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AVANT-GARDE: MALEVICH, KASIMIR: "THE RUNNING MAN" OR "PEASANT BETWEEN CROSS AND SWORD"

An Indictment of the Great Famine in Ukraine 1932-1933

May 30, 2007

An Indictment of the Great Famine in Ukraine 1932-1933
Ukrainian Artist Kasimir Malevich,
oil on canvas, 1932 or 1933-1934
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In the search by www.ArtUkraine.com Information Service for artwork related to the crimes of communism against Ukraine and especially the genocidal famine in Soviet Ukraine during  1932-1933 we are very interested in what  some authorities say about the  famous painting by the world renowned Ukrainian  artist Kasimir Malevich [Kazymyr Malevych] [Kasimir Malevitch]  given the name "The Running Man", or "Peasant Between Cross and Sword."

 

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AN APOLOGY THAT IS LONG OVERDUE THE PAPER OF RECORDS

June 17, 2005

by Andrew Stuttaford
(The New York Times)
National Review Online
May 15, 2001

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MACE: WE SHALL REMEMBER YOU, JAMES!

Professor, Historian, Author, Journalist: James E. Mace (1952-2004)

January 15, 2005

The Day Weekly Digest in English
Kyiv, Ukraine, May 2004

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Five comments about James E. Mace...

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PROF. JAMES MACE: THE KNIGHT OF TRUTH ABOUT UKRAINE

Pioneering Researcher of the Holodomor Manmade Famine

January 5, 2005

COMMENTARY: The Day Weekly Digest in English
Kyiv, Ukraine, May 11, 2004

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Last Thursday, our esteemed colleague, pioneering researcher of the Holodomor Manmade Famine, prominent scholar and publicist Prof. James Mace, was laid to rest at the Baikove Cemetery...

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KOBZAR BY TARAS SHEVCHENKO

The Collectivization - Holodomor Kobzar?

November 29, 2004

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Illustrations and quotations focus on Stalin's crimes, not tsarist Russia. Illustrations by Vasyl Sedliar, edited by Andriyl Richytsky, 1931 and 1933 second edition. Publisher: Literatura i Mystetstvo, Kharkiv and Kyiv, Ukraine.
Andriy Richytsky and Vasyl Sedliar were both murdered by the Soviet secret police. Richytsky in 1934 and Sedliar in 1937.

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IMAGES AND EVOCATIONS OF THE HOLODOMOR-GENOCIDE IN UKRAINIAN ART

by Daria Darewych, York University

October 13, 2004

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
"HOLODOMOR: THE UKRAINIAN GENOCIDE 1932-1933"
Holodomor 70th Anniversary Commemorative Edition
Canadian-American Slavic Studies Journal
Charles Schlacks, Jr, Pyblisher

".... they pervert our socialist reality, give a false image of the Soviet people, have no artistic or museum value, and, as works created by the enemies of people should be destroyed." (Archive of the National Art Museum of Ukraine, file 7/141, 1937-1941, from the document of September 8, 1937, as quoted by Svetlana Ryabycheva, in "Spetsfond", in "The Phenomenon of the Ukrainian Avant-garde 1910-1935" [Winnipeg: Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2001, p.31]....

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MACE: WE HAVE LOST A TRUE ALLY!

PROF. JAMES MACE, a brilliant US scholar and a selflessly dedicated friend of Ukriane

May 11, 2004

By Larysa Ivshyna, Editor-in-Chief, The Day,
The Day Weekly Digest in English,
Kyiv, Ukraine


Last year, I visited Geneva and explored the Red Cross Museum. I was impressed by its spacious exhibition halls and by

their fundamental approach; I saw long mural lists of names, with the names of victims of major calamities and military

conflicts included if numbering at least a thousand, specifying the date and the place in a given country...

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UKRAINE 1933: A COOKBOOK

The food they were forced to eat in order to survive the Holodomor

January 10, 2004

Linocuts by graphic artist Mykola Bondarenko, Ukraine
Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA
South Bound Brook, New Jersey
Fall, 2003

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South Bound Brook, New Jersey...
The Consistory of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA, Constantine, Metropolitan, has just opened a special, unique exhibition of over 80 lithographs and published a special exhibition catalogue in remembrance of the millions of Ukrainians who perished during the Great Famine - Holodomor in Ukraine 1932-1933...

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"THE EARTH" (ZEMLIIA) BY BOHDAN PEVNY

A LITTLE ABOUT MYSELF

September 9, 2001

By Bohdan Pevney, Artist
New York, New York
Fall of 2001

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Dedicated to the memory of the 1933 Famine in Ukraine...

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TRAGEDY AND HOPE OF THE NATION

Through the Eyes of Ukranian Artists

December 24, 2000

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    WHAT:  A major art exhibition of over 500 items
    WHEN:  From Thursday, December 7 to Sunday, December 24, 2000;  10am - 7pm every day
    WHERE:  Kyiv City Teachers' House, 57 Volodymyrska Street, Kyiv, Ukraine
    SPONSORS:  Larysa Melnyk, Director, Kyiv City Teachers' House;
                        Levko Lukyanenko, Chairman, Association of Famines Researchers in Ukraine;
                        Yevhen Proniuk, Chairman, Ukrainian Association of Politi
cal Prisoners and the Repressed
                       

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