Ewa Sułek

Ewa Sułek is an art historian, curator, writer, and a Fulbright Fellow at the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute. She is the author of the book Chłopak z pianinem. O sztuce i wojnie na Ukrainie (The Boy with the Piano: On Art and War in Ukraine), as well as award-winning short stories and dramas. She is the recipient of the Fulbright Junior Research Award at Harvard University, a “Young Poland” National Centre for Culture scholarship in the field of visual arts, a ZAiKS scholarship in the field of literature, and an IAFOR (The International Academic Forum) academic scholarship. Together with Paweł Zaręba, she founded and runs the Lescer Art Center in Zalesie Górne, near Warsaw, Poland (lescer.org). Her new book, the drama Animals Who Ate Their Humans, was just published in Polish and Ukrainian.


post presents: Art, Resistance, and New Narratives in Response to the War in Ukraine

On the evening of October 12, 2022, post presents hosted presentations and conversations with artists, scholars, and curators about the artistic responses to the war in Ukraine, looking at the period between the Maidan Revolution, which was followed by Russia’s annexation of Crimea and occupation of Donbas in 2014, and the full-scale Russian invasion launched on February 24, 2022. This conversation is a continuation of the presentations and conversations commenced that evening.