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“Babyn Yar: History And Memory”: A Book About More Than The Past

The book “Babyn Yar: History and Memory” appeared just before the 75th anniversary of the tragedy that took place in Babyn Yar during the...

Four Ideas for a Weekend Trip to Chernihiv Region

For me tourism has always been a wonderful tool for broadening my horizon and filling in my mental world map. It is always...

A Conversation With Film Critic Alik Shpilyuk

Listing every role that Alik Shpilyuk has played as an observer of the history of the Ukrainian cinema industry would be a near impossible...

April 28, Odessa. “Anatomy” Exhibition

Odessa Art Museum's new exhibition program opens April 28 by the exhibition "Anatomy" by the famous contemporary Ukrainian artist Vladimir Ralko. For the first...

The Constant Surfer

In New York you're always from somewhere else. When people ask me my provenance, I tell them I'm from the South. The South of...

“FreierFest” As A Contemporary Art Festival

The “FreierFest” festival was just that — a true festival consisting of six exhibitions, multiple lectures (mostly by Kyiv representatives, but also notable foreign...

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...

Remembering Babyn Yar: A 1966 Speech And 50 Years Later

The official 75th anniversary commemorations of the Nazi massacres that took place at the Babyn Yar ravine in Kyiv will take place in the...

Australia’s Aboriginal Art: A Human Rights Puzzle

The ongoing revival of aboriginal art in Australia is emblematic of the nation’s complex history, and the often fraught relationship between Australia’s settlers and...

Simon Sebag Montefiore's Ode to Charms of Odessa

Globally acclaimed historian and author Simon Sebag Montefiore is convinced that Odessa is unlike any other city. About the author: Simon Sebag Montefiore is a...