Latest event

Art Without BordersRoyal Academy of Arts, LondonCharity event to support the National Academy of Arts of UkraineJanuary 28th, 2023

Current event

In the Eye of the Storm: Modernism in Ukraine, 1900 - 1930s29 November 2022 - 30 April 2023

Current event

Ukraine. Une Donation Contemporaine23 November 2022 - June 2023

Past event

"How Art Can Fix the World" Christmas CocktailDecember 6th, 2022

Art for sale

Art by leading Ukrainian artists as a part of International large-scale exhibitions and projects






Art advisory

“For many years I have been advising collectors on buying art, on management and inventory of collections, exhibitions. I have organized tours and visits for Ukrainian and international collectors to major art events: biennales, fairs, auctions, etc. My passion for arts stems from the need for continuous intellectual growth, challenging goals and evolving talented people I have been lucky enough to meet for inspiration.”

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About Natalia Shpytkovska

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Cultural Studies with a focus on Art Collecting, Art Consultant, Art Manager, Curator, Researcher.

    “The well-known public collections, foundations and museums constantly attract millions of visitors over the years, educating, developing and inspiring new generations. By investing in art, we invest in the future by recognizing and preserving human talent and uniqueness.”
    Natalia Shpytkovska has been an experienced Art Consultant, Curator and Culture Manager for over a decade now. Natalia has a PhD in Cultural Studies from the Modern Art Research Institute of the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine, with a focus on the History of Art Collecting.
    “My scientific research focuses on the phenomenon of art collecting and its social and cultural significance. As a matter of fact, the majority of fortunate people had collecting habits. However, only a few have left their mark on history, preserving incredible and rare art collections and museums.”
    For over 15 years, Natalia’s career has evolved in various art industry segments gaining her valuable practical competencies: art management, art advisory, conferences, research and exhibition project management. Overtaking managing positions at the M17 Contemporary Art Center and previously at the Modern Art Research Center in Ukraine, today Shpytkovska continues her cooperation with the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine, the leading state institution for art science and research. Natalia Shpytkovska is also currently the founder of ArtCult Gallery to support charitable initiatives and activities.
    By organizing regular international visits for collectors, Natalia has developed important networking with renowned international cultural institutions, museums, galleries and collectors, such as Foundation Beyeler, Christie’s, Art Basel fair, Frieze, Contemporary Istanbul, Ukrainian Institute, Ukrainian Cultural Fund, National Art Museum of Ukraine and others. She was the one to initiate the first international art collectors forum in Ukraine, inviting prominent experts to participate. She liaises with leading modern art experts and co-organized the International Forum on the anniversary of Kazimir Malevich in the exhibition: “Avant-Garde: In Search of the Fourth Dimension”. By managing another exhibition “An Open Opportunity: Ukrainian Contemporary Art from Private Collections”, she provided a venue for the display of the collectors’ public gift to the Centre Pompidou, Paris. Shpytkovska was one of the initiators of the first Sculpture Prize in Ukraine, Non-Objective and Digital Art projects, advising collectors on these media in their art collections.
    “For many years I have been advising collectors on buying art, on management and inventory of collections, exhibitions. I have organized tours and visits for Ukrainian and international collectors to major art events: biennales, fairs, auctions, etc. My passion for arts stems from the need for continuous intellectual growth, challenging goals and evolving talented people I have been lucky enough to meet for inspiration.”
    Over her career, Natalia has held more than 50 different art shows in Ukraine and internationally, including “Ukrainian Insights” at the Headquarters of the United Nations, New York; “Israeli Contemporary Art” in Ukraine, “Superhero” international art project at the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine, “Memory of Unconsciousness” at Woodrow Wilson Centre in Washington; “Coal Goal”, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine; “The Coefficient of Independence”, America house in Ukraine, etc.
    “For many, collecting art is a conscious way of life, opening up an alternative way of thinking and world perception. Join us to learn, discover the art and meet outstanding personalities.”

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Tours & education

We offer individual art tours and access to the top art events (biennale, fairs, auctions, etc.)

Projects & promotion

We value each client and always respond to feedback throughout our cooperation.

Creating Your Art Collection

We advise private and institutional clients on collection strategies and handle the entire deal chain. 

Art Investment Analysis

We provide art investment analysis and research for you on the artist and artwork of your attention. 

Art Research

We advise on the best experts and laboratories to study the work of art (bibliography and scientific analyses of exhibition history in order to ascertain authenticity, dating and state of conservation).

NFT Collections

We consult on building an NFT collection based on the existing art in the collection.

We advise private and institutional clients on collection strategies and handle the entire deal chain from sourcing artworks to transferring ownership and installation on site, meeting the collector’s requirements on sales.
We specialize in contemporary art, primarily young and up-and-coming artists from around the world. However, we also provide access to established artists, and classical art, depending on the client’s requirements.

Art for sale

ARTCULT GALLERY

20% of each art sale go to support the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine.

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Anatoly Kryvolap

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Gamlet Zinkivskyi

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Anatoly Gankevich

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Kostiantyn Zorkin

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Arsen Savadov

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Victor Sydorenko

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Maria Shubina

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Olena Dombrovska

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Natalia Korf-Ivaniuk

Gallery

Natalia Shpytkovska is a founder and director of ArtCult Gallery, an online gallery founded to promote digital and traditional Ukrainian art. Born in Ukraine, she is committed to supporting Ukrainian culture and integrating Ukrainian art into the global art map. Due to her efforts, numerous projects were implemented to promote Ukrainian art.

Current and past events

  • In the Eye of the Storm. Modernism in Ukraine 1900’s – 1930’s

    Art Without Borders: Charity event to support the NAAU

    January 28th, 2023
    Royal Academy of Arts, London

    On the 28th January, 2023, the Royal Academy of Arts in London hosted the Charity auction to benefit The National Academy of Arts of Ukraine. The event was initiated and organised by The Natalia Cola Foundation and the Royal Academy of Arts. NS Advisory was honoured to be a Partner and an Advisory for the event.

  • In the Eye of the Storm. Modernism in Ukraine 1900’s – 1930’s

    In the Eye of the Storm. Modernism in Ukraine 1900’s – 1930’s

    29 November 2022 - 30 April 2023
    Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum

    "In the Eye of the Storm. Modernism in Ukraine 1900’s – 1930’s" exhibition takes place in the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum (Madrid, Spain) and is the comprehensive display of Ukrainian Art from the beginning of the 20th century. It comprises around 100 works from leading Ukrainian museums, as well as from Western public and private collections.

  • In the Eye of the Storm. Modernism in Ukraine 1900’s – 1930’s

    Ukraine. Une Donation Contemporaine

    23 November 2022 - June 2023
    Centre Pompidou

    "Ukraine. Une Donation Contemporaine" – the name of the project that is the comprehensive display of Ukrainian photography from the end of the 20th century - early 21th century to be shown in the Centre Pompidou (Paris, France). More than 130 works by Ukrainian artists have been donated to the collection of the Centre Pompidou.

Main publications

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An interview with Natalia Shpytkovska about the reasons why collectors and patrons are the driving force for the art market.

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An interview with Natalia Shpytkovska about the way how Ukrainian avant-garde changed the strategy of the Kyiv contemporary art center.

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A lecture by Natalia Shpytkovska about the well-known Ukrainian artist Victor Sydorenko, his new art and philosophy.

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Nataliya Shpytkovska about the importance of a proper approach to the cooperation of real estate specialists with sculptors.

Contacts

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E-mail

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International work areas

Europe, USA, Canada, Asia

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ArtCult | M17 CAC | The National Academy of Arts of Ukraine

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