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A Popular Dance Collective In Poltava Sustains Ukrainian Folk Traditions

The “Ltava” Honored Ensemble of Song and Dance in the northern Ukrainian city of Poltava has drawn dedicated volunteers and performers to help it...

Ukr – Fr Discuss # 1: Irena Karpa Opens A Ukrainian Art Exhibition In...

On May 26th at the Ukrainian Cultural Center in Paris, Irena Karpa, a Ukrainian-French writer and first secretary for cultural issues with the Ukrainian Embassy,...

Theater On Podil: A Controversial Facet Of The Ukrainian Architectural Revival

The newly built Podil Theater building has proven to be quite controversial with it’s modernist exterior making many observers quite unhappy. If nothing else,...

Understanding Pyotr Gansky: Not A Nice Guy, But Talented Artist

Amongst Odessa’s numerous artists, Pyotr Pavlovich Gansky remains relatively unknown. Despite the artist’s Odessa ties and his remarkable work, he has only recently received...

Ukrainian Writer Yurii Andrukhovych On Literary Translation And Beat Poetry

Yurii Andrukhovych is perhaps the most renowned prose writer, poet, essayist, and translator in contemporary Ukrainian literature. He was born in the city of...

Contemporary Art Shines Mirror To Ukrainian Society: Roma Gromov

In tandem with his artistic partner Dima Erlikh, Roma Gromov has been well known in Odessa’s art scene for quite some time. Besides creating...

Irena Karpa And Fifi Bristoche Discuss Their Collaboration In A Paris Cafe

The Odessa Review’s managing editor Regina Maryanovska-Davidzon met up with the well known Ukrainian writer Irena Karpa in a Paris Cafe. The singer and song...

An American Innocent Abroad Meets A New York Dandy In Odessa

Along with its hard-nosed skepticism, Odessa is renowned for an acerbic sense of humor, expressed most characteristically in iconic set-piece anecdotes. While most of...

Jamala: The Voice Of Ukraine

Raised on jazz, soul and the traditional songs of her Crimean Tatar people. She experienced the temptations of easy fame and betrayal. She lost...

Conclusions From DocuDays 2017: Artifacts Of The Post-Apocalypse

The 14th annual DocuDays human rights documentary film festival was held during the last week of March in Kyiv, presenting four competitive and four...
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