Friends of KSE Foundation (our Foundation’s sister organization from Sweden), together with Christine König Gallery and Dorotheum, will hold an online charity auction with works by contemporary Ukrainian artists. The collected funds will be transferred to provide housing for 40 Ukrainian children and their families as a part of the ‘SHELTER’ project. The auction will run until 17 June 17:00 (CET).

The aim of SHELTER is to repair old tourist houses in the mountains of Transcarpathia (near Uzhhorod), where people who have lost their homes will live afterwards.

The project is an initiative of Volodymyr Kadyhrob, Advisor to the KSE President, art curator and experiment design specialist.

“Our goal is to provide a safe living space and educational support to high school students who have left their homes due to Russian aggression,” says Mr. Kadyhrob.

The auction presents the work of 16 artists. The collection is called “After February 24”.

More information about the auction here:

All proceeds will be directed exclusively to the ‘SHELTER’ project.


Christine König Galerie, Vienna, Austria.
This gallery represents many internationally recognized artists and works simultaneously with the emerging generation.

Dorotheum, Vienna, Austria.
Today Dorotheum is one of the oldest and largest auction houses in the world.

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