As antecedents, the gamut runs along the lines of emblematic creators close to their niche, from Malevich's head-on complex in their simplicity geometrical peasant series, to Asger Jorn's COBRA principles of process over product, a denuded kind of 'action painting' incorporating at will Tachism's figure-ground abstraction, popular on both ends of the ocean, where our educated artists acquired their training and influences, circumstantially or by osmosis. Each artist will have a single black hued room/space in the gallery to portray their recent, poignant wares and give free visual reign to their present day motivations. A central, unifying gallery space will act as common ground where the curator will orchestrate both artists' works into a deliberate, if difficult, cohesive expression, essential—is the hope—for the visitor to unload the loaded visual puzzle and decipher the message contained in this sublime, testing exhibition unfolding in the evolving land of the artists' love, dreams and desires, a new Ukraine. In this challenging curatorial quest I will not repeat performance, concentrating instead in making a clearly readable, less-is-more personalized approach to make 'OF EVOCATION AND RESEMBLANCE' a coherent, dynamic show with two heart beats. I will pursue items of identity though acts of evocation and eponymous resemblance—away from nostalgia, and sentimentality—concentrating solely upon the visually patent, essential characteristics contained in our highly evocative artworks where 'resemblance' (a degree, kind, or point of likeness) pertains more to the realm of the unknown, the artist's most recent digs providing the viewer with an ultimate interrogation, steering clear of artworks that remind/resemble the obvious.