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Ukraine: Securing and evacuation of artworks and archives

Series: #SolidarityWithUkraine

In consequence of the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, Ukrainian artists are in danger or on the run. Historical, cultural and artistic heritage is being strategically attacked and destroyed, as evidenced by the news of the burning of the Ivankiv Museum, the attack on the Holocaust memorial "Babyn Yar" and the bombing of Peace Square in Kharkiv. From the beginning of the Russian aggression on Ukraine, initiatives and activists like Alona Karavai and Anna Potyiomkina of Асортиментна кімната in Ivano-Frankivsk have been working to save ukrainian artworks and archives

This podcast episode was produced by Labels Drawing Radio and Betriebsgelände with the support of MitOst and was originally published by Drawing Radio on March 10th 2022.

Guests:

Anna Potyiomkina - art historian, Асортиментна кімната, Ivano-Frankivsk.
Alona Karavai - cultural mangager and educational activist, Асортиментна кімната, Ivano-Frankivsk
Masha Kashyna - musician, sound artist, activist, Keller Drei, Hanover, Germany

Moderators & editors:

Jeannette Brabenetz - art historian and curator, Chemnitz/Berlin
Frank Diersch - artist, Berlin/Woltersdorf

English version with german overvoice.

Listen to the conversation here:

Disciplines

Art history Cultural studies

Topics

#SolidarityWithUkraine Russia-Ukraine war
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