Dzyga Gallery

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At the end of Armenian Street, Lviv, Ukraine

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Art Store and Gallery Apr 08, 2017
Armenian Street is closed by one of the buildings of the former Dominican monastery. At present it houses the city archives and Dzyga creative gallery.

It is one of the cultural hubs of Lviv.

This is where different creative parties are held: exhibitions, festivals, performances and conferences.

The founders of this art project call it ART terra of modern art for Ukrainian (and not only) artists who overcome space limited by four walls with their creations filling it with painting, graphics, sculpture, installations, performances, happenings, icon painting, word, with their souls, energy and charisma.

The entrance is free.

The gallery's name itself can have two meaning: the literal one: "whirligig" as a toy and the figurative one: fidget. I think they meant the figurative one.

There is an antiques store and a coffeehouse here.

You can see a very special and funny little monument at the entrance to Dzyga. It is called Smile and was created by Oleg Dergachov.
Smile monument
Smile monument
Smile monument near Dzyga Gallery
Smile monument near Dzyga Gallery
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