Monday, August 21, 2017

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Art as a Job?!

When it comes to the Arsenal, the first thing to remember is its sheer size — the place is enormous. It’s a bit of...

Odessa Tales By Boris Khersonsky

Once, at the dawn of Perestroika, I phoned the Odessa Intelligentsia. “Pronto,” – replied the familiar, slightly raspy voice. “She’s been to Naples again!” – I...

“Chervonyi” And History

“Chervonyi” tells the story of the former Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) commander Danylo Chervonyi leadership of a mutiny in a Soviet Gulag. The film by...

Photographer in Focus: Juliya Podvigina

Juliya Podvigina was born and raised in Odessa. She remembers looking at the world around her and thinking — “these moments pass and die,...

The Transformative Power Of The Primitive Imagery Of Dakha Brakha

The cult favorite Ukrainian ethno-folk group “DakhaBrakha” is definitely on the rise: in December 2016 they released their newest album “Shlyakh” (“Path”). During the...

Alfa Jazz Festival

The Alfa Jazz Festival in Lviv has become not only one of the most significant open-air events, but also one of the most important jazz events...

Filmed in Odessa:

An Odessa marked the shooting locations of hundreds of films on a city map. It was truly a titanic work and took almost ten years...

The Original Version: Cinema As It Was Meant To Be Seen

Seeing a film subtitled, without dubbing, can be a great way of learning foreign languages. And for those who are fluent in foreign speech,...

Isaak Dunayevsky: The Red Mozart Of Soviet Cinema

Summer in Odessa! The white acacia blossoms, the beach season arrives, and live music can be heard on the streets and at the seaside...

A Stray Dog Wanders Into An Office

  The photographer Gennadiy Che took part in Odessa’s Batumi Photo Days festival, but there is one exhibit he treasures for which a festival setting...
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