Vira Barynova-KulebaTracey EminOli EppKim FalerRyan GanderAntony GormleyAllen JonesAnatoly KryvolapChristopher Le BrunPavlo MakovVolodymyr ManzhosLubomir MedvidOlaf NicolaiKitty RiceHarry RudhamAlaia de SantisArsen SavadovSiggi SekiraDavid aiu Servan-SchreiberLisa SharpeConrad ShawcrossYinka ShonibareStephen ShoreTiberiy Silvashi Sergei SviatchenkoVictor SydorenkoJuergen TellerOleg TistolTatiana Drozd, Olga Kisseleva, Taisiya PolischukRuslan Tremba Olesia TrofymenkoClare WoodsGamlet Zinkivskyi
2019, chipboard, enamel100 x 120 cm
Hamlet's street art is distinguished by a graphic manner of execution and the presence of characteristic author's texts. In 2013, together with Zhanna Kadyrova and Mykola Rydny, he represented Ukraine at the 53rd Venice Biennale. Hamlet Zinkovsky presented two projects: "Alone with himself" (consists of many drawings made with a ballpoint pen and reveals the theme of a person's relationship with himself) and "The Book of People" (an installation of hundreds of portraits made in matchboxes).
About the artist
Gamlet Zinkivskyi (b. 1986) – Ukrainian artist, known for his street art works, illustrations, and also works in the field of painting, graphics, art books, and photography. Lives and works in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
Gamlet was born in Kharkiv, Ukraine. He studied at the Kharkiv Art School and the Kharkiv Academy of Design and Arts, at the Faculty of Monumental Painting. He was expelled from the academy in 2009 for academic arrears in physical education and psychology.
Recently, Hamlet Zinkovsky signs himself "Gam Let" - which in the interpretation of the artist means "noise of time". He does not associate his name with the famous character of William Shakespeare from the tragedy of the same name "Hamlet".