The European Union Delegation to Ukraine invites everyone to visit the EU-supported exhibition #FacesOfConflict at the Taras Shevchenko National Museumin Kyiv.
The exhibition features portraits of people whose lives have been affected by the conflict in eastern Ukraine. The author of the artworks, Ukrainian artist Serhiy Korovaynyi, captures the fears and hopes of the few people still living in a hail of bullets in two formats: photo portraits and documentary videos.
#FacesofConflict is organised by French NGO ‘Premiere Urgence Internationale’ (PUI – Ukraine). With this project, the NGO hopes to draw attention to the conflict in Ukraine, which saw its seventh year in 2021, with still more than 3.4 million people in need of humanitarian assistance.
The exhibition is accessible for free until 20 June.
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