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Author Exhibition team Director: Ulrike Groos Curators: Kateryna Semenyuk, Oksana Dovgopolova, Anne Vieth Artists: Otto Dix, Katya Buchatska, Maksym Ivanov, Viktor Konstantinov, Andrii Rachynskyi, Daniil Revkovskyi, Andrii Sahaidakovskyi, Denys Salivanov, Kse
Translator from Ukrainian into German: Viktoriia-Anna Oliinyk, from Ukrainian into English: Iryna Kurhanska
Design Ostap Yashchuk
Publisher IST Publishing
Publication date 2024
Print length 76
Illustrations Photo
ISBN 978-617-7948-40-6
Language Ukrainian, German, English
Reading age 16+
Cover Paperback
Category Contemporary literature in the Ukrainian translation

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The publication tells about the exhibition ‘From 1914 till Ukraine’, which took place at the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart in Germany in 2023, a year after the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. The exhibition brought together the artworks of the twentieth-century German painter and graphic artist Otto Dix, who participated in the First and Second World Wars, and ten Ukrainian artists who are living through the Russia-Ukraine war.

The publication is not a classic exhibition catalogue; the curatorial texts and artworks presented here are more about capturing the joint search for connections between different experiences and the search for answers to questions about the European future. The exhibition was the result of a partnership between the Ukrainian memory culture platform Past / Future / Art and the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart. The project was implemented with the support of ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) and the Rave Stiftung. The publication was implemented within the scope of Vidnova Fellowship programme.


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