Born in Ivano-Frankivsk region. Graduated from the Leningrad Higher Art and Industrial School named after V.I. Mukhina. Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, BG-ART union and ISSA. Vasyl has participated in Ukrainian and international symposia, in particular in Turkey, France, Israel, Croatia, and Bulgaria. The works are stored in the Ivano-Frankivsk Art Museum, the National Art Museum (Kyiv), the Museum of Modern Fine Arts (Kyiv), as well as in private collections in Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Germany, France, Austria, the USA, Canada.
Despite political and social vicissitudes, artists have always created a revolution in consciousness. One of such artists, leaders of that time, was Kazimir Malevych. His “Black Square” strongly influenced Vasyl Tatarskyi. He read many interpretations on this topic, but never found a definitive explanation. Therefore, the sculptor conducted his own research and supplemented this boundless idea with new thoughts, giving it volume.
My work is like a sign, a symbol, a section of the infinity volition.
It is when a thought, a conversation, a dialogue with yourself, an event, the same unsolved problem appears, turns up again after a certain period of time like in a parallel world, but on a different level after tens, hundreds, thousands of years.
It’s an eternal argument about philosophical matters.