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About the book


Maria Prymachenko 100 is a publication that brings together under one cover a series of articles, essays, reflections, and texts on the occasion of Maria Prymachenko’s 100th birthday. It attempts to look at the work of the famous artist not through the sentimental lens she’s usually viewed with, but as an object of well-grounded scholarly investigation. The first “retrospective” part offers the most important articles published in the 1960s; part two brings together texts from contemporary Ukrainian art historians and artists, written specifically for this centennial. They include Nina Matviienko, Ihor Dychenko, and Halyna Skliarenko, among others. Artist Tyberii Silvashi and art historians Dmytro Horbachov and Liudmyla Lysenko comment on the place Prymachenko’s work occupies in contemporary art and life. Literary critic Tamara Hundorova examines the archetypes and symbols in Prymachenko’s work through the prism of psychoanalysis.


  • Cover: Paperback
  • Language: Ukrainian
  • Number of pages: 200
  • Parameters: 22 x 27 x 1,2 cm; weight: 0.8 kg
  • Year: 2009
  • Category: Artist Monograph
  • ISBN: 978-966-7845-55-1
About the authors

Oleksandr Naiden