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 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.
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.