Ukrainian Museum New York

Former Dallas Contemporary director Peter Doroshenko to take the helm of New York’s Ukrainian Museum

Doroshenko, a Chicagoan of Ukrainian heritage, was the founding president of the PinchukArtCentre in Kyiv and was the commissioner of the country’s Venice Biennale pavilion three times

The war in Ukraine: how often must history repeat itself?

Russian repression of the Ukrainian state has always been met with great resistance—this time is no different, says Maria Shust is the director of the Ukrainian Museum in New York

For Ukrainian artists in the US, war rekindles ties to the homeland

Four Ukrainian women living in the US share how the Russian invasion has affected their work and moved them into action to help friends and family

Ukrainian institutions in North America ramp up programming and field donations as Russian invasion intensifies

Museums and institutes devoted to Ukraine and its diaspora are experiencing a surge of support and interest brought on by war in the homeland