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Con­tem­po­rary art lovers are in for a real treat. Go­golfest, the big­gest an­nual Ukrainian fes­ti­val of mod­ern art will be hap­pen­ing this year af­ter a two-year break. It will be held be­tween Sept. 21 and 29 at the aban­doned me­chan­i­cal fac­tory near Vy­duby­chi metro sta­tion. Named af­ter the leg­endary Niko­lai Go­gol, who is con­sid­ered both a Ukrainian and Rus­sian writer, the fes­ti­val aims to bring to­gether all forms of art. “Earth,” a black-and-white silent 1930s movie by out­stand­ing Soviet film di­rec­tor Olek­sandr Dovzhenko will be screened on the open­ing night and Dakha Brakha, a Ukrainian ethno chaos band is set to ac­com­pany the show with its unique mu­sic. Pavlo Gudi­mov, the leader of a mod­ern rock band and con­tem­po­rary art gallery owner will present one of his lat­est projects called “Ne­o­folk,” a se­lec­tion of works by Ukrainian mod­ern artists Olek­sandr Babak, Rus­lan Tremba, Olek­sandr Kad­nikov, Iryna Kalenyk and many oth­ers. Mar­garet Leng Tan, Sin­ga­pore-born Amer­i­can pi­ano mas­ter is com­ing to give her first concert in Ukraine, which will be a trib­ute to fa­mous Amer­i­can com­poser John Cage. And this is by no means the end of the lineup. For the de­tailed sched­ule and prices visit the fes­ti­val’s web­site http:// www.go­golfest.org.ua Go­golfest. Sept. 21-29. Aban­doned fac­tory at 11 Inzhen­erna St. near Vy­duby­chi metro sta­tion

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