Ukraine: Photographs from the Frontline
Explore photography by internationally renowned photojournalist Anastasia Taylor-Lind, taken during her time in Ukraine between 2014-2022, documenting the devastating reality of living through conflict.
The invasion of Ukraine by Russia in 2022 shocked the world. Yet for those living in Donbas and Crimea, the harsh reality of war has loomed since 2014, foreboding a conflict which has become one of Europe’s most devastating since the Second World War. Its impact on the everyday lives of Ukrainian civilians is the subject of this new photography exhibition.
The exhibition will include Ukrainian language translations of the exhibition text and image captions, part of a museum-wide initiative to reach a broader audience and engage directly with the UK’s Ukrainian community.
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