!
Read more about Maksym Brovchenko on the project “Space Paintings by Maksym Brovchenko” page here.
The Child with Future Foundation for Children with Autism, which has been supporting Maksym’s talent and organizing the schoolboy’s exhibitions for many years, expresses its sincere gratitude to the team of the Metallurg Palace of Culture and especially to Iryna Yalova, Head of the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism of Novomoskovsk, Dnipro region, for the initiative to hold an exhibition in this difficult period for our country.
Glory to Ukraine!