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March 12 - May 8, 2022

IN UKRAINE is an exhibition of photographs, videos, paintings and drawings, books, and news clippings that provides a larger understanding of Ukraine and its people through work made primarily by Ukrainian artists and documentarians.


IN UKRAINE is also an expression of solidarity with the Ukrainian people as they respond to a horrific invasion initiated by the Russian government that has caused untold casualties.


Visitors to the Gallery at Dobbin Mews can donate money directly in support of those in Ukraine; a list of charities providing essential support is available. Visitors can also write messages and post images of solidarity.

Works by:

Volodymyr Benedychuk
Ksenia Bilyk
Maxim Dondyuk
Irynka Hromostka
Marta Iwanek
Ira Lupu
Sasha Maslov
Justyna Mielnikiewicz
Chiara Negrello
Oksana Parafeniuk
Sylvia Plachy
Sana Shahmuradova
Elena Subach
Daria Svertilova
Zhenya Trifonova
Yelena Yemchuk
Alexey Yurenev
Books by:

Alexander Chekmenev
Maxim Dondyuk
Carolyn Drake
Stanley Greene
Sergey Kammenoy
Josef Koudelka
Vladyslav Krasnoshek
Sergey Lebedynsky
Erich Lessing
Sasha Maslov
Justyna Milnikiewicz
Boris Mikhailov
Rafal Milach
Ola Rondiak
Jérôme Sessini
Alec Soth
Donald Weber
Yelena Yemchuk
Alexey Yurenev

IN UKRAINE is co-curated by Ira Lupu and Fred Ritchin.

Exhibition committee members are András Böröcz, Carole Naggar, Eniko Imre (gallery director), Noa Rabinovich (design), and Robbin Silverberg.

IN UKRAINE is open Friday-Sunday from 2-6 pm. Plans are also being made to have similar exhibitions in other cities around the world.

We are grateful for the support of PICTO, New York, the Magnum Foundation, Cayla & Scott, the New Legacy Group, and Alma on Dobbin.




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