Grynyov Art Collection is the foundation created in 2019 and based on the collection of Tetiana and Borys Grynyov, the filling of which started in the mid 1990s.
The collection consists of a several parts: the art of the first half of the 20th century (social realism, constructivism); Boichukists; the period between 1960 and the mid 1980s which includes informal Ukrainian art and its most prominent representatives; the period between the 1980s and mid 1990s is systematically presented not only with prominent names from Kyiv but also regional trends and unions of Lviv, Odesa, Kharkiv.
In 2004 to celebrate the 150th birthtday of the artist, Sergii Vasylkivskyi, Grynyov Art Collection in cooperation with Kharkiv Art Museum founded the action named “Down the Paths of Vasylkivskyi: a Gaze Through the Century” and held a number of plein airs that popularized the idea of a landscape tradition in Ukrainian art.
The priority is education and art activity, popularization of native art, systematization of the collection, exploring the history of the Ukrainian art, availability of the collection and its display in the exhibition spaces of Ukraine and the world.
Nowadays, the collection of the Grynyovs includes more than 3000 pieces of art.
Roman Piatkovka (Kharkiv) answers Halyna Hleba's (Uzhhorod-Kyiv) questions.
Borys and Tetiana Hrynov (Kharkiv-Kyiv), Mariia Lanko (Kyiv), Halyna Hleba (Uzhhorod-Kyiv) visiting Serhii Solonskyi (Kharkiv).