Halpen, Dan
April 2006
Travel & Leisure;Apr2006, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p170
The article features the Kazantip festival, a dissident dance party which intends to transform culture which took place every summer in Crimea, Ukraine. Its style embraces irony and paradox wherein it uses a political image to imagine a society without politics. Also included in the art article are the amenities available in the beach.


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