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love, myth, nature, socialism
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Written and spoken word (novel, tale)
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The works of the writer Chingiz Aitmatov, born in Sheker (Kyrghistan) in 1928, are characterised by the tensions and contradictions that lie between tradition and the modern age between Kyrghisian myths, tribal culture and the new social system, between shamanism and industrialisation. Aitmatov...

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Tschingis Aitmatow

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children & youth, everyday life, history, people, socialism
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Visual Arts (photography)
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Raúl Cañibano Ercilla is based in Havana as an advertising photographer. Born in 1961, his work focuses on people and demonstrates the vitality of modern-day Cuban photography. He has exhibited world-wide and won a major prize in Cuba for a project on the life of rural workers.

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Raúl Cañibano Ercilla

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everyday life, socialism
genre (subgenre):
Film (comedy, documentary, feature film, grotesque)
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Born in Havana on Cuba in 1928, Tomas Gutierrez Alea influenced Cuban film-making more than anyone else. All his 29 films focus on the paradoxes of life on Cuba, and his great international successes include ´Strawberry and Chocolate´ (1993) and ´Guantanamera´ (1995). He died in 1996.

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Alltag, Sozialismus
Genre (Subgenres):
Film (Dokumentarfilm, Groteske, Komödie, Spielfilm)

Tomas Gutierrez Alea wurde am 11. Dezember 1928 in Havanna geboren und begann in den vierziger Jahren als Amateurfilmer. Eine professionelle Ausbildung holte er in Rom nach. 1951 gründete er zusammen mit Santiago Alvarez u.a. im Untergrund die illegale Kulturgesellschaft "Nuestro...

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Tomas Gutierrez Alea

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children & youth, everyday life, history, people, revolution, socialism
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Visual Arts (photography)
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Cristobal Herrera Ulashkevich is a Cuban photographer based in Havana. Born in the 1970s, his black and white images featuring iconography of the revolution, everyday life and people demonstrate the continuing vitality of the contemporary Cuban photographic scene.

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democracy, everyday life, history, people, socialism
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Film (documentary, short film)
Visual Arts (object, photography, text, video art)
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Kristina Leko is a prolific artist, working with objects, photography, text, video art, documentaries and short films. Her practice displays a firm belief in the power of art to effect change and a deep commitment to its democratisation. "Art has to have real consequences and I measure the...

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children & youth, everyday life, history, people, socialism
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José Julián Marti Montero was born in Havana in 1953. His father, an artist and photographer, inspired his interest in photography. In 1968, he began his career under the auspices of the celebrated Cuban photographer Alberto Korda whose theoretical and practical advice has had a...

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José Marti

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children & youth, everyday life, family, history, home, identity, living, people, socialism, tradition, values, women, Women´s issues, youth
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (mixed media, painting, sculpture)
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Kate Naluyele was born in 1976. She currently lives and works in Lusaka, Zambia. She has exhibited throughout her home country where she has had numerous awards including winner of the Ngoma Award for Most Outstanding Female artist in Zambia in 1999 and finalist in the Julia Malunga award for the...

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Kate Naluyele

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anti-Semitism, borderline experience, capitalism, democracy, dictatorship, everyday life, family, history, holocaust, homeland, identity, industrialisation, language, marginalisation, memory, myth, oral tradition, people, perception, revolution, socialism
genre (subgenre):
Film (documentary, historical film, political film, video)
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Deimantas Narkevicius was born in 1964 in Lithuania and lives and works in Vilnius. He works in film and video taking a subjective and contemporary view of history. He has gained recognition at the highest level within the international art scene and represented his country at the 49th Venice...

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Deimantas Narkevicius