Alevtina KakhidzeLugova 9a, V. Muzychi, Kyiv oblast, Ukraine, 08125, +380674450150,
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14.10.2013 – 29.10.2013 Резидент в Музичах від спільноти – Спiльний Резидент

17.12 – 22.12.12 MuzychiChristmasArtFair in Dnipropetrovsk /inspired by world’s contemporary art fairs/. I was there from the “very beginning” and to the last minute.

April 2012. I took part in the project Now. Here. This.

December 2011. Muzychi Christmas Art Fair took place.

Gerald Leow has just got “Whole Edition of Vanessa Beecroft’s Women in a Row” and “An Armchair By Phlippe Starck”. Many people like this small armchair. I gave this drawing of this small armchair to my friends in Stockholm and in Kyiv. All the multiple copies (made on a copier) and the drawing (from which the copies were made) are authentic and original. The copies made from the original drawing refer (in the author’s opinion) to mass production. You can see more drawings from this project here.

MOROCCO “Working for Change” Progetto per un Padiglione del Marocco is about my little contribution for this big biennale.

May 2011. Adventure of The Most Commercial Project at ViennaFair. Also here.

On September 16, 2010, at 12.00 at Zhulyany Airport Rinat Akhmetov’s Foundation for Development of Ukraine launches the grant programme for independent creative projects i3 (idea - impulse - innovation) and ivites everyone to the opening of the programme i3 that will start with the project I'm Being Late for the Plane That Can't Be Missed by Alevtina Kakhidze.

25.05.2010. In the course of the public art program Museum of Contemporary Art PERMM and the program ‘Residency’ The Most Commercial Project in the Dress Code concept store where the speech before the store’s clients was the most important part of the project presentation.

15.05.2010. Alevtina Kakhidze. Marital Negotiations, part 1, during Warsaw Night of museums LABORATORIUM: ON A-I-R, Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle, Warsaw

24.10.2009. The most commercial project has become commercial, or the drawn estimate has become real. The drawing “An armchair, two units, 1800, presumably “Lindome”, estimate: 800 Swedish kronor” was estimated 800 Swedish kronors =113 USD and sold at the Ukrainian Contemporary art auction for 370 USD (starting bid 113 USD = 800 Swedish kronor).

1989–2009: Turbulent World – Telling Time. Contemporary Photography and Video Works from Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Germany

26–28 May 2009 Temporary Sculpture Norrmalmstorg, Stockholm

Alevtina Kakhidze in Consumption Critical Art at Iaspis, interview. “Why We Do It” March 31, 2009

Claire Staebler WE ARE UKRAINIANS Flash Art n.269 – November – December 2009

Design on TIME CURRENCY by Alevtina Kakhidze
e-flux has asked a group of artists, architects, writers, curators, activists and designers to suggest what they think would be the best representation for the exchange of time between each other and to design a symbolic currency that is backed by trust between practitioners within a cultural community, rather than by gold or state authority. Can this token of exchange be represented, and if so, how?

In 2008 I received the Kazimir Malevich Artist Award for my achievement in the development of contemporary art and importantly: quality, mastery, achievement and knowledge. I must say it was a nice feeling.