Dmytro Horbachov is Professor, Ph.D. in Fine Art, specializing in history and theory of art. The area of his research embraces Ukrainian art of the Baroque epoch (XVII-XVIII th centuries), Romanticism and Realism (19th century), secession and avant-garde (1900-1930s). He is the author of many books, movies and publications in magazines, as well as popular scientific movies Malevich Peasant, School of Spectralism, Go Ahead, Singols!, Alexandra Exter (2005), Alexander Bogomazov (2006) and so on.
Dmytro Horbachov is the organizer of such
Crossroads: Ukrainian modernism,
(Chikago, NY, 2006-2007, USA),
The Phenomenon of the
Ukrainian Avant-garde 1910-1935 (2001-2002, Winnipeg,
Canada; 2002, Kyiv, Ukraine),
The Art of Ukraine of the 20
century (1999-2000, Kyiv),
Welcome Back to Ukraine, Mr. Burliuk
Kiev; 1996, Denmark),
Ukraine (1993, Toulouse),
and Ukraine (1993, Munich),
Avant-garde of 1910s-1930s (1991, Zahreb),
Alexander Bogomazov (1991, Toulouse),
Alexander Khvostenko-Khvostov (1986, Kyiv),
Anatoly Petritsky (1968, Kyiv) and many others.
Prof.D.Horbachov took part in many scientific conferences (in Kyiv, Moscow, Lviv, S.-Petersburg, Paris, Zagreb, Munich).
Having experience of work in museums and archives of Ukraine, Russia, France, USA, Sweden, D.Horbachov is regularly involved in the attribution of works of art, mainly Ukrainian and Russian. He defined the authorship of such well-known masters of avant-garde as Archipenko, Exter, Lissytzky, Bogomazov, Pal'mov, Suetin, Yermilov, D. & V. Burliuks, Tatlin. He serve as a consultant of the auctions: Sotheby's, Bonham's, MacDougall's, Christie’s (Paris, Munich), served as a consultant of the Phillips Auction. Prof.D.Horbachov attributed works of O.Orlovsky, Pimonenko, V.Orlovsky, Svitoslavsky and other artists of the XIXth century. He is the author of publications on the works of modern painters from Ukraine, Russia, France, USA.
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