Yaroslav Golubchik is an ART photographer based in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Working in the style of associative surrealism. We offer for sale originals of finished works in the price range of 50-800 euros or prints of your favorite images printed on premium quality paper to your individual sizes.
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2015 Kyiv, gallery "M17", collective exhibition "Ukrainian artistic photography"
2015 Rivne, "Kofein" cafe, personal exhibition.
2016 Hungary, Hortobad, personal exhibition "Alternative"
2016 Khmelnytskyi, Khmelnytskyi Museum of Photography, personal exhibition "Kulbits of the Era" 2017 Rivne, Palace of Children and Youth, personal exhibition "Portrait"
2017 Kyiv, gallery "Mykola's House", personal exhibition "Alternative"
2017 Kyiv, "Pavlovka" gallery, personal exhibition "A3 - an alternative in the cube"
2018 Kyiv, National Cinema House, solo exhibition "Not in a hurry"
2019 Kyiv, Kyiv History Museum, exhibition "MetaModern - the search for perfection"
2020 Kyiv, National Museum "Kyiv Art Gallery" collective exhibition "Philosophy of Portraiture"
2020 - 2021 Work on creating a series of illustrations for the "Red Book of Garik" project
2022 Creation of a series of associative photos related to the terrible consequences of the war crimes of the Russian invasion.
Yaroslav Golubchyk - teacher, head of children's photo studios, teaches creative photography for children. It works mainly in the techniques of alternative photography, in which it is possible to get a unique image in only one copy. Constantly experiments with well-known photo printing methods, develops new original and collaborative photo printing techniques. Conducting lectures and master classes on historical photo printing methods - contributes to its popularization and dissemination. In his work, he uses film cameras of various types and formats, including those of his own production. Member of the National Union of Photographic Artists of Ukraine. The author of many personal and collective photo exhibitions. Works made using manual photo printing techniques are in the funds of Ukrainian and European museums and private collections.