Tradycja modernizmu i awangardy w ukraińskim malarstwie II połowy XX wieku
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The subject of the article is the infl uence of the Ukrainian modernism tradition and avant-garde on painting evolving in the second half of the 20th century in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. The author of this article focuses on trends that do not correspond with the aesthetics of socialist realism being developed in opposition to it. The subject of the analysis is the generation work that debuted during the “Khrushchev Thaw” (1956–1964), called the generation of the sixties or nonconformists. The fi rst term includes painters, writers, poets, cinema and theater makers, as well as social activists. The second term both narrows the fi eld of interest to visual arts and extends the timespan from the Khrushchev Thaw to Perestroika.
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