When Ukraine is asked today, what it can give to Europe, it doesn’t have to go far: it had once given Ukrainian avant-garde to the world. The task today is to win it back from being associated with the Russian culture by clearly identifying where it actually comes from.
Volodymyr Tatlin and his place in the Malevich’s circle in Kyiv
|3 March, 2017||Culture|
The life and inspiration of Oleksandra Ekster
|23 August, 2016||History|
The 1920s’ Avant-garde school of artists was ultimately destroyed as class enemies—for hooliganism and pornography
|24 November, 2013||Culture|
Contemporary art from young Ukrainians and a history of escape from the 20th-century avant-garde Odesa-based painters