Photo courtesy of the Ukrainian History and Education Center
Repository: Ukrainian History and Education Center
Event Title: Depicting Genocide: 20th Century Responses to the Holodomor
Event Type: Virtual/In-Person Exhibition
Event Location: 135 Davidson Ave. Somerset, NJ 08873
Event Date: Ongoing
Event Time: 9:00 AM — 5:00 PM
The Holodomor was an artificial famine orchestrated by Stalin regime in 1932 and 1933 that was targeted at Soviet Ukraine and other areas with historic ethnic Ukrainian populations. Despite the millions of people who perished, the Holodomor has not been a part of public consciousness in the United States, especially when compared to the Holocaust and the Armenian, Cambodian, Bosnian, or Rwandan genocides. This is not an accident: it is due in good measure to efforts at denial and erasure by the Soviet Union, Russia, and their apologists.
Timed to commemorate the 90th anniversary of this tragic event, this exhibition explores some of the ways in which the Holodomor was depicted during the 20th century, particularly though art. The exhibition consists of an in-person installation at the UHEC Library Gallery in Somerset, NJ, as well as a full-scale online version accessible at scalar.UkrHEC.org/depicting-genocide.
Please contact Michael Andrec at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or for more information.