EXHIBITING MODERNISM IN UKRAINE

Authors

  • Robert K. Huber
  • Ben Buschfeld

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Abstract

The Triennial of Modernism originated in 2013 from a cooperation between Berlin, Dessau and Weimar in Germany. Since then, the cultural, architectural and intellectual heritage of the epoch has been brought into the focus of the general public every three years, so far in 2013, 2016, 2019, and in 2022. The festival grew as a bottom-up and cross-sectoral network, with rising partnerships in Germany and abroad—projected to become a European Triennial of Modernism. A cross-city motto is determined in advance, which can also take into account special anniversaries or theme years. In 2022, a special focus takes a closer look at the roots and the heritage of Modernism in Ukraine, for a trans-European consideration of historical references and protagonists.

How to Cite

Huber, R. K., & Buschfeld, B. (2022). EXHIBITING MODERNISM IN UKRAINE. Docomomo Journal, (67). Retrieved from https://docomomojournal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/555

Published

2022-12-12