Ukraine Print Sale
‘Ukraine Now’, a real-time exhibition which draws on work created by 16 Ukrainian artists, juxtaposing images from before the Russian invasion with arresting photographs documenting today’s devastation.
The exhibition, supported by Photofusion and regularly updated with new images from photographers on the ground in Ukraine, is curated by Kateryna Radchenko from her home country. The work, digitally displayed in creative agency Wieden + Kennedy London’s public-facing Hanbury Street gallery, will be on view to the public from May 2022.
You can purchase these two prints from the exhibition from us where all proceeds will go towards the Ukrainian Charity Foundation The Depths of Art.
The Thin Line curated by Kateryna Radchenko will be displayed within Photofusion gallery within the month of August 2022.
Photofusion Print 1 – open edition
By artist Serhii Nuzhnenko
Photofusion Print 2 – open edition
By artist Volodymyr Petrov
Artist website: www.volodimirpetrov.com.ua
“It’s important to show what is happening in Ukraine now,” says Kateryna. “Yes, there are many international journalists in Ukraine, covering the events daily. However, there is a big difference between pictures taken by journalists, temporarily visiting, and photographers shooting in their home cities and towns. The latter know the context and have no opportunity to go back home to a safe place after completing their assignment.”
Kateryna’s intention is unequivocal: “We must tell our story to prevent it from happening ever again, or being silenced.”
The project is raising much needed funds for the Ukrainian Charity Foundation The Depths of Art, which is supporting those working in art, music, theater, literature and cultural studies. Visitors can donate via a dedicated JustGiving page or can buy limited edition prints via Photofusion.
The 16 featured artists are Yurko Dyachyshyn, Andriy Lomakin, Volodymyr Petrov, Stas Yurchenko, Mickhail Palinchak, Elena Subach, Serhii Nuzhnenko, Viacheslav Ratynki, Yulia Chervinska, Oleksandr Navrotskyi, Alina Smutko, Sirhiy Hudak, Shilo Group, Pavel Dorogoy, Igor Efimof and Kateryna Moskalyuk.