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Art of Ukraine: 'The Art of a Nation'

We will consider how international popularised styles in the late 19 & 20th Centuries were used to define the characteristics of a Nation. more info below

Art of Ukraine: 'The Art of a Nation'
Art of Ukraine: 'The Art of a Nation'

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About the Event

In this lecture we will be examining artists who worked within the geographical boundaries and political framework of the Soviet Union but whose art undeniably reflects the cultural traditions and aspirations of Ukraine as a state in and of itself.

Delivered by Freddie Heacock-Barber, a postgraduate alumnus of The Courtauld Institute of Art, where he specialised in Modern British painting and sculpture.

Since 2017, a developing research interest the Soviet Union led him to study Russian and subsequently

Ukrainian languages. After his last lecture series for Art Historical London on Soviet Realism Vs British

Realism, he travelled to Ukraine in January and February 2022 and now returns to present a three-part

survey course on 'The Art of Ukraine':

Previous lecture in this series: 'At The Crossroads'

At the intersection of the Byzantine Empire, the Austro-Hungarian Empire and

the Soviet Union, to name just a few, the country that we now call Ukraine has been subject to an

astoundingly diverse range of visual influences since Kyiv was founded in 482AD. In this first lecture we

will identify the religious, cultural and geographical peculiarities of Ukraine that would set the scene for

the unique artistic expressions that would develop alongside the unshakable identity of the people we

have become so familiar with over the last year

Next week Monday 13/2/23: 'The Art of Resistance'

In the final lecture of this series we will be examining contemporary artists and

their responses to the second Russian invasion on the 24th February 2022. In addition to the

conventional mediums of art, we will be examining the role of digital art and mass media as artistic tool

in the fight against tyranny and oppression.

Please note that once you pay you will get an email confirming your payment. This email will also contain a link and password for the recorded  lecture. 

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