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    Art-book Skrinya. Rechi Sili systematizes the centuries-old traditions of Ukrainian art, enshrined in the people's lifestyle
    Art-book Skrinya. Rechi Sili systematizes the centuries-old traditions of Ukrainian art, enshrined in the people's lifestyle
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    The Ukrainian edition of the art-book appeared in 2016
    The Ukrainian edition of the art-book appeared in 2016
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    “My friend from Paris last May visited her cousin in Kyiv, where she saw this book on the shelf. She immediately fell in love with the art book, and after she showed it to me, I also fell in love with it," Mikhail Starinsky said
    “My friend from Paris last May visited her cousin in Kyiv, where she saw this book on the shelf. She immediately fell in love with the art book, and after she showed it to me, I also fell in love with it," Mikhail Starinsky said
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    The authors of the art-book Yarina Vinnitskaya, Yulia Tabenskaya and Dmitry Osipov travelled around the whole Ukraine in search of materials, and collected embroidery, ceramics, samples of paintings and other elements of Ukrainian folk art
    The authors of the art-book Yarina Vinnitskaya, Yulia Tabenskaya and Dmitry Osipov travelled around the whole Ukraine in search of materials, and collected embroidery, ceramics, samples of paintings and other elements of Ukrainian folk art
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    “For the French people it is interesting how the objects of Ukrainian folk art coexist with the modern Ukrainian culture” Mikhail Starinsky
    “For the French people it is interesting how the objects of Ukrainian folk art coexist with the modern Ukrainian culture” Mikhail Starinsky
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    “Our mission is to remove stereotypes, recode and change the disregard for Ukrainian folk art and show that this knowledge is of a completely different type, in which there is something very valuable for us,” Yarina Vinnitskaya
    “Our mission is to remove stereotypes, recode and change the disregard for Ukrainian folk art and show that this knowledge is of a completely different type, in which there is something very valuable for us,” Yarina Vinnitskaya
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    “It was difficult to arrange the material not turning the project into an encyclopedia for a narrow circle of specialists, but to make it interesting to modern readers. We tried to make it simple, accessible, interesting and modern,” Yulia Tabenskaya
    “It was difficult to arrange the material not turning the project into an encyclopedia for a narrow circle of specialists, but to make it interesting to modern readers. We tried to make it simple, accessible, interesting and modern,” Yulia Tabenskaya
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