Life echoes art for Ukraine’s Eurovision refugee

Life echoes art for Ukraine’s Eurovision refugee

ISTANBUL, March 18 (Reuters) – Six years ago Ukrainian singer Jamala conquered Europe with a song about Soviet leader Joseph Stalin’s deportation of millions of thousands of people from her Black Sea homeland of Crimea in World War Two. “When strangers are coming, they come to your house. They kill you all and say ‘We’re … Read more

Ukraine’s best loved artist: ‘Once again a symbol of survival in the midst of a dictator’s war’ | art and design

ATt the 1937 International Exposition in Paris, two colossal pavilions faced each other down. One was Hitler’s Germany, crowned with a Nazi eagle. The other was Stalin’s Soviet Union, crowned with a statue of a worker and a peasant holding hands. It was a symbolic clash at a moment when right and left were fighting … Read more