Salzburg Summer Academy - Witnessing Loss: Memory and Culpability, course by Leon Kahane
WHW Akademija - 4th Generation
Karpenko-Karyy National University – Film study
2021 – 2025
Kyiv Academy of Media Arts - Contemporary Art
2019 – 2021
PinchukArtCentre Prize 2022 - shortlist
Prince Claus Seed Award
Future Photo Days - shortlist
Yellow cross, Municipal gallery, Kharkiv, Ukraine.
Selected group exhibitions and screenings
Long Night, JUMP Contemporary Art Center, Poltava, Ukraine.
Behind a tree is a tree, Asortymentna Kimnata, Ivano - Frankivsk, Ukraine.
United, PinchukArtCentre, Kyiv, Ukraine.
You cannot spell discourse without disco, Galerija Nova, Zagreb, Croatia.
Battle Cry, Galerie Nord | Kunstverein Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany.
Survival Art Review XX, Pharmacy Institute of the Medical Academy, Wroclaw, Poland.
Fokus Ukraine, PROGR, Bern, Switzerland.
VIDEOCITY presents: EYE/VIEW II, e-billboard, Congress Center Basel, Switzerland.
Nachhause, Pop-Up exhibition (curated by Anastasia Khlestova), Graz, Austria.
Gotta decide today, Voloshyn Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
I don't feel [free to do] what I want, < rotor > centre for contemporary art, Graz, Austria.
Understood you, Artsvit, Dnipro, Ukraine.
Where is revolution?, KAMA Artist's Studio, Kyiv, Ukraine.
I don't feel [free to do] what I want, Municipal gallery, Kharkiv, Ukraine.
Entropia, Metaculture, Kyiv, Ukraine,
Climate Emergency Movement, Metaculture, Kyiv, Ukraine.
We are there, where we were going. A reverse look into tomorrow, Pasinger Fabrik, Munich, Germany.
How important it is to be serious, Municipal gallery, Kharkiv, Ukraine.
Я SINоптик, Cultural space AkT, Kyiv, Ukraine.
Exposure, Cultural space AkT, Kyiv, Ukraine.
Face Art - Face Future, BURSA gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
Budapest Gallery AIR, Budapest, Hungary.
KAIR, Kosice, Slovakia.
Artsvit gallery residency program, Dnipro, Ukraine.
Climate art labs, Slavsko, Ukraine.
KAVALERIDZE. RE:VISION, Kyiv, Ukraine.
FACE ART - FACE FUTURE (video - art team), Kyiv - Kharkiv, Ukraine.
Grant for support of artistic projects and research from Open Place and CEC ArtsLink
born 2001, Bila Tserkva, Ukraine. Lives and work in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Maksym Khodak’s works deal with the topics of history and the ways of documenting it; internet culture; a critical view on cinema and photography. In addition, Khodak's works react to the current political situation around him. The optic that unites these distinct topics is a critical rethinking of the existence of the Soviet legacy in the post-Soviet conditions of his country. Artist’s recent interest is to build a dialogue through art with his generation, people who were born in the 21st century, as an attempt to invent a new political language comprehensible to the youth.