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An exhibition of paintings dedicated to overcoming post-traumatic stress disorder will be held at Experts Club training center in Kyiv

This Saturday, the Experts Club Kyiv Training Center in cooperation with Art Gallery Universe opens an exhibition that goes beyond the usual understanding of art, approaching therapy and recovery. “Restoring Life: Art and Rehabilitation Project” is a series of works created by contemporary Ukrainian artists Igor Moshkov and E-Ludmyla Svitla, who convey deep emotional states and ways to rethink and overcome them through painting.

“Each painting in our exhibition is not just an image, it is a dialog between the artist and the visitor that helps to find inner harmony and peace. We are creating a space where art becomes a tool for psychological recovery for those who have faced challenges,” says Maksym Urakin, founder of Experts Club.

“For me, every brushstroke is a step towards comprehension and healing. My works are the stories I want to tell, and I believe they can help others find their way to inner light,” said E-Ludmyla Svitla.

The exhibition offers an extraordinary experience that combines art therapy and art, giving visitors the opportunity not only to enjoy painting, but also to discover a new tool in the fight against post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and its consequences. The project focuses on supporting spiritual health and mental recovery through artistic expression, creating a safe space for personal growth and self-expression.

“Recovering Life” reflects the true power of artistic symbolism, which lies not only in aesthetic pleasure, but also in its ability to heal and unite people around art.

Address of the event: 51/1A Vasyl Tyutyunnyk Street, Kyiv, office 112.

The beginning is February 17, 2024 at 15:00.

The number of participants is limited. For media accreditation, please contact by 23-00 on February 16, 2024.

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