Now on ‘Ukrainska pravda. Zhytia’ you can read how the Korsaks’ Museum lives during the war, how it unites Ukrainian artists and how the largest art project of Ukraine during the statehood – ‘Cosmogony’ – is implemented

Now on ‘Ukrainska pravda. Zhytia’ you can read how the Korsaks’ Museum lives during the war, how it unites Ukrainian artists and how the largest art project of Ukraine during the statehood – ‘Cosmogony’ – is implemented.

We are incredibly grateful for the visit of journalist Hanna Shchokan, who told about her own trip to our museum and described it ‘as a safety, rest and meditative space’ in the article.

We invite you to read it using the link:



1 The Korsaks’ Museum of Contemporary Ukrainian Art (2000 sq. m)

The Korsaks’ Museum of Contemporary Ukrainian Art (2000 sq. m)

Explores the genesis of contemporary Ukrainian art and shows the sources of its origin. Allows you to read the story in a new way, updating what was superseded and suppressed, but had no right to life. Actualizes Ukrainian nonconformism as a unique artistic phenomenon on a global scale and national pride. Demonstrates the diversity of directions and achievements of the Ukrainian postmodernism.

2 Artistic-memorial museum of Mykola Kumanovskyi

Artistic-memorial museum of Mykola Kumanovskyi

Demonstrates the memorial things of the artist: an etching machine, brushes, mastiquins, an old easel, on which – there is the last unfinished canvas. It makes us to deepen into the symbolic essence of the artist and realize that an expressive, trembling and vibrant person lived among us and tried to recreate dramatic impulses of the time in artistic images, complex story compositions the dramatic impulses of the day.

3 Variable exposition (460 sq.m.)

Variable exposition (460 sq.m.)

Represents the works of the best domestic and foreign artists; implements educational programs; provides the opportunity to purchase the works which are exhibited.

4 Gallery of street art Polychrome

Gallery of street art Polychrome

stimulates the creation of new artistic centers and art objects;
ensures the development of contemporary urban art and the promotion of young artists.






The Korsaks’ Museum of Contemporary Ukrainian Art is located in the city of Lutsk, on the territory of the Adrenalin City cultural and entertainment center. The ceremony of the opening took place on August 24, 2018.

The Korsaks’ Museum was created for the purpose to develop the spirituality of the nation, promotion of the Ukrainian art in the world by presenting the bright artistic achievements of artistic culture of the 20th century, acquaintance of visitors with the contemporary art through author’s projects, installations, and performances.
The Korsaks family became the founder and mastermind for the creation of the first in Ukraine world-class museum of contemporary Ukrainian art.

The total area of the first phase of the museum complex is about 5,000 square meters and contains a number of exhibition halls. The area of permanent exposure occupies 3000 square meters.

The museum features works of over 100 outstanding artists (more than 800 art objects). Painting, graphics, sculpture, installation, video art – a collection of works of art of the best Ukrainian authors of the 20th-21st. centuries has been collected here.

The ideological beginning of the creation of a private museum was the gallery of contemporary art Art Kafedra, which was opened in April 2014 and during its work held dozens of exhibitions, cultural and artistic soiree, creative contests. In 2016 the Gallery was an organizer of the art forum WestArt Forum UA and co-organizer of the festival of contemporary urban art Polychrome.

In July 2018, the Art-Memorial Museum of Mykola Kumanovskyi was opened, which became the structural unit of the Museum.

A wide program of exhibition, educational, research and publishing activities conducted by the Korsaks’ Museum of Contemporary Ukrainian Art, reflects the actual processes in Ukrainian culture and opens opportunities for public dialogue and the creation of new works.


  • Formation of a substantial collection of art pieces by leading Ukrainian artists and ensuring its constant replenishment.
  • Constant exhibition activities in order to present the creative achievements of domestic artists in Ukraine and abroad.
  • Scientific research work to find new, identify and bring back the forgotten names of Ukrainian artists to the history of art.
  • Promotion of the creative activity of Ukrainian artists and cultivation of young generation of artists.
  • Creation of a space for reflection, debate and search for meaning; where the visitors will have aesthetic experience, gain inspiration and explore art.