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Painting of Ukrainian Woman

This spring the gallery Art Collection in Kiev will show the exhibition that many Ukrainian women and men have been waiting for. The show of most confidential and spicy facet of creativity of Ukrainian artists – eroticism. Kiev has never seen such a concentration of temptation, secret desires and fantasies on the canvas, painted in bright colours.

During all times the eroticism was a powerful and often forbidden source of the artistic inspiration. This topic has always been one of the most intriguing in the society. The erotic art strips away all the veneer and exposes the most natural, direct and defenceless side of a personality. It shows beauty and love without decorations. Erotic paintings are the icons of love itself.

The exhibition focuses on female’s body perfect curves, tempting nude silhouettes. The audience will see the Ukrainian woman in her true eternal image – a mysterious and seductive goddess. “The female body has always been the subject for an artist, – says Ukrainian artist Krivolap – When you have such a powerful tool as colours, you find endless opportunities to materialize your own perception.”

Deyak, Ukrainian artist: “Through out the history of Ukrainian society the subject of physical love and sensual pleasures has been supressed, repressed and replaced. Even today you can still find prejudices and constrains in modern Ukrainian society. But despite the external restraint, Ukrainian ladies have very passionate souls and plenty of sensuality. This exhibition aims to awake the Ukrainian nation from the emotional winter, raise to the surface all the secret passion.”

Voloshyn, the director of Art Collection: “This is an unprecedented exhibition. There has never been anything like this in the artistic Kiev. Today, nude and erotic art works of the best Ukrainian artists have been gathered together. This is an experimental exhibition, since the theme of eroticism is still a taboo for Ukrainian girls and boys, despite the uninhibited views of the modern society. The art presented at the exhibition is made with extreme professionalism; it is absolutely perfect aesthetically. The censorship can’t be applied here.”

The artistic spring in Kiev, Ukraine, is going to be hot and passionate this year.


Ukrainian girls at art exhibition


Hot Ukrainian Girl Sportsman Model

The Gretov’s Art Centre in Kiev, Ukraine, together with the school of photography Vivat present a photo exhibition The Moment Of Harmony. The exhibition is available for Ukrainian women and men, as well as for international guests, till the 19th of May.

The key purpose of the exhibition is to promote an active life style, and is a reminder that doing any kind of sports is good for you regardless your age.

The exhibition offers bright and positive works by young Ukrainian girls and boys who love photography.

The models on the photos are famous Ukrainian sportsmen who support the idea of this project and with their own examples show that sport is the life itself.

Among the Ukrainian models at this exhibition you can see the winners of popular TV show Everybody Dance – Vitaliy Zagoruyko and Anna Edinak; Yulia Smirnova – ballet dancer, choreographer, instructor in pole dance; Nikita Vankevich – master of sports in ballroom dances and choreographer; Vladislav Mazhara – repeated and absolute champion of Ukraine in bodybuilding; and many others.

The motto of the exhibitions is: “Paint the world in bright colours. Dance, do sports, be optimistic and bring happiness into this world!”


Ukrainian Girl doing a split


Ukrainian Girl with Easter Eggs

Easter is the biggest holiday for Orthodox Christians. Besides being a church celebration, it’s a celebration of spring and awakening of nature after a long Russian winter.

Orthodox Easter and Catholic Easter are celebrated on different days, due to following different calendars. Western Christianity is using the Gregorian calendar, and Eastern Christianity (like in Russia and Ukraine) bases the day of the holiday on the Julian calendar. However, Easter is always celebrated on Sunday in every Christian denomination.

This year the Orthodox Easter is celebrated on the 5th of May, and the preparations for the holiday have started some time ago all over Russia and Ukraine.

Some cities offer to visit numerous Easter fairs that will help you to grasp the richness of this cultural event and to buy presents and hand-made souvenirs. Many Russian women attend these fairs to buy traditional Easter supplies, and to enjoy the spirit of the holiday and spring.

From the 3rd to the 5th of May you can visit such a fair in Kiev, at the gallery M17. There you’ll get a chance to make your own hand-made Easter basket, learn to paint pisanki – Easter eggs, and to bake a kulich – traditional sweet Easter bread.

And on the 5th of May a concert will be held, performed by talented Ukrainian girls and boys.

Happy Easter!


Russian Woman in a Russian Orthodox Church



Many Russian Ladies dreamt of becoming a ballet dancer when they were little. Obviously not a lot of them actually did, but the love for ballet is always in their hearts.

On the 13th of April in National Opera of Ukraine will take place an event “Evening of modern choreography”. The leading soloists of the Natoinal Opera will perform 2 popular Edward Clug’s ballets: Quatro and Radio and Juliet.



The ballet is accompanied by live piano and cello. Clug sees life as a series of short moments that remind separate pictures versus a smooth stream of events. Due to that, the movements in the ballet look somewhat mechanical, with short delays in motion. Bringing so much attention to each movement makes each of them truly significant.

Clug has a talent to embody the emotional colours of music in a dance, which makes his choreography extraordinary. The world of Quatro – is the world of a megalopolis with its nervous rhythms, conflicts and unpredictability. Each character in the ballet has his/her own individual characteristics. The four characters are the four different ways of looking at life, four individualities that are trying to preserve their rights for independence and free choice.



Edward Clug’s ballet Radion and Juliet unites the most popular love story with the music of the world known alternative band Radiohead. From the day that the ballet was first seen, it awakened passionate discussions by critics and the audience. Everybody are drawing parallels with Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliette” and are trying to compare the scenes and the characters. Though Clug doesn’t follow the classical libretto, he offers a total immersion in the emotional world, created by Shakespeare and embodied by modern choreography and the soundtrack by Radiohead. This ballet will give you the means to feel fully the whole spectrum of emotions and feelings of this dramatic love story.


To make your stay in Kiev unforgettable and to add extra romance to your dating experience, invite your beautiful Ukrainian girlfriend to see these truly romantic ballets.


Radio and Juliet


Elena Vizerskaya

At the prestigious international photo contest Prix de la Photographie, Paris (PX3) a Ukrainian girl from Kiev Elena Vizerskaya took the second prize in this year’s special contest “Selfportrait”. The photographer of the year, according to PX3, became Jonathan Knowles for a series of works “Liquid Beauty”.

Prix de la Photographie is one of the biggest photo contests in Europe. Every year new talents are discovered there. Photographers from all over the world are represented in this art community. The photos that won PX3 are displayed in the best galleries of Paris. After each competition “An annual book PX3” is published that includes the works of the winners and 20 other photographers that were chosen by a jury.

Elena Vizerskaya is a 32 years old beautiful lady from Kiev, Ukraine. Her work is dark, sexy and charming at the same time. Angelic beauties and hell demons, ecstatic colour bursts and foggy places where death lives – these are the features of Elena’s photos.


Elena Vizerskaya


GusGus in Kiev

On the 23rd of March in Kiev’s Crystal Hall Ukrainian girls will be dancing to sets of electronic band GusGus, who will perform there with their solo programme.

GusGus is an Icelandic band and was formed almost 20 years ago, when some friends tried to make a movie about Icelandic swingers in Reykjavik. The name GusGus came from the movie “Fear eats the soul”, where a woman is cooking couscous for her lover, but it sounds like “gus gus” the way she pronounces it. The band regards it as a sex reference.

The band’s favourite genre is techno-soul: a combination of dance music and spellbinding vocal. Starting from 1995, the size of the band grew from 2 up to 12 members. At the moment there are 5 members in the band – Stephan Stephensen aka President Bongo, Birgir Torarinsson, Daniel Haraldsson, Urdur Hakonardottir and Högni Egilsson.

GusGus has produced eight studio albums and one live record. The group has remixed several famous artists, including Björk, Depeche Mode, Moloko and Sigur Ros.

Boys and girls from Kiev, as well as the visitors of the city, are looking forward to this concert. To make your Ukrainian dating experience more memorable, we recommend you to invite your date to the concert and rock the house together.


GusGus performing in Kiev


A unique characteristic of the Jostiband orchestra is its musicians – people with special needs. It is the world’s largest band consisting of people with intellectual disabilities; many of them have Down syndrome. The funds, collected from this concert, will be donated to Ukrainian children with Down syndrome, specifically for the programmes of early development and learning. The concert is organized by the Ukrainian charity organisation Down Syndrome in association with the embassy of the Netherlands.

During the concert the Jostiband will perform compositions by Dutch composers as well as world-known symphonies. Also the members of the band will share their impressions about Ukraine and tell small secrets from their private life.

The performance will demonstrate the opportunities and creative potential of the pupils, whose intellectual abilities are different from the norm. Hopefully, it will also help to bend some stereotypes and force people to explore existential questions like what is true happiness, sincerity and harmony.


Dutch musician with Down Syndrome


Viktor Tsoy tribute poster

The concert “Symphonic Film” is a tribute to “Kino“ (Russian for  “Film”) by a symphony orchestra.

It has already been over two decades since the tragic death of Viktor Tsoy, but the songs created by the great poet and musician still live in the hearts of thousands of Russian Women and men. His fans are of different age and social statuse, different nationalities and religions. They love his songs because they are much more than just pretty words with nice accompaniment. Tsoy’s songs are life itself, expressed in poetry and music.

This year Viktor Tsoy could have turned 50. It’s very symbolic that the project  “Symphony Film “ started the same year as the poet’s anniversary. This project has no analog in the history of Soviet Rock and will allow us to hear Tsoy’s music performed by a symphony orchestra and reevaluate the genius of the artist.

First symphonic versions of Tsoy’s songs were written in 2010 specially for the grand concert “20 years without Kino”. The compositions were welcomed so warmly by the audience that it was decided to prepare a full program.

On the day of Tsoy’s 50th birthday – July 21 – “Symphonic Film” was presented in St. Petersburg.  It was a triumph – the audience did a standing ovation. And now Ukrainian Girls and boys, as well as the visitors of Kiev, will have a unique opportunity to hear this fantastic programme live.


Viktor Tsoy on stage