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  1. „In Flux“ Exhibition, curated by Shoair Mavilian at Leonidas Kanellopoulos Cultural Centre, Eleusis, Greece (2015) credit: Dimitris Navridis

    „In Flux“ Exhibition, curated by Shoair Mavilian at Leonidas Kanellopoulos Cultural Centre, Eleusis, Greece (2015) credit: Dimitris Navridis

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      „In Flux“ Exhibition, curated by Shoair Mavilian at Leonidas Kanellopoulos Cultural Centre, Eleusis, Greece (2015) credit: Dimitris Navridis

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      "Euromaidan" installation at Chechnya Square in Kaunas during Kaunas Photo Festival, Lithuania, 2015

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      "Euromaidan" installation at Chechnya Square in Kaunas during Kaunas Photo Festival, Lithuania, 2015

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      “An Ocean of Possibilities”, Noorderlicht Photofestival, Leeuwarden, Netherlands (2014)

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      “Euromaidan”, National Museum of Art, Riga, Latvia, 2015

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      “Euromaidan”, National Museum of Art, Riga, Latvia, 2015

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      JIMEI X ARLES Festival

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      „In Flux“ Exhibition, curated by Shoair Mavilian at Leonidas Kanellopoulos Cultural Centre, Eleusis, Greece (2015) credit: Dimitris Navridis

    At the Break of Dawn (Euromaidan, 2014):

    "I couldn’t give any other answer to the situation happening in Ukraine except for this one. The feeling that I was missing something very important, which I had since the beginning of the protests in Kiev, made me come and look at the Maidan with my own eyes. This place had a unique quality – being there, you could find what you were looking for. Nationalists, or so called “banderovtsi”, making the coup d’etat attempt, or a new generation of Ukrainians, rose against the lawlessness of the government. I came to Kiev at the end of January in the period of active confrontation on Grushevskogo Street. Molotov cocktails and gas came into play and people were beaten.  I instinctively focused on documenting the situation. The photos came out to be epic and fully in tune with the revolutionary spirit of the events. 

    At Maidan I found what I was after – hundreds of thousands Ukrainian people looking for the Dawn."

    All works are vintage silver gelatin prints (lith prints) on the Soviet photographic paper Bromexpress-1 (discontinued since 1991). Print size ca.15x24 cm (Ed. 5+1 a.p.) and 50x60 cm (Ed. 4+1 a.p.).