Stedley Art Foundation was founded in 2011 as a private initiative. The Foundation’s mission is the fostering of Ukraine’s rich historical cultural process development, promoting Ukrainian artists and their projects, enlivening transnational cultural exchanges, and showcasing a positive image of the country’s art on the international art scene.
In January 2018 Stedley Art Foundation together with the National Gallery of Georgia presented a solo exhibition of Alexander Zhyvokotv ‘Cardboard. Wood. Stone’.
The exhibition marks a landmark event in the art history of independent Ukraine, because for the first time over fifty works of Ukrainian contemporary artist were presented in a foreign state museum.
Stedley Art Foundation started the 2017 expositional year with project ‘The Eight’, which presents works of the eight Ukrainian avant-garde artists. All works earlier used to be part of Igor Dychenko's collection.
The exhibition ‘Epiphany Diary’ by Alexander Dubovik who is the member of the Ukrainian “sixtiers” art-generation. The exhibition presents the sketches of mosaics and stained-glass windows created by the artist in the 80's.
Trip to Egypt by Alexander Sukholit. Artworks at this exhibition was based on the plastic perception of Egyptian sculpture and relief.