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4/2/2024
  • OM Podcast

Special episode 1: Museum and Heritage

Museum and Heritage: Attribution and Decolonization. Case study of the Paris school

The first special episode of – part of the eponymous initiative to create an open public museum of contemporary art of Belarus – was released today on Spotify, Yandex Music, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Castbox platforms.

In a special episode of the OM podcast, we head to Paris to discuss issues of attribution and national belonging to cultural heritage with curator and researcher . We will also touch on the role of this city in the section of the history of Belarusian art on the example of male and female artists . The expert of the episode was the researcher and art critic Sasha Reizar, who will share her opinion about the state of postcoloniality and the processes of decolonization in Belarusian art.

Project partners: , , .


You can listen to the podcast on the following platforms:

Apple Podcasts

Castbox

Google Podcasts

Spotify

Yandex Music


Useful links to the episode:

1. The unexpected manifesto of Chaim Sutsin. Article by Ukrainian curator and art critic Konstantin Doroshenko.

2. Collection of Russian avant-garde and Soviet non-conformism in the Zimmerli Museum.

3. Review of Stephen Lee's book "Ethnic avant-garde. Minority cultures and world revolution".

4. Interview of Sasha Reizar from "History of a Belarusian survivor".


Credits

  • OM Podcast
    author
  • Bahdan Khmialnitski
    presenter
  • Oksana Karpovets
    respondent
  • Sasha Razor
    respondent, lecturer
  • Marc Chagall
    mentioned
  • Osip Zadkin (Ossip Zadkine)
    mentioned
  • Michel Kikoine
    mentioned
  • Haim Soutine (Chaïm Soutine)
    mentioned
  • Zarfin Faibiсh-Sсhraga
    mentioned
  • La ruche
    mentioned
  • Pinchus Kremegne
    mentioned
  • Rufina Bazlova
    mentioned
  • Ambasada Kultury
    mentioned
  • KALEKTAR
    mentioned
  • EVAa project
    mentioned