About Sasha
Street-artist and photographer, Sasha Kurmaz, was born in 1986, Kiev, Ukraine. “I’m trying to examine the structure of my own feelings, visible and invisible processes that occur in me, naked body, relationship between people, concept of “beauty” and “reality”, love and feelings – is a big part of my works.” Currently lives and works in Kiev.
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Current city: Kiev
Street-artist and photographer, Sasha Kurmaz, was born in 1986, Kiev, Ukraine. “I’m trying to examine the structure of my own feelings, visible and invisible processes that occur in me, naked body, relationship between people, concept of “beauty” and “reality”, love and feelings – is a big part of my works.” Currently lives and works in Kiev.
 
The biggest and most famous flea-market in Kiev. I love this place. In the market you can find any unexpected things like player on plates, antiques, dishes, trash-toys, old cameras, brands with profile of Hitler, Soviet cards, wheel of car, pirate porn video and many, many others.
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National Science and Natural History Museum National Academy Sciences of Ukraine – one of the largest natural history science museums in the world. Established in 1966, the museum is situated in the heart of Kiev, in old house with an expressive architecture. More than 30 thousand exhibits that tell story about the origin, structure and evolution of the Earth, its flora and fauna, its past and present, about history of material culture of tribes and peoples who inhabited the territory of Ukraine. Super place, where you can learn a lot about the history and take picture of girls in a cave.
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Very funny that the number of floor where this sculpture is consonant american psychedelic rock band - "13-th Floor Elevators", from Austin, Texas. Perhaps this work would be good musicplate illustration for this band. Anyway, this photo from 13-th floor of house in the Troyeshchyna area in which lives, author of this fantastic surealistic sculpture – Tatiana Peak. Tatiana says that she make – "programming structure of space." At this point you can consider for hours and find more and more details, lots of artificial plants, jewelry, there are several icons, sculptures, painted an icon of Jesus Christ, the naked girl in the niche, the ass of "Shrek," and Virgin Mary. One of the strangest and most mysterious places in Kiev.
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One of the most secret and most ambitious construction projects in Kiev, 30-40 years of the XX century. It had to be rail tunnel under the Dnieper river. Works on creation tunnel were suspended because of the second world war. Stalin had idea to build two tunnels under Dnipro - North and South, who were to provide communication between the banks.
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One of the first second-hand market in Kiev. Formed in the early of 2000s. Most popular places of Kiev youth. Very often I'm find very cheep, and cool clothes. For example, for $3 I'm bought belt YSL, and shirt Chanel.
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