selected works


04/7/2022 – 04/23/2022

1540 NE Miami Court Miami, FL 33132

Opening Reception

Thursday, April 7, 6-8pm

Closing Reception

Saturday, April 23, 12-5pm


Fredric Snitzer Gallery in cooperation with Voloshyn Gallery present a contemporary art sale to aid Ukraine relief efforts. The exhibition will be on view starting Thursday, April 7th, through Saturday, April 23rd.

Contributing galleries include Piero Atchugarry Gallery, Breach, Emerson Dorsch, LnS Gallery, Diana Lowenstein Gallery, Mindy Solomon Gallery, Pan American Art Projects, and Spinello Projects.

Artists within this presentation include Ajarb Bernard Ategwa, Luis Cruz Azaceta, José Bedia, Hermes Berrio, Robert Chambers, Elena Dorfman, Raymond Elman, Tomás Esson, assume vivid astro focus, Luis Gispert, Felice Grodin, Iva Gueorguieva, Kelley Johnson, Alexander Kroll, María Martínez-Cañas, Mateo Nava, William Osorio, Pajtim Osmanaj, Jon Pylypchuk, Rafael Rodriguez, Fredric Snitzer, Alan Sonfist, Keer Tanchak, Verónica Vázquez, Joshua Veasey, Tomas Vu, and Purvis Young.

All proceeds from sales will be donated directly to an organization of the purchaser’s choice from the following:

World Central Kitchen

Since the invasion of Ukraine, WCK’s Relief Team has been on the ground supporting families sheltering in the country as well as refugees arriving in Poland, Romania, Moldova, Hungary, and most recently, Spain. WCK is providing nearly 200,000 hot, nourishing meals every day. We’re also making daily food product deliveries into Ukraine and throughout the country for WCK restaurant partners' cooking.

Direct Relief

Direct Relief is working directly with Ukraine’s Ministry of Health and other on-the-ground partners to provide urgently needed medical aid, including emergency response packs intended for first responders, oxygen concentrators, critical care medicines, and much more.

Come Back Alive

We help provide the Ukrainian army with laptops, lights, photo equipment, cables, and maintenance thereof. Our funds and resources are also aimed at the Ukrainian servicemen and women in need of medical assistance or rehabilitation.

In conjunction with this fundraiser, Voloshyn Gallery will also have a pop-up presentation in the secondary exhibition space showcasing timely work by Ukrainian artists — an effort to raise funds to support the artist’s individual needs. Artists include Nikolay Karabinovych, Susanne Clausen + Pavlo Kerestey (, Vlada Ralko, Mykola Ridnyi, Oleksiy Sai, Yevgen Samborsky, and Maria Sulymenko.



Fredric Snitzer Gallery

Fredric Snitzer Gallery has been a leader in the contemporary art market in South Florida for over 40 years. Committed to presenting work across all media from a diverse range of contemporary artists, the gallery has maintained a rigorous schedule that features at least eight rotating exhibitions by its artists each year. Fredric Snitzer first opened his gallery in 1977 on Biltmore Way in Coral Gables, followed by successive galleries at North Ponce de Leon, Bird Road, and Wynwood. In 2014, Fredric Snitzer Gallery relocated to the Arts & Entertainment District near Downtown Miami. 

Voloshyn Gallery

Max and Julia Voloshyn founded Voloshyn Gallery in October 2016, specializing in contemporary art in a broad range of media. In 2015, the Voloshyns made it to the Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list. Voloshyn Gallery has a vibrant exhibition program, often collaborating with other institutions and independent curators, prioritizing the representation of its artists at leading international contemporary art fairs. Voloshyn Gallery has been a member of the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) since 2020.