Ukrainian artists are pressured by their international peers who still entertain the naive idea that the purpose of culture is reconciliation.
They have to push back against these initiatives, but walk a tightrope as they need to nevertheless keep Western attention, says Kyiv-born curator and art historian Kateryna Botanova, who is also a recurring Eurozine author.
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read Kateryna Botanova’s articles in Eurozineincluding the two she discusses in this episode:
Defined by silence
The Ukrainian art that was destroyed – and the art that never happened
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