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Exhibition "Odesa: The Long 20th Century in Art"
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The history of art in Odesa in the 20th century is a story of constant evolution, the search for national identity, composed of moments of triumph and trial, culminating in war, but also with hope for reconstruction and continuation of the creative heritage. It is presented in the latest exhibition of the International Cultural Center in Krakow.

Art in Odesa has always reflected the cultural richness, diverse influences and turbulent events that shaped the history of this region in the 20th century. Today, the city is on the front line, and most artistic initiatives were brutally interrupted by the outbreak of a full-scale war in 2022, which resulted in the destruction of many architectural monuments and works of art.

Exhibition "Odesa. The Long 20th Century in Art” presents works that talk about national identity and the role of art in the current war, as well as the arduous process of building the artistic canon and the spread of European art to the ends of the continent throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Through the prism of various nationalities and cultures, it presents history entire southern Ukraine.

The exhibition will be presented at the ICC Gallery from May 17 to September 1, 2024. It will be accompanied by a program of events, including meetings and debates on Ukrainian art, literature and languages and an open vernissage on May 16.

The exhibition contains content that may be inappropriate for minors or highly sensitive people.


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Agata Wąsowska-Pawlik, Łukasz Galusek

 

Concept for the exhibition

Yuliia Berdiiarova

 

Curators

Yuliia Berdiiarova,  Żanna Komar, Valeriia Pliekhotko

 

Specialist consultation

Oleksandr Babych, Oksana Barshynova, Anna Łazar, Beata Nykiel, Vita Susak

 

Exhibition design

Magdalena Paleczna

 

Coordination

Karolina Wójcik, Tetiana Tokarchuk

 

English translation 

Jessica Taylor-Kucia

 

Polish editing and proofreading 

Paulina Sweet

 

Installation

Emanuel Mróz, Jakub Wójtowicz

 

Lighting

Mariusz Gąsior, Michał Warmusz

 

Visual identity

Parastudio

 

Audiodescription

Mariusz Gąsior, Michał Warmusz

 

Polish sign language guide

Jakub Studziński

 

Recording and sound editing of Polish sign language guide

Dawid Halota

 

Cooperation

MCK: Joanna Biegacz, Jerzy Cierniak, Ewa Czarnecka, Marzena Daszewska, Magdalena Grabias, Joanna Hojda-Pepaś, Agata Klejzerowicz, Dorota Korohoda, Daniel Krawczyk, Mateusz Lepucki, Paulina Małochleb, Paulina Orłowska-Bańdo, Łukasz Pieróg, Anna Sawłowicz, Klaudia Słupek, Magdalena Spyrka, Magdalena Ślósarz, OFAM: Olena Bukatar, Oleksandra Kovalchuk, Kateryna Kulai, Anastasia Levchenko, Galyna Simchenko, Tetiana Tokarchuk, Hanna Uslista

 

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With the financial support of

 
Project co-financed by the City of Krakow 

 

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Accessibility

We want our exhibitions to be accessible to everyone. We encourage you to read about what we have prepared for people with disabilities.
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Guided tours of the exhibition

We invite you for a guided tour of the exhibition "Odesa. The Long 20th Century in Art" at the International Cultural Center in Krakow!
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Meetings

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Album

Album accompanying the exhibition "Odesa. "The Long 20th Century in Art" tells about the history, art and identity of the city - the pearl of the Black Sea from the 19th to the 21st century, and notes all the most important political and artistic breakthroughs.
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