On 9 September 2021 Asters jointly with the U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC) held a reception within its ArtAsters project presenting the solo exhibition of Ukrainian artist Inna Pantelemonova.
Born in Odesa in 1977, Inna Pantelemonova is one of the brightest representatives of a new generation of the Ukrainian visual art. She is a member of the Ukraine's National Union of Artists with a record of dozens exhibitions in Ukraine and abroad. Prior to ArtAsters, her "Senses" were successfully exhibited at the Taras Shevchenko National Museum in Kyiv.
"We are happy to go on with ArtAsters after an 18-months break due to the COVID-19 pandemic by exhibiting an exquisite set of artworks created by a very special artist, who works with different techniques, genre diversity and multidimensional allegoric storyline. All the art-pieces of this exhibition are united by the universal senses of femininity and Ukrainian ethno-cultural code. They are not only beautiful but also thought provoking as the gender-related issues remain to be broadly discussed worldwide requiring new solutions." - comments Asters' Senior Partner Armen Khachaturyan.
USUBC's President Morgan Williams indicates that "USUBC is proud to have supported the ArtAsters program for more than 12 years. During all these years ArtAsters/USUBC art exhibitions have presented Ukrainian culture to USUBC members and to the broader business community with the utmost goal of showing Ukrainian art in all of its diversity. Inna Pantelemonova's Senses is a superb example of implementation of this noble mission.”
The event was traditionally held in the Asters' office with over one hundred attending guests, including business managers, governmental officers, journalists, diplomats, and public figures.