Kinets Kintsem is a literary miscellany about contemporary art. It appears irregularly. (“Kinets kintsem” means “eventually”, “in the long run” in Ukrainian, “kinets” being “an end”.) While Lviv hosts its 2nd Contemporary Art Week (28 August-6 September) a new issue of Kinets Kintsem was presented. It is called “The Artist's Voice” and features interviews with mostly Ukrainian artists and gallerists (including also a number of artists and gallerists from other countries) as well as texts about Lviv Contemporary Art Weeks in 2008 and 2009 and a text about Fort.missia International Arts Festival.
The artists and gallerists in “The Artist's Voice” include: Vasyl Bazhay, Mykola Bilous, Budda, Hlib Vysheslavskyy, Wojciech Giliewicz, Pavlo Hudimov, Volodymyr Hulich, Ihor Husyev & Serhiy Zarva, Ekaterina Dyogot, Yevhen Karas, vlodkaufman, Pavlo Kovach, Volodymyr Kostyrko, Rostyslav Koterlin, Viktor Lavnyy, Pavlo Makov, Mykola Matsenko, Viktor Miziano, Jerzy Onuch, Ihor Pereklita, Les Podervyanskyy, Yevhen Ravskyy, Vlada Ralko, Oleksandr Roytburd, Arsen Savadov, Andriy Sahaydakovskyy, Viktor Sydorenko, “Siniye nosy”, Yuri Solomko, Oleh Tistol, Vasyl Tsaholov, Illya Chichkan, Oleksandr Furdiyaka, Oleksandr Shchelushchenko, and Yaroslav Yanovskyy.
The issue’s editor-in-chief is Rostyslav Koterlin, the issue’s editor is Anatoliy Zvizhynskyy, and volunteers are Budda and Bohdana Pinchevska. Izdryk is the issue’s literary editor. Email Kinets Kintsem: email@example.com.