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Andrei Prychodko Credential excerpts

Prychodko’s art was chosen in 1993 as the unique vector to re-establish cultural relations between two major nations: newly- independent Ukraine and France.

This occurred on the personal initiatives of the Ministers of Culture of Ukraine and France.

Ref : Ministère de la Culture de France, le Ministre, Jacques Toubon, lettre 160715- 24 juin 94 Міністерство Культурі Украйні Київ, Ministry of Culture of Ukraine, Kyiv, the Minister, Yvan Dziouba letter 1-980/39, 10 09/93

Prychodko’s art is referenced three times in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine. 

Ref: Struk, Danylo Husar, Editor, Encyclopedia of Ukraine, University of Toronto Press Incorporated 1993, Toronto, Buffalo, London  Volume IV pp. 257 & 258 & Vol. 3 p 752


Prychodko was represented by two historic art gallerists:

Paul Facchetti Paris & Zürich,  Together with Vollard, Kahnweiler, Maeght, Rosenberg et al, Facchetti was honored in 2020 by the  MNAM of France in the Pompidou Center as one of the 20 most significant gallerists of the 20th century. Paul Facchetti is noted for the first gallery show of Jackson Pollock in Europe his instrumental role in bringing into the canon such then little-known artists such as Dubuffet, Fautrier, Henri Michaux, Sam Francis, Riopelle, Mathieu, Hundertwasser etc. Prychodko is the last artist he discovered.

Andrei Prychodko was introduced to Paul Facchetti by the Galerie Beyeler of Basel.

Galerie Nathan, Zürich, Was instrumental in building the Oskar Reinhart and Bührle Museum collections and made countless notable sales to world museums. Peter Nathan published  Prychodko as among his most important exhibitors together with Felix Valloton, Nicholas de Staël, Maurice Estève, Chaissac, Georg Meistermann & Lobo.

Andrei Prychodko has exhibited in New York, Paris, Rome, Zürich, Geneva, Milan, Toronto etc as well as three times at ART Basel.

Prychodko's art has been reviewed & praised in publications of record such as Toronto Globe& Mail,  Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Tages Anzeiger, Die Weltwoche, L'Oeil, etc


Institutions /Collections:

The Nathan monograph on Prychodko’s art, ISBN 3-906133-01-X is archived in over 40 world institutions including:

The Louvre /Museé des Arts Decoratives, Paris

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Museum of Modern Art, New York

Museum of Modern Art of France /Centre Pompidou, Paris

Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Tate Gallery, London

J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

Dokumenta Archive, Kassel, Germany

The Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy

Albright Knox Gallery, Buffalo, USA

National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA

Boston Museum of Fine Arts, USA

Detroit Institute of Art, USA

Cleveland Museum of Art, USA

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, (LACMA), USA

Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

Turin Civic Museum, Italy

Art and exhibition hall of the Federal Republic of Germany, Bonn

German National Library, Leipzig 

Ludwig Museum, Cologne

Museum of Applied and Contemporary Art, Vienna, Austria

Museum of the Belvedere, Vienna, Austria

Library of the Belvedere, Vienna, Austria

Harald Szeemann Collection, Los Angeles, USA

The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo

Yale University, New Haven, CT. USA

Princeton University, Princeton, N.J. USA

Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, MO. USA

University of Alberta, Canada

Max Planck Institute for Art History, Rome

Bibliotheca Hertziana, Rome

German Art Historical Institute, Florence, Italy

German Center for Art History, Paris

Central Institute of Art History of Germany, Munich

State & University Library, Dresden, Germany

National Institute of Art History, (INHA) Paris, France

New York Art Resources Consortium, New York

Institute of Art Sciences, Zurich, Switzerland

Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Mo. USA

Hulda Zumsteg Collection, (Kronenhalle), Zürich, Switzerland

Lille Métropole Museum of Modern, Contemporary & Outsider Art, France

Dartmouth University, Hanover N.H. USA

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC.USA

University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI. USA

Cantonal Museum of Fine Art, Sion, Switzerland

Canadian Museum of Contemporary Phototgraphy, Ottawa

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, etc


The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation, Montreal, 1975,

The Ontario Arts Council, Toronto 1974,

Academy of Fine Arts, Athens, Greece, 1972


Prychodko on worldcat identities

Prychodko in  the German National Library:

Prychodko on WorldCat

Museums of Turin, Italy/ Fondazione Torino Musei

biblioteca d'arte - fondazione torino musei (to0)

Peggy Guggenheim Collection Venice

German Art Historical Institute, Florence, Italy


Bibliotheca Hertziana, Rome


Max Planck Institute for Art History, Rome


German Center for Art History, Paris


Dictionary of Artists From Antiquity to the Present, Allgemeines Künstlerlexikon


International Artists Data Bank Internationale Künstlerdatenbank


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