Yevgeniy Prokopov
Chicago, Illinois

King and Queen
24.5 x 19.8 x 14.5 cm

____Selected exhibitions

  • Ukrainian Masters in Celebration of the 10th Anniversary of Ukrainian Independence, Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture, Chicago, 2002
  • Solo exhibition, Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago, 2001
  • Alla Rogers Gallery, Washington, D.C., 1999
  • Solo exhibition, Lazzaro Signature Gallery of Fine Arts, Stoughton, Wisconsin, 1999, 1997
  • Solo exhibition, Museum of Russian Art, Kiev, Ukraine, 1998
  • Solo exhibition, Biblical Arts Center, Dallas, 1998
  • Solo exhibition, Worthington Gallery, Chicago, 1997

Born in Kiev, Ukraine, 1950, Yevgeniy Prokopov has a MA, 1975, from the State Art Institute, Kiev. He received grants from the International Visitor Program of the United States Information Agency, 1996, and the International Renaissance Foundation, Kiev, 1993.

The objective of my work is to expand beyond the framework of the Ukrainian national tradition and convert to plastic forms which are understood all over the world.