KFOS opening of Exhibition “Ukraine: A War Crime”

🎨 Exhibition Opening: 7:00 PM

Discover the heart-wrenching reality of the conflict in Ukraine at the opening of “UKRAINE: A WAR CRIME” exhibition. Join us as we showcase the powerful work of 93 photojournalists from around the globe, offering a poignant testament to the ongoing struggle.

The exhibition is derived from the book of the same name published by FotoEvidence, which includes over 360 compelling photographs and witness accounts, shedding light on the Russian invasion. These brave photojournalists risk their lives to capture the harrowing truths of war, providing a rare glimpse into the human cost of conflict. (link to book: https://tinyurl.com/5adc9sej)

As part of the opening, engage in a thought-provoking panel discussion with curator Svetlana Bachevanova and esteemed New York Times photographer Brendan Hoffman on April 30, 18:00 at Kino Armata.

Following the discussion, immerse yourself in the gripping narrative of “20 Days in Mariupol,” an Oscar-winning documentary highlighting the struggles of Ukrainian journalists amidst the siege.

This exhibition, presented by FotoEvidence and supported by Open Society Foundations – Western Balkans, is not only a reflection of past events but also a beacon of hope for dialogue, empathy, and support for Ukraine’s pursuit of justice and healing. Join us in solidarity.
#UkraineAWarCrime

 

🏛️ Exhibition Schedule (April 29th – May 17th):
Monday to Friday
⏰ 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM

 

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