Art in a Time of War
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Russia’s war in Ukraine has resulted in untold suffering and destruction. For Ukrainian artists it has been just another stage of Russia’s long-standing campaign to steal what it could of Ukrainian art and culture and eradicate the rest.

Working with my friend Paul Bargetto and our guest curator Viktor Ruban we have created a series of interviews with Ukrainian artists and curators who have been working under the most impossible circumstances to keep creating and to preserve Ukrainian heritage.